VELVET REVOLVER: More '(Inside)Out: The Rise Of' Details Revealed

November 12, 2004

VELVET REVOLVER fan site has posted additional information about VELVET REVOLVER's upcoming VH1 special, "(Inside)Out: The Rise of Velvet Revolver", which is scheduled to premiere December 1 at 11:00 p.m. EST. According to the posting, VH1 has added footage of a few events after the band's "Slither" video shoot, including new interviews with all band members, footage of the shows in Latrobe, PA (Rolling Rock) and London, England. The oldest footage that will be shown includes the days before singer Scott Weiland joined the band, when they were listening to lots of different singers. The documentary also shows footage that was shot the very first day Scott walked into the room to meet with the guys and quite a bit of studio recording material. There's no scheduled air date in the U.K. as of now, and it's unclear if there are plans to release the program on DVD in the future.

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