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Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts rocked it at Napa Valley’s BottleRock Music Festival this past Saturday, May 30. Read some of the stellar reviews about their performance below, and see them at the El Rey, Los Angeles, June 6.
In a message to fans, Scott Weiland announced that Australian-born guitarist Nick Maybury would be joining his band the Wildabouts when they hit the road this week to play a host of solo and festival dates. The band’s Jeremy Brown passed away unexpectedly last month; a day before Scott Weiland & the Wildabouts’ debut album Blaster was released on March 31.
“I’d like to dedicate today’s release of our album, Blaster, to my friend and collaborator Jeremy Brown. It breaks my heart that you are not here to receive the recognition you so deserve and worked so hard for,” Scott Weiland
Fresh from knock out appearances on tour, at Sundance and SXSW, Scott Weiland & The Wilabouts’ Blaster is set for release March 31. Let’ us know if you’d like a downloadable or streamable copy of the album for review.
Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts Premiere “Way She Moves” And Add Drummer Joey Castillio To The Wildabouts
Fresh off of a killer performance at Sundance’s ASCAP Music Café – read Billboard’s review here – Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts debut their “foot-stomping boogie titled single” (Rolling Stone), “Way She Moves.” The band premieres “Way She Moves” as a new grat track for BLASTER album pre-order. It’s the next single off of the debut EP, which is set for a March 31st release.
Blaster, the March 31 release from Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, is available starting today for pre-order on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/blaster/id957686568. For the next three weeks, fans will receive a free download of “White Lightening” as an instant grat track when they order the first album ever from Weiland and his new band.
As reported earlier today in Rolling Stone, Scott Weiland, “one of rock’s most dynamic front men” (Spin Mag), and his band the Wildabouts, will release their first album ever on March 31. Titled BLASTER, the album was produced by Rick Parker [Black Rebel Motorcycle Club] and recorded throughout 2014 at Lavish Studios in Burbank and at The Sandbox in Beachwood Canyon. BLASTER features twelve tracks, all but one were written by Weiland.