Velvet Revolvers’ Scott Weiland melts down on stage.
Mr.Melt Down is front and center in the "gay"yellow mid riff belly tee.
Is anyone shocked? Probably not.
Worse yet, how about Duff, Slash and Matt. This is the 2nd tool of a frontman that they’ve had to deal with in regards to being a fucking mental case. They might wanna get a robot for their next project. It seems like they are about to get the shit end of the stick from their fearless leader again.
Scott Weiland Reportedly Melts Down At Scottish Velvet Revolver Concert
Posted By DSR on 03.21.08
Blabbermouth.net reports that according to several fan accounts and online media reports, Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland stunned fans at Thursday night’s concert in Glasgow, Scotland, UK by dropping a huge hint the band’s time may be up.
He told the sell-out crowd: "You’re watching something special… the last tour by Velvet Revolver."
A fan who attended the show wrote on the band’s forum, "Once [Scott announced from the stage that this was VR's last tour], Slash [guitar], Duff [McKagan, bass], Matt [Sorum, drums] and Dave [Kushner, guitar] all looked at each other. They sang ‘Fall to Pieces,’ then Scott goes over to the side of the stage and argues with the sound guy. After a couple of songs, he threw his mic down and walked off. After a long wait, Duff came out with the band and sang the start of ‘It’s So Easy.’ Scott shows up about half way through, sang really half-assed then gone again…"
In an online posting from Velvet Revolver drummer Matt Sorum, he stated, "So last night was interesting. Had a little band turmoil on stage, as you probably all could tell.
Being in a band is a lot like being in a relationship. Sometimes you just don’t get along. I guess there has been more turmoil lately, I guess, with the cancellations and all. It has been frustrating, I am not going to lie.
My career and life in rock ‘n’ roll has come with its ups and downs. Unfortunately, some people in this business don’t realize how great of a life they have. Touring the world, meeting great people and fans all over the world. And just playing music for a living. I feel truly blessed. But sometimes the road can be draining for some. Being away from home and family does grind on you sometimes. With all the travelling and different beds. Personally, I love this shit and sometimes can�t believe I am so lucky to still be doing what I do for a living.
Everybody could see who was unhappy last night, but all I can say is let’s keep the rock alive, people!!!! In this life, you just pick up and keep moving. And don’t ever let anybody stand in your way."
Weiland, who recently spent time in rehab at an undisclosed location, has struggled with substance abuse problems for more than a decade, although was reportedly clean for nearly four years until a few months ago. Questions about his condition flared in January when he missed a Velvet Revolver performance at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, claiming transportation problems.
Weiland will reunite with his Stone Temple Pilots bandmates for the first time this spring/summer for a number of shows, including an appearance at the Rock on the Range festival, to be held May 17th-18th at Columbus, Ohio’s Columbus Crew Stadium.
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