Matt Sorum says that they haven't got any more plans to do anything following one-off reunion earlier this month
Weiland played with Velvet Revolver for the first time since 2008 at a charity event in LA a couple of weeks ago.
"It was cool, man. We hadn’t played together in a long time. We soundchecked a few songs. We only played, like, three songs. But it was cool to be on stage and play music again. It was like riding a bike.”
Sorum said Slash was booked for the next year to support his upcoming solo album, and that a reunion with Weiland hasn’t yet been discussed.
The concert was organized to raise funds to support the family of late award-winning ASCAP composer John O’Brien. "Everyone had a good time and we raised some money for a really sad situation,” Sorum said. "John O’Brien passed away and left a pregnant wife and another child. And a lot of people turned out for the show... Amazing turnout.”
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