|Camp Freddy played a show in Houston, TX and they were mentioned in news articles about the parties there.
Read them here or here.
This was posted on the Camp Freddy website about the show:
Now THAT was fun!!
Wes Scantlin and Jerry Cantrell doing Man In The Box with us, Steve Stevens and Billy Duffy on Love Removal Machine, and Matt Sorum singing LEAD vocals, down the front, doing his very best Robert Plant, on Whole Lotta Love!! It was a huge Circus tent in the middle of a field in Houston, with stilt walkers, sideshows, acrobats etc. Maxim magazine put on the party for the Superbowl, called it Circus Maximus, we played 11 songs, had a few friends play a few songs (Shelby Lynne on Feel Like Makin Love???!!!!) and had a lot of fun doing it.
Now its back to LA to put some guitars on the record.
HOUSTON, TEXAS. JANUARY 30th 2004
MAXIM MAGAZINE SUPERBOWL PARTY
20th Century Boy
Should I Stay
Love Removal Machine
Feel Like Makin Love
Man In The Box
Whole Lotta Love
Guests: Jerry Cantrell, Shelby Lynne, Wes Scantlin, Steve Stevens, Billy Duffy, Chad Smith, Pauly Shore
The band is also featured in Metal Hammer magazine January 2004 issue. It's a spotlight on the band.
Velvet Revolver was mentioned in an article about Music Predictions for 2004:
Other contenders: Probot, Foo Fighter David Grohl's side-project, with vocals by iron men such as Lemmy and King Diamond; the Guns 'N Roses-Stone Temple Pilots hybrid, Velvet Revolver, which reportedly will have an album, "Contraband," out in the spring; and maybe even a revived Judas Priest, with Rob Halford back in the fold.
Read the whole thing here.