VELVET REVOLVER Frontman Guests On COMEDY CENTRAL's 'Showbiz Show': Video Available
VELVET REVOLVER frontman Scott Weiland (ex-STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) made a surprise appearance with his son Noah on David Spade's "Showbiz Show" on Comedy Central Thursday night (Oct. 20). Download a Windows Media video of Scott's appearance on the program at Velvet-Revolver.com.
RollingStone.com recently reported that Weiland will be a special guest performer at the taping of a new episode of VH1 Classic's "Decades Rock Live". The show that focuses on Cyndi Lauper will be taped at the Trump Taj Mahal Resort & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ on November 11. Other artists to perform are SHAGGY, PAT MONAHAN, ANI DIFRANCO and the HOOTERS. Doors are at 8:00 p.m. and showtime at 9:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $100, $80 and $60 through Ticketmaster.
Weiland made a solo appearance on NBC-TV's "Last Call with Carson Daly" in May. Scott performed the song "The Man I Didn't Know", which he wrote and produced. The singer was joined by Douglas Grean (guitar, keyboards and vocals) and Rick Schmidt on pedal steel guitar.
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