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SCOTT WEILAND REFERS TO HIS SOLO BAND AS ‘THE ROCKABOUTS’ Scott Weiland called his solo band ‘The Rockabouts’ at his show in San Francisco on Friday night. The band has been known as the Wildabouts since last year. Scott also referred to them as The Walkabouts though in a recent interview. Weiland also introduced the new special guest Rockabouts drummer, Frank, who was filling in for Danny Thompson who had to take a couple of days off according to Weiland. ※ 『the Wildabouts』はバンド名、『Scott Weiland』『Danny Thompson』は人物名です。

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スコット・ウェイランドのソロバンド名は《ザ・ロッカバウツ》 スコット・ウェイランドは金曜のサンフランシスコでのショーで、 自身のバンドを『ザ・ロッカバウツ』と紹介した。 昨年来ワイルダバウツとされていたし、 最近のインタビューではスコット自らウォーカバウツと呼んでいたのではあるが。 加えてウェイランドはロッカバウツのスペシャルゲストであるフランクを紹介した。 ウェイランドの忠告に従って、数日間の休暇へと赴いたダニートンプスンの代役を務めるドラマーだ。

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