Watch One of Rock's Biggest Stars Trash Bullying
BY Neal Broverman
May 21 2012 5:56 PM ET
Rock stalwart Slash has filmed a video where he stands up for bullied youth and the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.
In the video, Slash says he often felt different and alienated as a child; something he says gay youth too often feel. The former Guns n' Roses guitarist announces that he supports the Gay Men's Chorus of L.A., especially the group's Alive Music Project.
"AMP brings music to schools and perspective to young lives," the rock star says. "It challenges values and bigotry, while providing the hope of acceptance and harmony." Watch Slash's video below and click here to read more about AMP.
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