Slash talks on Alice Cooper's radio show about Guns and Roses RRHOF induction.
Written by Shockwave Staff    Thursday, 12 April 2012 15:29    PDF Print E-mail
Nights with Alice Cooper to Feature Iconic Guitarist Slash on April 12th Broadcast
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New York, NY – April 12, 2012 – United Stations Radio Networks, Inc. (“USRN”) and Nights with Alice Cooper (“NWAC”) today announced that former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash will be this evening’s interview guest on NWAC. The interview was conducted only days before GN’R frontman Axl Rose’s refusal to be inducted into the Rock Hall. 2011 Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Alice Cooper and Slash, who have guested on each other’s musical projects over the years, including a performance of “School’s Out” at last night’s Revolver Golden God awards, will discuss Slash’s new Apocalyptic Love CD, his upcoming film projects, and of course, this weekend’s controversial Rock Hall induction ceremony.
During the candid conversation, Slash shares his true thoughts about the meaning of his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and discusses his feelings about GN’R playing live—or not—at this weekend’s ceremony.  The ex GN’R guitarist also touches on what makes ex-Alter Bridge singer Myles Kennedy different than Axl Rose and Scott Weiland, Slash’s former bandmates.  The Slash and Alice dialogue can be heard on Alice’s over 100 global affiliates, a list of which is available here:
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Previous NWAC guests include AC/DC’s Brian Johnson, Jeff Beck, Steve Miller, Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson, Ronnie James Dio, Bob Seger, Ozzy Osbourne, Peter Frampton, and Alice’s upcoming tour mate, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson.  Nights with Alice Cooper is produced by Katherine Turman for United Stations and distributed via satellite six nights per week by that network.   Alice anchors 30 original hours per week of Classic Rock programming and his time slot reaches 1.1 million listeners (12+) each week, and his affiliates have a weekly reach of over 6 millions listeners.
United Stations Radio Networks, Inc. is the leading independently owned and operated radio network in the U.S.  The company maintains offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington and Nashville and services programming to over 5,000 rated radio stations across the country in every major format. Nights with Alice Cooper is one of many rock radio programs offered by USRN, with others including, The House of Hair with Dee Snider, Racing Rocks with Riki Rachtman and Carol Miller’s Get the Led Out. The New York-based company was founded in 1994 by radio pioneers Dick Clark and Nick Verbitsky.