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The singers of Puddle of Mud walked off the stage after an argument with a lighting technician during the band’s set on Saturday night (November 20).
According to fans there, Puddles of Mud took the stage half an hour late for their headline show at the EPIC Event Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, before singer Wes Scantlin walked off the stage after only five songs.
In footage shot by someone in the front row of the concert, Scantlin can be seen playing the entirety of the 2009 single “Spaceship” with his hands covering his face, before complaining about the lights on stage. and can be clearly heard arguing with Prakash Technician. ,
“I don’t know why the lights are blinding me for this whole show. If you guys were standing here where I am now, it’s like a fucking flashlight blinking in your head. And I don’t think that This is good,” he said.
Footage shows Scantlin pointing to the back of the room, calling someone “douchebag crap” and bragging “I’ve got a flashlight too motherfucker”.
After the 2019 performance of “Uh Oh,” Scantlin walked off the stage without addressing the audience — watch the full incident below:
This isn’t the first time the Poodle of Mud has snagged a gig early on. In 2017, Scantlin walked off stage in the middle of a performance of 2001’s “She Hates Me” and was abandoned by the rest of the band a year earlier after his erratic behavior.
Around the same time, Scantlin had several encounters with the law. he calmed down at the end of 2017 [via Kerrang!]
Earlier this year, however, Scantlin revealed that Puddle of Mud had written 75 new songs, mostly during the pandemic, before admitting that he had caught the coronavirus two or three times.
Elsewhere in the interview, Scantlin was asked if he would ever make a film about his life. “I’m Doing My Best to Get Fred Durst” [who helped break Puddle Of Mudd] To be involved, and we might do some sort of short film or something,” he said.
“So many dreams come true in our lives – even Korn and Stan and limp Bizkit, and a puddle of mud. It will be a great short film.”