Glenn Hughes and Duff McKagan of supergroup Kings of Chaos rock a sold out Fillmore to help save the dolphins.

With a rotating line up that featured Slash, Sammy Hagar, Glenn Hughes, Myles Kennedy, Duff McKagan, Gilby Clarke, Matt Sorum, Billy Duffy, and Doug Aldrich, the Kings of Chaos put on a spectacular show to raise awareness for Rick O’Barry’s Dolphin Project.

Opening with scorching renditions of the Deep Purple classics “Highway Star,” and “Smoke on the Water,” McKagan, Sorum, and Clarke were joined by Hughes and Aldrich, before Sammy Hagar and Cult guitarist Billy Duffy hit the stage for “Foxy Lady,” “Rock Candy,” and “Fire Woman.” Of course it was the Guns N’ Roses songs that the fans wanted to hear.

With Slash and Myles Kennedy hitting the stage and strutting their stuff to “It’s So Easy,” and “Mr. Brownstone.” As if this wasn’t enough, the rotating ensemble of superstars also cranked out “Immigrant Song,” “Communication Breakdown,” “You Could Be Mine,” and “Burn,” all before wrapping up an incredible evening with “Paradise City.”

Not only was this an incredible night of music, but it was also showed what can happen when well known and talented musicians join forces to support a worthy cause.

National Rock Review photographer Raymond Ahner was on had to capture some of the moments.

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About The Author

Raymond Ahner is a professional freelance photographer residing in San Francisco, California. Growing up in the Bay Area, Raymond was lucky enough to witness both the Punk and Thrash Metal scene of the 1980's explode literally right in front of his eyes. It was a pretty special time in his life, and is what instilled his love for live music. Over the years Raymond has been fortunate enough to combine his passion for live music with his love of photography. And although he will always love shooting the big arena Rock show, it is in a tiny, packed to the rafters club were he his most at home with his gear.