CHICAGO (AFP) – Their albums may have gone platinum but a concert by popsters Creed left some fans distinctly unimpressed — so much so they sued for a refund.
Four fans that attended a December 2002 concert by Creed outside Chicago filed a class action lawsuit in circuit court here Monday seeking two million dollars in damages from the band, its promoters, and the ticket-sellers.
The disgruntled concertgoers allege in court papers that the band’s lead singer Scott Stapp was so “intoxicated and/or medicated that he was unable to sing the lyrics of a single Creed song.”
How shocking, a rock band on drugs and/or alcohol. Who would have this day would ever come about. In the old days drugged out and inebriated bands could still make it all the way through the show.
Actually I enjoy Creed and their quasi-Christian lyrics. I believe that their singer is a PK (Preachers Kid) and I think it is mandatory that they act up. At least PKs are not normally a problems we have in the Catholic Church.