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Myles Kennedy joins Kings of Chaos in SA

2013-05-15 15:22
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Cape Town – Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach will be replaced by Myles Kennedy from Alter Bridge for the Kings of Chaos concerts in South Africa, it was announced on Tuesday.

Rock legends supergroup Kings of Chaos is performing in Cape Town on 7 and 8 June at the Grand West Grand Arena, and at the Sun City Superbowl, North West, on 15 and 16 June.

Known for his vocal, guitar playing and song writing abilities, Myles Kennedy is best known for his work with rock band Alter Bridge, as well as being the lead vocalist in guitarist Slash's solo project, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. 

When Guns n Roses were inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2012, Myles Kennedy was chosen as the vocalist to front the band in the live performance on the night. He is currently at work on the fourth upcoming and untitled Alter Bridge album, as well as his first ever solo album. 

Rock anthems

Kings of Chaos consists of Guns N' Roses rock stars Slash, Matt Sorum, Gilby Clarke and Duff "Rose" McKagan as well as Def Leppard's Joe Elliot and Vivian Campbell, Deep Purple and Black Country Communion's Glenn Hughes and Collective Soul's Ed Roland.

Collectively, these artists have sold in excess of 300 million albums worldwide and together they have penned many of the most defining rock anthems of all time.

Kings of Chaos will perform some of their greatest hit songs in a two-hour display of frenzied guitar riffs, pounding drums, resonating bass and trademark raspy vocals.

Tickets for Cape Town are priced from R445 and R375 for Sun City and are available at Computicket.

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