From playing covers to shows with an orginals only set list, Michael talks about the evolution of Steel Panther, the current music scene and more in a new interview with Pop Break.
PB: You guys started out doing a lot of covers, was there When you initially started doing original was their backlash?
MS: We never ever started playing original stuff unless we had something released. When put out Hole Patrol, we would play a few songs off that. And when we put out Feel the Steel we would put in three or four songs off their [in our set]. People just dug it, especially people who were huge fans, but we’d bust a cover for the people who were trained or expecting a cover show. But now it’s gotten to a point where people are bummed when we start playing Guns ‘n’ Roses because they want to hear Steel Panther.