Slash led the three-guitar beast that is Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators through three tunes before being joined by rock legend Alice Cooper for 'Schools Out.'

For 'Nothing to Say,' Slash swapped out Avenged Sevenfold vocalist M. Shadows -- who handled vocals for the track on his 2010 solo debut -- with his current full-time vocalist Myles Kennedy. Slash also tipped his guitar into the upright position to rip through the solos on 'Back to Cali' and their current single 'You're a Lie' -- which is the first single from the group's upcoming album 'Apocalyptic Love.'

Slash with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators then became the even more uncomfortably named Slash with Alice Cooper featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. The hybrid rock monster jammed the Cooper classic 'Schools Out,' after Slash dedicated 11-seconds of noise to recently deceased Marshall Amps founder Jim Marshall.

The top-hatted one was anything but quiet during the performance. All said, Slash definitely lived up to the 'Riff Lord' award that he was honored with earlier in the evening.

Watch Slash Perform 'School's Out' With Alice Cooper