Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Tempers Flare at T in the Park

US Rockers The Kings of Leon had yet another angry screaming match after their Friday night headline slot at T In The Park, and had to be separated by their tour manager it has been claimed.

Frontman Caleb Followill had an altercation with brothers Nathan and Jared and cousin Matthew following the performance, which ended with him smashing his Gibson 325 guitar according to The Sun.

A source said: "When they came off stage, tempers flared and they were effing and blinding at each other. It was really nasty before their tour manager stepped in. They were even threatening to pull out of Oxegen.

Caleb was livid about the sound and took out his anger on stage without considering the consequences. His guitar is now ruined. The crowd were oblivious to the sound difficulties but the Kings want every show to be perfect."

However, the band did perform at T In The Park's sister festival Oxegen in Ireland the following day.

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