The men of Fall Out Boy have made their triumphant return with their first album in five years Save Rock And Roll debuting at #1, kicked off a huge tour with an evolved stadium audience, and hit the exclusive Yahoo! On The Road stage for some of the biggest FOB fans in the country. But things weren't always sweetness and light.
When asked to share some of the shenanigans witnessed during their many years of touring before the show, lead singer Patrick Stump got right to the thorn in all traveling bands' behinds -- literally. And having been on our own Y! tour bus for a bit, the lessons learned ring all too true.
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"I have to be delicate in describing: Many people don't know this, but you're not allowed to use the full capacity of the facilities, the bathroom, on a bus," cautioned Stump. Bassist Pete Wentz knowingly laughed.
Stump continued, "One time we had a makeup girl for a photo shoot, and she had to do makeup on the bus. Then she kinda hung around too long and it was weird, but the coup de grâce was that she, yeah, she left a little something in the bathroom. It was really brutal. I mean, it was just a brutal thing to do."
Adding another horror story, Wentz told us, "There was a band we were on tour with where one of the guys would get drunk and he'd be like, 'I don’t care, I'm just gonna [use the full capacity of the facilities] on this bus.' But then he would leave $500 out on the table and be all, 'It's cool, I paid for it!' But everyone still has to sit in the smell of it, it was awful.
Wentz's proceeding metaphor about stealing cars and leaving money behind jogged Stumps memory about a truly unmatchable shenanigan that belonged to a vintage Bobby Brown. "A friend of ours used toRead More »from Fall Out Boy Slays Madison Stage, Shares Price of Admission to Their Tour Bus Bathroom