Nic and Big J of the Boise, Idaho radio station 100.3 The X Rocks conducted an interview with GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna and drummer Shannon Larkin at this year's Rock On The Range, which is being held May 15-17 at MAPFRE Stadium (formerly Crew Stadium) in Columbus. Asked how everything is going for GODSMACK at the moment, Sully responded: "Things are really good, I must admit. So I'm in rehab and getting cortisone shots in my spine, and I'm like… I'm, like, suck it up, I do my PT [physical therapy], I get ready, the first show goes great.
I never really wanted to be alienated from society, or the public, or people that I used to bump elbows with and have a beer with.
Lawrence, Massachusetts, the place where I grew up, instilled that kind of integrity in me and those kind of values.
Out of an abundance of caution, it was decided to have him be further evaluated by medical personnel off site and end the performance prior to the completion of the encore." Sully apologized to the GODSMACK fans in New Jersey the next day, writing on Twitter: "Montclair NJ!
Sully Erna Musician, Actor, Writer, Producer “And so as these years roll on/I always come back to where I belong,” sings Sully Erna on the title track to his new solo album and BMG debut, Hometown Life, the follow-up to 2010’s Avalon.
He’s even hoping people who’ve never even heard of his other band will embrace the new album. “The people who have followed me and can appreciate it, I encourage them to explore.