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Camp Freddy

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Genres  Hard rock
Genre  Hard rock
Website  campfreddy.net
Albums  Electro Jack
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Years active  2002 (2002)–2014 (as Camp Freddy)
Associated acts  Guns N' Roses, The Cult, Jane's Addiction, The Panic Channel, Velvet Revolver, Ozzy Osbourne, Godsmack, Linkin Park, Stone Temple Pilots, Tiffany
Past members  Scott Weiland Scott Ford
Origin  Los Angeles, California, United States (2002)
Members  Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison, Matt Sorum, Chris Chaney, Donovan Leitch

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Camp Freddy was a hard rock group of established musicians who played rock and roll covers at various shows around America from 2002 through 2014 under the name Camp Freddy. The band consisted of core members Matt Sorum (drums), Dave Navarro (guitars), Billy Morrison (guitars), Donovan Leitch, Jr. (vocals) and Chris Chaney (bass guitars). Each performance featured guest appearances from many respected musicians.

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History

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The band's name is derived from a character in the 1969 film The Italian Job. Guitarist Billy Morrison described them as: "...not a band, but it is also way more than a jam session; Camp Freddy is an ‘Occasional Happening’, a freak of (Hollywood) nature."

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Scott Weiland was a core member and vocalist for the band from March 2006 until April 2008, when his decision to leave Velvet Revolver for Stone Temple Pilots caused tension between Matt Sorum and Weiland. His departure from the group was announced on the April 2, 2008 edition of Camp Freddy Radio. Camp Freddy, with producer Mike Clink, were reportedly recording an album which would mirror their live shows, with guests performing on each track. So far, two tracks have been released: Cheap Trick's "Surrender" and Slade's "Merry Xmas Everybody". In 2009, Billy Morrison stated that "there will be a record. One day! When we all get around to finishing what we started."

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On Saturday evenings, band members - usually Morrison and Navarro - hosted a radio show from 6:00-8:00 on the Los Angeles-based Indie 103.1 FM radio station. In January 2014 " The band's final show was on December 31, 2013.

Members

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  • Chris Chaney - bass (2004–2014)
  • Donovan Leitch, Jr. - lead vocals (2002–2014)
  • Billy Morrison - rhythm guitar (2002–2014)
  • Dave Navarro - lead guitar (2002–2014)
  • Matt Sorum -drums, vocals
  • Former members

  • Scott Ford - bass (2002–2004)
  • Scott Weiland - lead vocals (2006–2008; died 2015)
  • Recurring Guest Members

    Camp Freddy Camp Freddy and The Surreal McCoys from the 930 Club Show
  • Sebastian Bach - lead vocals
  • Chester Bennington - lead vocals
  • Brandon Boyd - lead vocals
  • Jerry Cantrell - backing guitar
  • Tiffany Darwish - lead vocals
  • Greg Dulli - lead vocals
  • Sully Erna - lead vocals, backing guitar
  • Mark McGrath - lead vocals
  • Tom Morello - backing guitar
  • Chino Moreno - lead vocals
  • Mike Shinoda - lead vocals, backing guitar
  • Slash - backing guitar
  • Corey Taylor - lead vocals
  • Franky Perez - lead vocals
  • Fred Durst - lead vocals
  • Songs

    The Jean Genie2013
    Electro JackElectro Jack · 2004
    Twentieth Century BoyEmployee of the Month · 2006

    References

    Camp Freddy Wikipedia


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