Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Kings of Leon cancel Sandstone show, continue to act like a bunch of babies

Posted By on Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 12:47 PM

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Increasingly obnoxious rock-and-roll band Kings of Leon cut short its show in Dallas this past Saturday after singer Caleb Followill complained about the heat and said his voice was too weak to perform. Read about it here. "Caleb can't sing. Go ahead and burn our records. We are sorry," bassist Jared Followill told the crowd after Caleb left the stage and refused to return. The band has subsequently canceled its remaining U.S. tour dates -- including August 29 at Sandstone -- probably because Followill is headed to rehab. 


The day after the Dallas show, Jared tweeted: "There are internal sicknesses & problems that have needed to be addressed. No words." Then he added: "I love our fans so much. I know you guys aren't stupid. There are problems in our band bigger than not drinking enough Gatorade." 

I'll pass on the easy joke there and simply note that the band has canceled shows in the past year or so due to pigeon shitsmall fires, and bicep injuries, so we should perhaps not be entirely surprised by this development. The show will not be rescheduled, and refunds are available at the place of purchase. Online sales will be refunded automatically. 

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