Watch Duff McKagan Perform GNR's 'Nightrain' With Slash & The Conspirators

The second show of Slash's new tour with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators offered a big surprise for Guns N' Roses fans when Duff McKagan joined the band for a rendition of the Appetite for Destruction classic "Nightrain."

The concert took place at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, McKagan's hometown. While the setlist mainly pulled from Slash's solo career and his recent albums with Kennedy and the Conspirators, the band also covered Elton John's "Rocket Man" and Lenny Kravitz's "Always on the Run," which Slash co-wrote in 1991.

With McKagan joining the band on bass for its first encore, Kennedy took a break and SMKC bassist Todd Kerns donned a guitar and did a remarkable job on lead vocals.

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Kennedy later returned to the stage to perform "Anastasia" with the band — its last song of the evening.

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