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2006.02.16 - ABC News Radio (via Blabbermouth) - Interview with Matt

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Post by Blackstar Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:59 pm

Scott Weiland has found himself another band. Speaking to ABC News Radio at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party last week, Weiland's Velvet Revolver bandmate Matt Sorum said that the singer is being added to Sorum's all-star cover band Camp Freddy. He'll be joining a permanent lineup that already includes Sorum, Dave Navarro, Donovan Leitch, Billy Morrison and Chris Chaney. Camp Freddy are also known for the revolving cast of superstar guests that joins them on stage at their live shows.

Commented Sorum: [Weiland] loves it, man. He comes and plays with us, and we do Bowie, and we, you know, he does some Iggy Pop maybe, whatever he wants to do. And he has the best time because it's not stressful at all. There's no real, like, corporate thing behind it. And it's not like you have to come up with the goods — you just do it, you know."

Sorum says that the band are hoping to finally release their debut album next summer. Macy Gray, Steve Jones (Sex Pistols) and Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains) have already recorded guest spots, and Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) has been asked to participate.

During the same interview, Sorum revealed that Velvet Revolver are planning to move in a different direction on their new album, which has the working title of "Libertad".

"Our first album was very aggressive and just in-your-face. and we made it very quickly," Sorum explained. "And this album we just really want to, like, you know, we want to pull it back a bit, groove a little harder, [make it] a little more danceable. We've talked about working with people like [pop superstar] Pharrell [Williams] just for the… just to check it out. I mean, it's not rock and roll, but it might be different. Who knows?! I don't know."

(Source: ABC Radio's ePrep)

https://search.blabbermouth.net/news/velvet-revolver-hope-to-make-new-album-a-little-more-danceable/
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