IT SEEMS SCOTT WEILAND STILL WANTS TO PERFORM WITH HIS OLD VELVET REVOLVER BANDMATES. THE FORMER STONE TEMPLE PILOTS SINGER SAYS HE HAS NO PROBLEM WITH THE REST OF THE GUYS. "I EVEN CALLED THE GUYS TO PROPOSE THE IDEA OF DOING SOME SHOWS TOGETHER IN A FEW MONTHS. WE ARE ON GOOD TERMS, BUT I DO NOT WANT TO BE A MEMBER OF VELVET REVOLVER FULL TIME. IF POSSIBLE, I WOULD LIKE TO ONLY PLAY AT FESTIVALS. YOU KNOW, TO MAKE EASY MONEY." WEILAND WAS BOOTED FROM THE BAND IN 2008, BUT DID A BRIEF REUNION PERFORMANCE WITH THEM AT A BENEFIT IN 2012.

SOUNDGARDEN AND NINE INCH NAILS LAUNCH THEIR CO-HEADLINING TOUR TOMORROW IN LAS VEGAS. BOTH ACTS WILL BE PLAYING FULL SETS EACH NIGHT. AND THOUGH THEY'VE NEVER TOURED TOGETHER BEFORE, SOMETHING LINKS THEM TOGETHER: THEIR MOST POPULAR ALBUMS, SUPERUNKNOWN AND THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL, WERE RELEASED ON THE SAME DAY IN 1994.

DRUMMER JACK IRONS, WHO IS A FORMER MEMBER OF BOTH PEARL JAM AND RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, TURNS 52 TODAY.