Chapman Baehler A few months after firing longtime frontman Scott Weiland, Stone…
- Posted on Mar 1st 2010 12:00PM by Maria Porcaro
The crowd reciprocated the love by singing along, dancing and at one point even climbing up onstage in appreciation. Halfway through the band's set, during 'Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyant,' a song from their debut album 'Limbo Panto,' one fan hopped up on stage and sang beside falsetto singer/guitarist Hayden Thorpe, adding in some air guitar before being escorted offstage.
"Anyone else feeling lucky tonight?" Thorpe asked with a smile on his face. He then lowered his voice to transition into the night's eagerly anticipated hit, 'All the King's Men.' Whether they were kidding about the shooting or they actually have a bit of a death wish was unclear, but it was evident that Wild Beasts are really happy with their first trek in the States.