STP GUITARIST DEAN DELEO TALKS ARMY OF ANYONE & TRASHES THE DALLAS COWBOYS
Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo was interviewed a few days ago on RockAllegiance.com, here are some quotes/notes:
“We’re really looking forward to [the Rock Allegiance festival show in Hershey, Pennsylvania] man. I’ll tell you man, I’m not just saying this because we’re on the phone, and maybe I’m a little biased growing up on the east coast, but there’s just nothing like the east coast. Playing for people on the east coast, I don’t know if it’s the change of seasons but it puts some sort of extra kick in our bones man and I really dig it.”
Dean mentioned he’s a New York Giants football fan.
“There’s something about the Cowboys that just rubs me the wrong way I don’t know what it is. I’m very respectful of how great these guys are, I don’t know if it’s Jerry Jones always having to be in the spotlight. But there’s something about the Cowboys like oh gosh, come on guys.”
“Let me tell you those Three Days Grace guys are mighty fine fellows, we got to go out on the road, Robert and I had a little band with some cats. Richard from Filter, and a very talented drummer by the name of Ray Luzier, it was a band we had called Army of Anyone. The Three Days Grace allowed us to open for them, and they were some very considerate standup guys.”