Well, this is good news to me when it comes to their live sets for their upcoming shows.
Speaking of Guns N' Roses, he's decided not to play as much of their material in his solo sets — Slash has been repeatedly scratched the itch to play those songs over the last two years with GN'R. We posited that this tour could represent the true arrival of the solo band. "I actually hadn't thought of it like that," he said, "but we've got three albums worth of material so we're going to be focusing primarily focusing on that. There might be one or two Guns songs and a Velvet Revolver song and a [Slash's] Snakepit song, but it's not going to be a major part of the set as it was from 2010 up until 2015."
They got three albums (going to be four) of good songs to compose a set from and they'll make it work well and give a great show. I still won't go to the Hollywood Palladium show though. Tickets are almost $60.00 fees included. I paid that much for Breaking Benjamin's acoustic show and that was the 2nd best show I have ever been to. I saw Myles with only an acoustic guitar and a resonator for half of that price this year and that was the best show I have ever been to. I just don't think, for me, the enjoyment I may have is going to worth the price I may spend. Maybe, if I find some sort of deal for around $40 or less at the last minute, I could bite, but this is a Slash headlining show in LA in a suitable venue (about 3,500 people). It's going to sell well and it's going to be packed, even if the GNR song selections are going to be lowered, thankfully.