FREHLEY, ZOMBIE, SLASH, LEE, CLARKE, IAN Perform 'God Of Thunder': Video Available
A video clip of the all-star band consisting of original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley, ex-GUNS N' ROSES axeman Gilby Clarke, Rob Zombie (vocals), Slash (guitar; VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES), Tommy Lee (drums; MÖTLEY CRÜE), and Scott Ian (bass — yes, bass; ANTHRAX) performing the KISS classic "God of Thunder" as a tribute to KISS at the first annual "VH1 Rock Honors" has been posted online at YouTube.com.
"VH1 Rock Honors" is the first-ever show to pay homage to the legends who influenced the sound of hard rock. This year's celebration honors the music and influence of JUDAS PRIEST, KISS, QUEEN and DEF LEPPARD.
"VH1 Rock Honors" was taped May 25, 2006 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and includes performances by all of the honorees as well as additional tribute performances by GODSMACK (who are paying tribute to JUDAS PRIEST), FOO FIGHTERS (QUEEN) and THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS (DEF LEPPARD).
For more information on "VH1 Rock Honors", visit VH1.com.
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