Drugged and Rocking Out
Posted 6/20/2013 10:07:00 AM

Rolling Stone recently published a list of their top 10 drug-inspired performance. We've collected a few (specifically that CJ has mentioned on air) and posted below, for your convenience below.  

No matter how much your buddies brag about their "trips", nothing is more badass playing the most memorable concert in history while attempting to tame a wild snake. That's what was running through Carlos Santana's mind during this performance.

Neil Young
Some people seem to know their limits. Neil Young is a man that can hold his coke down and still put on a good performance.

Blind Melon
For bands that get used to touring nightly, playing a daytime show can be an interesting change of pace. So can wearing a dress and going under the influence of LSD. This was the exact scenario Blind Melon faced at Woodstock 94.

Keith Moon
The Who drummer Keith Moon had a hard time staying awake during this 1973 concert. The drummer took a mixture of brandy and tranquilizers and proved just how hard it is to keep a beat while the beat of your heart slows down.

Van Halen
When the money is too good to turn down, you've got to find a way to play no matter how beaten down your body is. That's exactly what David Lee Roth did at this Heavy Metal Day Festival.

George Harrison
George Harrison's 1974 tour gained a lot of hype and ticket sales following the depature of the Beatles in 1966. Harrison had a rough time battling with laryngitis mixed with cocaine.

Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
As musician's it is important to all be on the same page, even if that means all doing cocaine. Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young were all heavily under the influence during their 1974 tour.

Green Day
Unfortunately not everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong had to face the consequences of this performance freak-out in rehab.

You will never sleep again after watching this

Hollywood Skinny & Gaga P*ssy

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