Kings of Leon Documentary “Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon”

Ever since the infamous performance of Caleb Followill, front man of Kings of Leon on August 11 in Dallas, Texas, fans of Kings of Leon music have been left with a wave of shock and curiosity as to what’s going on with the band members especially with Caleb Collowill‘s erratic behavior.

So much speculation went on after Caleb Followill sang four songs and then went on to rant to the crowd which included: Asking the audience to help him sing and finally he excused himself to go vomit backstage. He never returned and the concert was cut short.

Since then the tour dates for the US tour were rescheduled and then cancelled altogether. It was said that Caleb Followill abandoned the stage due to “vocal issues and heat exhaustion.” While other band mates tweeted that their were “internal sicknesses in the band.”

Though the people of Kings of Leon tried to remove all evidence of an awful performance in Dallas, Texas, they failed. You can find the footage of Caleb Followill on stage rambling on to the crowd and then exiting the stage all over the internet. There’s no doubt that Caleb Followill was drunk or under the influence of other substances.

In a new documentary, “Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon,” which will air on Showtime on August 21. Caleb Followill says that the documentary is all about “the good, the bad and the ugly,”of The Kings of Leon. From drunken fights, drug use and emotional confessions and revelations from the early beginnings of Kings of Leon.

You will take a trip down memory lane with Caleb, Nathan & Jared Collowill (all brothers) their cousin Matthew Collowill and the brothers’ father, a Pentecostal preacher who got them started as a rock group as he took them touring around their hometown in Mississippi.

Caleb Collowill stated: “A band’s normal struggles are when one guy’s doing drugs and the rest of them are not. When we did drugs or drank, we did it together. The only struggle for us was it took us four records before people took us seriously in this country.”

I suppose for Caleb Collowill doing drugs and getting drunk is okay if it’s done unison. However, on their last performance in the US, in Dallas, Texas the only one that was noticeably altered was Caleb Collowill.

If you want to know more, be sure to check out, Kings of Leon‘s new documentary: “Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon,” on Showtime on August 21! Leave your comments and opinions here on Cele Celeb!