MYRTLE BEACH, FL (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Gavin DeGraw and Collective Soul were celebrating the end of their co-headlining tour in Myrtle Beach before their last show at The House of Blues.
The decision to hit an unnamed watering hole the night before their final show ended in punches, that lead to twittering, according to the Peach Buzz.
The appearance of pop star Gavin DeGraw and the rock band Collective Soul caused a brawl for the local patrons who did not care for the rock stars being there. Fans on the Rock stars twitter account got the proverbial blow by blow.
The tweet according to Gavin Degraw’s Twitter went as follows:
Me and my crew just got in a 20 man brawl with a group of juiced up assholes. I guess they think that just cos I write love songs that I….Won’t throw down like a man. They were slow and drunk, but that woopin is gonna hurt worse than their hangovers. Goodnite to those……Douches
According to Collective Soul front man Ed Roland’s tweet it was a jealous punch after a woman in the bar “made a comment to her boyfriend about either my brother or Gavin being a good-looking dude.” Roland said the woman’s boyfriend then “went for Gavin but got [his brother] Dean” in the face.
“First shot I’ve taken to the face,” Dean Roland wrote on the Collective Soul Twitter account.
DeGraw and Roland have been banned from the city for a year. DeGraw and Collective Soul, were still able to make their Monday night show as it is in North Myrtle Beach. Their ban is contained to Myrtle Beach city limits only. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers