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dan: i'm dan ashley. we appreciate your >> lou: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- andy cohen -- and music from slash featuring myles kennedy & the conspirators. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching us. thank you for joining us. oh my gosh. another freezing day. it was 67 degrees in hollywood today. [ laughter ] women were wrapping themselves
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in their yoga pants just to stay warm today. there's a big storm walloping the rest of the country. everyplace but here, basically. winter storm "landon." sounds less like a storm and more like that guy who was always playing guitar at parties in college. [ laughter ] central texas is expected to be hit with nasty mix of ice and snow, which means any minute now, ted cruz should be departing to cancun. [ laughter ] on a flee vacation. and winter-wise, we could be in for a long one. this morning, punxsutawney phil saw his shadow, which means, nothing, really. let's be honest. [ laughter ] today, of course, is groundhog . again. the faithful gathered in gobbler's knob, pennsylvania, 5,000 people showed up to get a glimpse at the world's most well-known weather rodent. they've been doing this for more than 130 years. but this year they really went the extra mile. it was like a full-on broadway show. ♪ it's groundhog day so we gonna dance dance dance the night away ♪
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♪ phil's got things he's got a say ♪ ♪ so we gonna make sure everyone's awake ♪ ♪ groundhog groundhog groundhog groundhog ♪ ♪ oh man oh man oh man oh man ♪ ♪ groundhog oh man groundhog oh man ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know. should that be allowed during black history month? [ laughter ] i don't think so. that poor groundhog. as if being yanked out of a hole isn't confusing enough, now they have a big song and dance routine to go along with it. [ laughter ] after the punxsatawney players wowed the crowd, the men in the top hats finally got down to the important business of predicting the weather. >> we got a prediction. are you ready? with my shadow i have cast a long, lustrous six more weeks of
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weather! >> jimmy: wow. the groundhog wrote that, huh? [ laughter ] you know, they could just flip a coin but coins aren't known carriers of rabies and hepatitis. [ laughter ] it's more fun to go with the groundhog. i was thinking, actually, about february 2nd, 2020. two years ago exactly. we still hadn't had a single covid death in the united states. exactly six weeks later, the whole country was in lockdown. six weeks to the day. but how could we have known this was coming? who, on february 2nd, could possibly have predicted what would happen in exactly six weeks? [ laughter ] the [ bleep ] groundhog, that's who! [ cheers and applause ] didn't think to warn us about any of us. by the way, we looked into it. the "farmer's almanac" calls the few animals who hibernate in winter the seven sleepers. you want to know who two of the seven sleepers are? groundhogs and bats. they colluded, to try to kill us with this covid. and now we're singing "groundhog
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grou groundhog" about them. [ laughter ] big announcement from the nfl today the washington football team has a new name. the organization formerly known as the washington redskins, is now "the washington commanders." this is their new logo, the w stands for "why did it take you two years to come up with this?" [ laughter ] "the commanders" kinda sounds like an action movie where dolph lungren and sylvester stallone join forces to defend their assisted living facility. right? [ laughter ] but it was a big deal in d.c. and if you've ever wondered what a gender reveal party for a football team looks like, it looks like this. >> i now, with honor, present to you -- the washington commanders. everybody step up. our new uniform. ta-da! >> all right, love it. >> jimmy: there you go. and just like that she made racism disappear! [ laughter ] was that really so hard? i mean, really, after all of this. [ applause ] "commanders" is fine. it's a perfectly good name for a football team.
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if you told me right now their name used to be "the redskins" i'd be like, "when, in the 1800s? when did that happen?" interestingly the franchise now shares a name with president biden's dog who is also named commander. good thing they didn't name it after trump's dog, "the washington pences" doesn't have the same ring to it. [ moans and applause ] the national archives has informed donald trump that they will soon be handing over mike pence's records to the house committee that is conducting an investigation into the insurrection. one of the most compelling documents they requested was this paper airplane pence threw out of the window of the capitol. [ laughter ] "help, my voters are trying to hang me." the committee is they're not just looking for what the documents say -- they also want to assess how much pee is on the documents to understand how afraid mike pence was. during the riot. trump must hate this. pence releasing his documents. it's like when your ex starts tweeting your text messages. [ laughter and moans ] our crazy ex-president is busy
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blaming everyone but himself for what happened on january 6th. last night, i mentioned he called for an investigation into why mike pence refused to overturn the election. now, he's trying to pin the riot on nancy pelosi. uncle scam did an interview with newsmax, during which, he once again made the false claim that he called for 10,000 troops to protect the capitol from the nuts he instructed to march over there. >> nancy pelosi should be investigated for doing such a bad job on capitol security. i asked for 10,000 soldiers, i would have given 20, it's well documented, to go and -- because i knew how big the rally would be. the rally was a protest against the rigged election and i knew how big it was going to be. and i said, why don't we have soldiers there? but she's in charge of capitol security, and she didn't want any soldiers. so she's responsible for it. >> jimmy: yeah, none of that's true. [ laughter ] it was not "well-documented." in fact what was documented, according to trump's former defense secretary is that he wanted troops not to protect the capitol but to protect his
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supporters. but at least that's a lie he can dance around. this one somehow got no pushback from the "journalist" interviewing him whatsoever. >> antifa and blm were causing such rumpus, including death. don't forget, with the exception of one young fine woman, nobody died on january 6th. nobody died on january 6th. they like to say five people, but nobody died on january 6th. >> jimmy: right, right. with the exception of one fine woman who died, nobody died. [ laughter ] not counting deaths, there were no deaths on january 6th. the riot, on january 6th, and another five capitol police officers lost their lives in the days that followed. i know it's hard to count on those little orange nubs you call fingers. [ laughter ] but that's not one death. it's nine. you know, i promised that if i showed any more clips of trump after he lost, i would show him
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naked. we did a lot of work today, here you go. >> you want to go back into this war zone? you're flirting with it, you're not going to announce, i understand that. to go back in there, people would have to say you're crazy. >> very simple reason. [ laughter ] we have a great country that's going to hell. it's going to hell very fast. we're not going to have a country left. and i did a great job. i did more than most presidents would do in 30 years. we're going to make america great again, again. [ moans ] i smile but there's nothing to smile about, because our country is going bad. >> jimmy: right. he's last weight, at least. [ cheers and applause ] nothing to smile about. our country's gone bad because joe biden didn't put our country in the refrigerator, he left it out, now it's gone bad. but you know what? we're gonna eat it anyway. because that's how much we love this country. [ laughter ] he's nuts. that's why he moved to florida where, when it comes to crazies, and with that said, it's time for a new edition of "this week in florida."
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>> sunday's fishing trip was one duane smith and his 11-year-old grandson will never forget. >> we come out here, in the first five minutes of being out here, we find two semiautomatic .50-caliber sniper rifles. [ moans and applause ] >> jimmy: the alligators have guns now, run for your lives! according to a new poll from yougov, 70% of americans who don't plan on getting the covid vaccine also won't request any of those free at-home testing kits the government is handing out. boy, with all the free stuff we take. the little soaps at the holt. magnetized calendars with real estate agents on them. the little paper cups of artichoke dip at costco. you won't take free tests that could potentially save your life? you know what? if you don't want your tests, send them to me. i have four and i'm afraid to use one because then i'll only have three. [ laughter and applause ]
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in beijing right now, they're in the final stages of gearing up for the olympic games. covid be damned. nbc has decided not to send their sportscasters to the olympics. nbc said, if our commentators are going to get covid, it ain't going to be in china, it's going to be right here in los angeles at the super bowl. [ laughter ] the opening ceremony is friday but the curling competition started early, it started today. the actual sports don't start until this weekend. [ moans ] >> jimmy: oh, curling? oh, really? [ laughter ] clear the room, guillermo! >> guillermo: come on, let's go! >> jimmy: anyway. i don't believe people are paying attention to the olympics. so we went out on the street to ask pedestrians how they've been enjoying them so far in tonight's winter games edition of "lie witness news." [ applause ] >> we're talking about the olympics. you've been seeing some of that? >> yes, yes. >> what have you seen so far?
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>> um -- >> anything. >> shoot. >> we're talking to people about the olympics. you been enjoying them? >> yes. >> what do you like about them so far? >> so far -- i enjoyed the opening ceremony. >> for people who might not have seen the opening ceremonies, describe them a little bit. >> they had celebrities there, like passe jack, machine gun kelly. [ laughter ] lots of grandeur. lots of production value. >> i'm sure you saw elon musk debuted his new tesla snowboard and it won the gold medal in speedboarding. what did you think when you saw that? >> i thought it was just life changing for the innovation world. really, he's setting the tone for all of the new snowboard developers. i really think everyone should look up to him and go in his directions. >> what about when that one snowboarder ran out of juice halfway down the halfpipe and had to recharge? >> he should have came prepared
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and really charged his snowboard before showing up to the tournament. that's his fault. >> we're talking about the olympics. don, you been watching? >> yeah. >> how funny was it when that swedish skier got her tongue stuck to the chair lift? >> man. it was -- it was priceless. like the christmas story, man. >> then she couldn't get off the lift and her tongue was stuck to the chair? -- oh, man. >> hanging there? >> man. it was priceless. >> people are trying to figure out why the ice was so thin, why the figure skaters went through the ice when it cracked. why do you think that was? >> definitely global warming is a huge factor in that. >> where were you when you saw that? >> i was surprised. >> everybody's enjoying the olympics. what three teams are you rooting for? >> i'm going for u.s., mexico, and brazil. >> and give me three teams you're rooting against. >> ireland, tokyo, and argentina. [ laughter ] >> i'm going to list some of the new winter olympics sports and you tell me whether you think
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they're hot or not. >> okay. >> ice diving, have you been enjoying that? >> nope, not -- that's not. >> what about ice fishing? >> hot, i like that. >> not too boring? >> not too boring, yes. >> what about snowballing, when the team tries to outrun that giant snowball? >> i like that that's hot. >> equestrian, the horse ice skating? >> that's a not for me. i'm thinking about the horses. because it could happen -- there are a lot of accidents. i know for sure they can unbalance themselves. >> you don't like seeing horses on ice skates? >> no, no, no. >> talking about the olympics,you saw that snowboard jump over the great wall? describe that for people who might not have seen it. >> evel knevil 2022. it was a wild, you know -- something that nobody should attempt, but he broke history while doing it, you know. it was incredibly dangerous, you know. once he's in air, you don't see
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anything past that. >> were you surprised that shaun white shot a tiktok of himself when he made that jump? >> i couldn't believe he did it, i didn't believe he actually did it, i thought it was a joke at first. i thought it was a scripted joke, but no, it was legitimate. it was crazy. >> you saw it on tiktok? >> yeah. >> show me that tattoo, what does that say? >> "nobody likes a liar." [ laughter and applause ] >> i love them. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: maybe he can't read, i don't know. we've got a very good show for you tonight. the one and only slash is here. yep [ cheers and applause ] and we'll be right back with andy cohen. so stick around!
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tonight, a man who helped welcome us to the jungle, he has a new album with myles kennedy and the conspirators -- [ cheers and applause ] called "four" slash is with us. tomorrow night,josh gad and anna chlumsky with music from the weather station. our first guest is host of "watch what happens live" as well as a best-selling author, housewife-herder, and the intoxicated ryan seacrest of new year's eve. [ laughter ] on friday, he gets a star on the hollywood walk of fame, please welcome andy cohen. >> deep chair. >> jimmy: that's right, we go deep here. >> yes, you do. deep and shallow. >> jimmy: that's right. happy groundhog day. >> is it a happy groundhog day? >> jimmy: no, it isn't. i wonder if you and anderson
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cooper get drunk and celebrate this too. [ laughter ] >> yes. absolutely. >> jimmy: yes? >> we do. >> jimmy: last time i saw you was -- >> that was the last time i saw you, it was the eve of covid. >> jimmy: it was right -- >> we were taping wants to be a millionaire" in los angeles. >> jimmy: right. >> anderson and -- anderson and scooper and i were guests. [ laughter ] as it turns out hilariously, i must have had covid at the time. >> jimmy: you had covid, yeah. >> i didn't infect you or anderson, which is incredible. i did go back to new york and then, yeah, came down with it. >> jimmy: we were being careful. >> march 2020. >> jimmy: with the maskth. but you and anderson flew home together. >> we did. >> jimmy: it's kind of miraculous. you got sick, right? >> i did yeah. >> jimmy: it's not funny, but -- >> no. [ laughter ] but it's funny now because i was
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all over him in a cheap suit. not in a sexual way, a buddy way. it is amazing that i did not get him sick. >> jimmy: did you ever figure out -- >> had i gotten him sick? i'd still be paying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it would be bad. >> there were a few times i thought my son got his son sick. he'd be like, "wyatt has the sniffles, does ben?" if my bed gets his kid sick, i'm in the doghouse. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that night, your phone a friend -- his was kelly ripa. >> yes. >> jimmy: who i think did well. >> yes, she did. >> jimmy: yours was dan rather. >> yes, iconic phone a friend, and i didn't get to use him. >> jimmy: you didn't get to use dan rather. >> which is terrible. and he would have known the question that i got out on. >> jimmy: how do you know dan rather? >> i was -- i worked at cbs news for ten years. i was a producer at cbs, ten years. i knew him there. the crazies thing is all these
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years later, i have a radio channel on sirius called "radio andy." dan has done a show graciously on my little radio channel called "dan rather's america." it's a wild full-circle thing for me. i look up to him so much. >> jimmy: when i think of your brands, there's a real intersection there, between dan rather and andy cohen. >> yes, absolutely. it's obvious. [ laughter ] i'm the dan rather of bravo, am i not? >> jimmy: did you ever tell him that the game was over? >> yes. >> jimmy: he may still be waiting by the phone. >> he might be, actually. [ laughter ] i did, and as a matter of fact, i asked him the question. >> jimmy: okay. >> i believe i think on the radio, asked him if he would have known it. of course he did know it. >> jimmy: there was a moment on that show that i've got you and anderson cooper, and you're each other's partner, helping each other. the question was, who was the last person to host the oscars?
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>> yes, that was a question. that was my question. >> jimmy: four people, i think seth mar fak land was one of the choices. >> chris rock, you, and neil patrick harris. >> jimmy: now the answer was, i thought, quite clearly me. i'm sitting there with two gay men, and neither of them knows who hosted the oscars. [ laughter ] i have to tell you something, it really hit me hard. it hit me real hard. [ laughter ] >> it was embarrassing. i used my ask the host. >> jimmy: yeah. >> for that. you got it right. >> jimmy: yeah, i got it right. i knew it was me, yeah. >> by the way, i'm so glad you brought it up. it is so clearly obvious that you're going to host the oscars this year, right? >> jimmy: oh, absolutely not. >> for real? >> jimmy: oh, for real, yeah. >> absolutely not? you're saying right now you are absolutely not hosting -- >> jimmy: i am absolutely not hosting the oscars. are you hosting the oscars? >> yeah, i'm hosting the oscars! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i would love to see you and anderson host the oscars. >> that would be fun. >> jimmy: i was laughing my ass off -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i swear to god, so much fun.
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i told our friend, howard stern, i was like, you know washes we had a blast on new year's eve. >> jimmy: it seemed like you guys had fun. >> yes. i hope everyone did watching. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i wish everyone -- honestly, i wish everyone on cnn was drunk all time. >> i know. it would be great. it is super fun getting smashed on cnn and just raging on a soap box. there were endorphins that i was releasing, this is good. >> jimmy: one of the few times you go, something dangerous is maybe happening on tv. >> i know. we got in the car after, and i saw on twitter the rant that i did about tablasio. sxid not recall, even though it was 40 minutes earlier, saying "sayonara, sucker." lap lap to the outgoing mayor of new york. i go, oh my god, i said
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sayonara, sucker! anderson goes, yes, you did. >> jimmy: i was watching with a group of people who weren't paying attention, and i had to say, "guys!" and rewind it for them. >> played it for your fancy friends. >> jimmy: semi-fancy, you wouldn't be impressed. >> all right. >> jimmy: you're speaking of fancy because you're getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame? >> i am. [ cheers and applause ] . >> jimmy: do you know where? >> i do. by hollywood and cherokee. in front of world of wonder, a production company i work with all the time. i'm right by rupaul and the go-go's. [ cheers and applause ] which i think is a happening little area. i love the go-go's, one of my first concerts. and love ru forever. so i'm thrilled about that. >> jimmy: they told you? you looked it up, checked it out? >> i checked out where it was. >> jimmy: would you have complained and asked for a different spot if you didn't like it? >> i don't know that i would have the power to do that, but i
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was industrialed. >> yeah. >> and my family is so excited. they're all here. we all got here today. >> jimmy: who's here? >> from st. louis, my son, my parents, my sister, brother-in-law. >> jimmy: oh, great. >> niece, the whole thing. >> jimmy: wow, really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow, how old are your parents? >> my parents, my mom is turning 85 in a week. >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. my dad is turning 90 in november. my son is turning 3 on the day i get the star. so we're having a joint birthday party for my mom, 85, and my son, 3. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. andy cohen is here! we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: andy cohen is here. "watch what happens live" is on bravo sunday through thursday. you're still enjoying doing that show? >> i love it. we just got picked up for two more years. [ cheers and applause ] we're in year 13. you just had a big anniversary. >> jimmy: we did. we had our 19th anniversary. >> congratulations. >> jimmy: last week. [ cheers and applause ] it goes by like that, right? >> yeah, it really does. >> jimmy: at the ceremony, your parents are going to be there. will there be real housewives? >> there will be real housewives in attendance. we have gar sell bove and lisa renna speaking on behalf of the i think 130 housewives at this point who have come and gone. [ applause ] john mayer will be speaking. >> jimmy: john mayer is going to speak, your good friend. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you spoken to him about what he's going to say?
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>> no. >> jimmy: no. >> he said to me today, he goes, so is it like a tribute? i said, i don't know, i haven't watched footage of others. >> jimmy: i'll tell you. >> tell me. oh no. >> jimmy: what time is it happening? >> 11:30. >> jimmy: if you're a fan i after done 8 esgo. andy's going to be surrounded by people dressed as spider-man, all right, i got no problem with that. >> jimmy: it's going to be a little rough. there are going to be people who have no idea what's going on. they're going to be staring at you. >> i'm used to that. >> jimmy: it's going to be broad daylight. you'll be ly >> okay. >> jimmy: there's going to be a guy named loran gub won't be able to laugh at him. >> right. >> jimmy: you'll make a speech, almost nobody will hear it. >> wow. >> jimmy: your parents will shed
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a tear. >> jimmy: no. e able to hear it- >> the people sitting on the dais won't be able to hear the speeches? >> jimmy: nobody will hear anything. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> jimmy: look at it this way, at the end of it you'll have a star. >> wow, okay. [ laughter ] you're setting my expectations down -- >> jimmy: exactly, i'm setting expectations here. >> good. >> jimmy: you feel like it's going to be like winning an oscar or something like that. >> yes. >> jimmy: really, it's like going down the street for a shake. [ laughter ] >> right, okay. >> jimmy: kind of like that. >> all right, i got it. >> jimmy: you know what i'm saying. >> i'm going back to new york. >> jimmy: you're still getting the thing. >> yes, good. >> jimmy: you picked a good week, it's freezing cold in new york. >> that's true, yes. we had a gorgeous snowstorm last week. a bomb cyclone. >> jimmy: a woman so i clone, right. >> which as term that didn't exist about a year and a half ago, but now everything is a bomb cyclone. >> jimmy: it makes you wonder who the weather channel is competing with that they have to start naming things as if they're movies. >> it's an exciting name. batten down the hatches. >> jimmy: the bomb cyclone. there were no explosions in your apartment? >> there weren't, it was
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exciting, we had a great time during the bomb cyclone. >> jimmy: this is something you and i occasionally, we have a little inside joke we will trade back and forth via text. >> kevlar vest. >> jimmy: shooting "who wants to be a millionaire" before covid starts, we didn't think to shut down at the time. anderson cooper comes in. he's playing for a charity, which i assume is a great charity. but they give kevlar vests to dogs that rush into, i don't know, gang fights or something like that? [ laughter ] >> yeah -- i don't know the specifics. but i do know that he raised $500,000. >> jimmy: he won $500,000 on the show. >> which is a tremendous amount of kevlar vests. >> jimmy: a lot of vests, yeah. >> the hilarity, i don't know if i texted you about this, a few months ago i said, what are you doing, do you want to hang out? he said, no, i'm on my way to host a charity event for the
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kevlar vest people. and i said, "a," haven't you done enough? [ laughter ] and "b," don't they have enough vests? honest honestly. >> jimmy: we're not making fun of this charity -- >> no, it's a wonderful thing. >> jimmy: it's funny because that episode aired like four months later in the middle of covid. these doctors and nurses and teachers and rescue workers and all of these people, everyone's doing charity, and anderson's sitting there, what's the most important thing in the world to you right now, anderson? >> he was like, should i tweet out a disclaimer that we taped this a few months ago? [ laughter and applause ] he was conscious. he knew that it was -- health care heroes. >> jimmy: congratulations on your star on the walk of fame. >> thanks, you just totally -- >> jimmy: the ceremony's not great but the honor itself -- just think, forever you'll be able to come back. >> yes. >> jimmy: you'll say, see where that man is urinating? >> yes. >> jimmy: that's my star. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] andy cohen, everybody.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. our next guest is one of the greatest guitarists in the history of rock music. his new album "four" featuring myles kennedy & the conspirators comes out a week from friday. please welcome slash. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you too. >> jimmy: been awhile. boy, you really put on some
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muscle. >> that's what the guy said. >> jimmy: yeah, it's true. you have a star on the hollywood walk of fame, right? >> i do, like right across the street. >> jimmy: did i describe it? i feel i bummed andy out but it's kind of a weird ceremony, right? >> hm. yeah. [ laughter ] it's weird. we had a good time doing it. jim loud was there. >> jimmy: the deejay? >> to have him show up, i've been listening to him since i was a little kid. then charlie sheen. >> jimmy: charlie sheen was there? [ laughter ] >> and robert evans. >> jimmy: robert evans, the producer? >> quite a crew. >> jimmy: wow, that's an eclectic group. you're used to eclectic groups. you grew up on hollywood boulevard practically, right? >> yeah, i was -- almost. i was basically -- you know. like the laurel canyon area. that was my stomping grounds when i was a little kid. sort of wandered down to hollywood boulevard, sunset boulevard. get into all the head shops. look at all the sort of rock 'n' roll stuff, whatnot.
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>> jimmy: fantasize about -- you'd go to shows and stuff. >> yeah, looking at it like, wow. >> jimmy: those black light posttest? >> exactly. yi i didn't have any but my cousins did. they didn't let me hang out because they had girls in there. [ laughter ] and it always smelled really funny. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right. would you get into these clubs on the sunset strip? >> around 13, 14, 15 years old, i used to make these fake i.d.s. you used to be able to get away with it with a pencil. >> jimmy: right. >> we got into the whiskey and the roxy and the starwood, remember the starwood? >> jimmy: no, i was in vegas, i remember the stardust. >> the rainbow was the hardest one. >> jimmy: why? the toughest to -- >> >> you really had to -- you think you've got balls of steel when you're 15 years old, and you can just walk up and it will work like everywhere else.
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but they had this guy named steady at the door. he was a hard-core italian, you know, bouncer type. he'd be looking for you. there was one time i actually went to the rainbow with steve adler, who was my partner in crime back when we were 14 and 15 years old. we went in there, so i showed the i.d., steven showed his i.d. which i had done for him too. they let steven in they wouldn't let me in. they said, get out of here. and i was crushed. i went home. and i put on a bunch of makeup, put on some of my mom's clothes. i was really drunk. [ laughter ] i went back up there and it was ladies' night. [ applause ] so i went back and i got in. right? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: what? >> the whole thing for me, i was going to go pick up on steven because steven would screw anything. [ laughter ] i thought it would be really
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funny. anyway. so i got in, right? then -- i started to realize, steven's not here, he's gone. and this whole black cloud of reality came down on me. i felt the most vulnerable i'd ever felt. >> jimmy: wow. [ laughter ] >> still to this day, i've never felt like that. then having to leave and then walk down sunset boulevard in a dress, back to my car. >> jimmy: probably could have made some money. [ laughter ] >> anything that sounds like a whistle or anything i thought was directed at me, it was horrible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it's a weird situation to be in. on the one hand, oh my god, there's people whistling at me. or if they're not, why isn't anybody whistling at me? >> no, i wasn't looking for that kind are kind of attention. the novelty was done. >> jimmy: how old are your sons? >> 19 and 17. >> jimmy: what are they up to? following in your high-heeled footsteps? [ laughter ] >> no, not quite like that. my 17-year-old is aprmazing art sdplis that's what you were doing originally?
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>> he's doing nfts, he's trying to get me to buy one. >> jimmy: buy one from him? >> yeah, i had to hook up a crypto wallet today? really? >> i don't know anything about it. >> jimmy: i remember the first time i tried to sell my dad an nft. [ laughter ] i think i was 14. >> different times. >> jimmy: wow. >> and then london -- that's cash. london, my oldest, is a drummer in a band. >> jimmy: he's a drummer. [ cheers and applause ] >> called saint electric. >> jimmy: saint electric. >> they just played the whiskey. >> jimmy: did you go to the show? >> i didn't go because we're about to go to the road, we're in this tight covid bubble. i can't hang out in clubs. >> jimmy: right. >> come back and go, hey! >> jimmy: do you think your son became a drummer, because it's like when your dad's slash? >> you know, he totally did it on his own. i don't think it had anything to do with that. he had a friend in elementary school who ended up being a really good guitar player. then he thought, i guess i'll -- sort of like me and steve adler. i picked up the guitar because i
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was going to put a band together with him. london, he was going to put a band together with nico. and he picked up on the drums and just got really good at it. >> did you ever sit in with your son's band? >> he's sat in with guns. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, really, okay. >> just -- at sound check a couple times. but then i had him in the studio. jammed on some new conspirators riffs with him. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> during the covid thing when nobody could come over. >> jimmy: you recorded this album in nashville live, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: now that means one take? or multiple takes? what does live mean? >> so we always play live. we always go in the room, and to get the energy everybody plays together. >> jimmy: a lot of the bands lay down tracks. >> people phone it in these days. then i would always go and redo the guitars because i hate headphones and they'd never let me put the amps in the room with the drums and order that way. technical reasons. bleed and whatnot. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i was like, that's how they used to do it in the old
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days. farther into the millennium we get, the least likely it's going to be for us to record that way. but i met up with dave copp, who's a producer on this record, and he loved the idea of playing live where you just set up like you would in a venue. mic that up and record it. that's how we did it. >> jimmy: i want to talk about the name of the band. because slash featuring myles kennedy and the conspirators, is that hard to get on merch? [ laughter ] >> it looks exactly like that. >> jimmy: it's great, too. on top of that, you've named the album -- you have the longest band name ever, and yet the album is called "4." [ laughter and applause ] >> there's a reason for that. it started as a solo thing, just slash. i met myles kennedy and we started working together. i've got to bring myles into it. his name became part of it. then we met with brent and -- brent at this times and todd kearns. >> jimmy: hey, we'd like our names on it. >> automatically, is they need a
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thing too. the conspirators. there we go. smkc for short. >> jimmy: smkc is the way to go. you're going on tour, your first gig is portland? >> poerlgdrtland, the 8th. >> jimmy: i think it's the 8th. then you tour with guns n' roses after that? [ cheers and applause ] >> as soon as i get home from this, then i go straight into rehearsal for that. >> jimmy: straight into rehearsal for that. >> then we tour all the way to the end of the year. smkc goes out the beginning of next year and does the international touring. >> jimmy: go tune that guitar. when we come back, we're going to have music from this album. "4." slash featuring myles kennedy, out a week from friday. we'll be back with slash! >> lou: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> lou: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank andy cohen. apologies to matt damon.
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we did run out of time for him. tomorrow night, josh gad and anna chlumsky with music from the weather station. "nightline" is next, but first, it's time to get loud. the album is called "4." here with the song "the river is rising," slash featuring myles kennedy and the conspirators! ♪ ♪ ♪ another fool for rage another truth betrayed another lackey out of line ♪ ♪ torture and rip-apart what was the pure of heart poison the well and ♪ ♪ push the lie all in the name of nothing have we been hypnotized ♪ ♪ no doubt the end is
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coming we're out of time ♪ ♪ hang on the river is rising hold strong ♪ ♪ the tide is high will we drown in paradise ♪ ♪ another wicked scheme another static dream indoctrination for the blind ♪ ♪ all in the name of nothing have we been hypnotized no doubt the ♪ ♪ end is coming we're out of time ♪ ♪ hang on the river is rising hold strong
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the tide is high ♪ ♪ a promise gone yeah ♪ ♪ seething raging from the heart ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hang on the river is rising
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hold strong ♪ ♪ the tide is high a promise long gone so don't deny it ♪ ♪ a cold dawn is sure to rise as we drown in paradise ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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