STONE TEMPLE PILOTS: Hollywood Bowl Video Footage, Review Available
Fan-filmed video footage of the reunited STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' June 24, 2008 concert at the Hollywood Bowl, California can be viewed below (clips uploaded by YouTube user "BWRBrett").
In his review of the show, Ben Wener of The Orange County Register wrote, "What was most evident throughout STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' deeply impressive 19-song set Tuesday night is that, as with its more celebrated peers (PEARL JAM, NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN), there's distinct chemistry at work within this oft-troubled unit. VELVET REVOLVER, by comparison, was merely a facsimile, as it was whenever it tackled GUNS N' ROSES songs. Hearing Kretz and the DeLeos instinctively lay way back into the turnaround beats of 'Big Empty' and 'Vasoline', however, was just one of several face-slapping reminders that no one plays these modern-rock radio fixtures quite like their originators."
Read the entire review at this location.
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