Yngwie Malmsteen responds back on Facebook, May 20 2022 to Jeff Scott Soto's post on being told to leave club otherwise Malmsteen would cancel show.
"Hmmmm…. I think some people are making up stories to be in the media again Kids, don’t believe made up BS from people who are trying to stay relevant! He’s not important for me to cancel my show to my fans. On the other hand I was told by my agent that he snuck in there without paying so the security threw him out Certain people make up stories… turn up at my show, get kicked out by security because they snuck in the venue WITHOUT PAYING, then turn around make up a story to try and grab media attention… some people are sick. STOP stalking me and get help"
As posted on Jeff Scott Soto Facebook Page on May 20, 200
"Hey my peeps, here's a fun little diddy for ya! I went to the Canyon Club tonight, my local watering hole for the past 21 years, it's like my Cheers where everybody knows my name...I actually went to see one of the support bands who were killer btw, I hesitated on going because my former ahem 'boss' was headlining but I was not planning to stay anyway...well, word got to him I was in the house and I was kindly told as long as I am present, the show would be cancelled... Now I've seen it all!
I left as planned but it's kind of funny, I just had to share the ludicrousness (not a real word but seems to fit the detail) that continues in 2022, I laughed all the way home! I'm sure this will be shared like crazy but I couldn't help but sharing it with you all, good times! "
In 1984, Soto provided vocals for virtuoso guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen's debut album Rising Force and his next album Marching Out a year later.
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