Watch First Live Performance By ART OF ANARCHY

October 29, 2016

Art of Anarchy (comprised of Creed singer Scott Stapp, Disturbed bassist John Moyer and ex-GnR guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal), made its live debut on Thursday, October 27 at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City.

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That did an interview with TeamRock and said that Scott Stapp is thriving as the group’s new lead singer (originally it was now-deceased ex-STP singer Scott Weiland), adding that the band is providing a healthy environment for Stapp as he continues his fight to stay sober: “The band, Art of Anarchy, is drug free. Me and the Votta brothers [guitarist Jon and drummer Vince] have never even smoked a cigarette, none of us drink, have never done drugs, never smoked pot or anything like that.”

Thal continued: “So that’s good, because the last thing you need on the road if you’re trying to stay clean is a bunch of people doing that around you. Scott is doing well… It’s great that he has a strong family and a lot of people that care and support and that were there to help him get out of that situation. Now he’s better than ever.”

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Stapp joined the band earlier this year, following his highly publicized, drug-enhanced meltdown from late 2014, after which he entered rehab program and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Art of Anarchy released their self-titled debut album last year (featuring ex-STP singer Scott Weiland).

 

 

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