Slash from Guns N’ Roses: Keeping healthy is the new rock ‘n’ roll

American guitarist Slash prefers to stay in his hotel room when Guns N' Roses are on tour. PHOTO: TEG DAINTY/G.H.Y CULTURE & MEDIA
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SINGAPORE – American rock icons Guns N’ Roses embodied the hard-partying lifestyle when they started out in the 1980s.

Nowadays, the key to rocking out is clean living and taking care of their health, guitarist Slash tells The Straits Times in a recent interview.

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