SCOTT WEILAND Comments On 'Last Call With Carson Daly' Appearance

Last week, Scott Weiland surprised the in-studio audience at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles with an exclusive performance of a new song for NBC-TV's "Last Call With Carson Daly" on a day off from the VELVET REVOLVER arena tour. Instead of playing a tune in the genre of VELVET REVOLVER or STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, the charismatic frontman strode onstage in a vintage original Nudie Rodeo Tailor suit from 1972 and debuted a new song, "The Man I Didn't Know". For the performance of this loose-limbed and poignant country rock ballad he wrote about his father, Weiland assembled a band that included the unlikely match-up of a pedal steel guitarist and steel drummer. Weiland goes on to explain, "I met Tim McGraw at the Grammys, when we sang 'Across the Universe' together for tsunami relief and we talked about singing a song together. This is the song I wrote for us to sing."

Tune in Thursday, May 19 to see this very unpredictable and powerful performance.


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