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Slash Net Worth

Slash Net Worth

Net Worth: $32 Million

  • Source of Wealth Music
  • Birth Place Hampstead, London, United Kingdom
  • Marital Status Married (Perla Ferrar)
  • Full Name Saul Hudson
  • Nationality British-American
  • Date of Birth July 23, 1965
  • Ethnicity English, African-American
  • Occupation Musician, Songwriter
  • Children 2 (London, Cash)
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About Slash

Saul Hudson, better known by stage name Slash, has a a net worth of $32 million, and is best known for his guitar work in the rock and roll bands Guns N Roses, Slash’s Snakepit, and Velvet Revolver. Born in Hampstead, London in 1965 to parents Ola and Anthony Hudson, Slash was introduced to some famous musicians at an early age. His mother was a costume designer whose clients included David Bowie; his father was an artist whose work included designing album covers for Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.


Shortly after Slash was born his mother moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career and Slash was raised by his father and grandparents. When Slash was 5 years old he and his father moved to L.A. to join his mother. Slash’s parents’ interesting jobs made spending time together as a family somewhat difficult. In 1974 his parents divorced and Slash chose to live with Ola. In 1979 Slash started his first band with future Guns N Roses drummer Steven Adler, not much came of that band though. Slash kept on practicing though and played in a couple other unsuccessful bands.

In 1985, Slash was asked to play in Guns N Roses and in 1987 they released their debut album Appetite for Destruction which went on to sell over 28 million copies worldwide. In 1988 the song ‘Sweet Child O Mine’ became a No. 1 U.S. hit. Guns N Roses put out 4 more albums with Slash before his departure from the band in 1996 due to disagreements with singer Axl Rose. In 1994 Slash recorded a solo side-project called Slash’s Snakepit; in 2000 they released a second album. In 2002 Slash’s Snakepit broke up and Slash formed Velvet Revolver with former Guns N Roses members Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum. Velvet Revolver released an album in 2004 and 2007. By 2011 VR had seen a few different singers but none seemed suitable for the band and they went on hiatus. In 2010 Slash released a solo album with a different all-star singer on almost every song, one being Myles Kennedy. In 2012 Slash released a follow-up to his solo album, this time with Myles Kennedy on every track. In 2013 Slash received the “Best Guitarist of the Year” in Loudwire magazine. Slash has a long history of drug and alcohol abuse, but in 2006 he managed to get himself sober and has been ever since. Slash hasn’t slowed down at all in his 20+ year career and he shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Slash's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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Earnings 2014 N/A
Record Sales 2014

Estimated earnings from his album World on Fire (42,000 copies sold in the U.S. and 5,300 copies sold in Canada)

Earnings 2012 N/A
Record Sales 2012

Estimated earnings from his album Apocalyptic Love (certified gold by RMNZ and 100,000 copies sold in the U.S.)

Earnings 2010 N/A
Record Sales 2010

Estimated earnings from his live album Live in Manchester (350 copies sold in the show alone with only 1,200 copies made available)

Record Sales 2010

Estimated earnings from his album Slash (certified platinum by ARIA, Music Canada, RMNZ, gold by BPI and 160,000 copies sold in the U.S.)

Earnings 2007 N/A
Record Sales 2007

Estimated earnings from the album Contraband with Libertad (certified gold by Canada)

Earnings 2004 N/A
Record Sales 2004

Estimated earnings from the album Contraband with Velvet Revolver (certified 2x platinum by RIAA and Music Canada)

Earnings 1993 N/A
Record Sales 1993

Estimated earnings from the album "The Spaghetti Incident?" with Guns 'n Roses (certified 3x platinum by Music Canada, platinum by RIAA, RIAJ, IFPI-FIN and PROMUSICAE, and gold by BPI and BVMI)

Earnings 1991 N/A
Record Sales 1991

Estimated earnings from the album Use Your Illusion II with Guns 'n Roses (certified 9x platinum by Music Canada, 7x platinum by RIAA, 3x platinum by IFPI -FIN, 2x platinum by RIAJ, platinum by BPI and PROMUSICAE, and 5x gold by BVMI)

Record Sales 1991

Estimated earnings from the album Use Your Illusion I with Guns 'n Roses (certified 7x platinum by RIAA, 3x platinum by IFPI -FIN, 2x platinum by BVMI and RIAJ, and platinum by BPI and PROMUSICAE)

Earnings 1988 N/A
Record Sales 1988

Estimated earnings from the album G N' R Lies with Guns 'n Roses (certified 5x platinum by RIAA, and gold by BPI, BVMI and RIAJ)

Earnings 1987 N/A
Record Sales 1987

Estimated earnings from the album Appetite for Destruction with Guns 'n Roses (certified diamond by Music Canada, 18x platinum by RIAA, 3x platinum by BPI, platinum by BVMI, IFPI-FIN and RIAJ, and gold by PROMUSICAE)

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