Slash has played all manner of venues in his career.
Cutting his chops on Sunset Strip, the Guns N Roses axeman rose to play some of the world's biggest arenas.
Now working as a solo artist, Slash was invited to perform at the House of Commons by Mike Weatherley - Conservative MP for Hove and Portslade.
The show took place last night (June 3rd) and was, by all accounts, something of a success. Taking place at the Terrace Bar area in the House of Commons, Slash played a broad selection of material from across his career before diving into a celebratory version of 'Sweet Child O' Mine'.
Part of the Rock The House series of live vents, Mike Weatherley welcomed Slash to the House Of Commons: "[It’s] a real honour to welcome one of the greatest guitarists in history to the beautiful Houses of Parliament.
Slash joins an impressive list of musicians whom Rock the House has hosted at the House of Commons over the years…[it’s] a once-in-a-lifetime event."
(via The Line Of Best Fit)
Slash is set to air up with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators to release new album 'World On Fire' on September 15th.