SALIVA Guitarist: Fresh Out Of Rehab, Sponsored By Jägermeister

SALIVA guitarist Chris D'abaldo is on a on a national headlining tour sponsored by Jägermeister — ironic, given the fact that he's just 45 days out of rehab, where he kicked a habit involving what he calls a "conglomeration" of booze and other substances. "I took care of my business," he told the Houston Press. "I'm 33 now, and I'd been using this and that since I was 12. If people want to read something into the sponsorship, I guess they're entitled to. The Jäger sponsorship is kind of an ironic thing, but I'm cool with it. They're really good people. Besides, touring is a hard, expensive business, especially now in the off-season, so with the economy and all the other stuff figured in, you do what you have to."


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