SLASH Performs THE ROLLING STONES Classic With GHOST HOUNDS; Video Available

Video footage of Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) performing THE ROLLING STONES classic "Gimme Shelter" with GHOST HOUNDS on November 25, 2009 at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California can be viewed below (courtesy of Christy Borgman).

Based in Los Angeles, GHOST HOUNDS "stirs up old-school rock 'n' roll with a taste of soul to cook up a new musical brew all its own," according to the band's official bio. "The rawness of THE ROLLING STONES, the indelible hooks of OTIS REDDING, and the stomp and shake of IKE AND TINA TURNER instantly come to mind when talking about the party that is GHOST HOUNDS."

GHOST HOUNDS' debut album was produced and recorded by the legendary team of Nile Rodgers (CHIC, DAVID BOWIE, DURAN DURAN, MADONNA) and Bob Clearmountain (THE ROLLING STONES, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, ROXY MUSIC).


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