It’s all a part of more than 200 hours of footage that both Shannon Hoon and his friend, photographer Danny Clinch, managed to film between 1990 and Hoon’s death.
Clinch is famously known man who has shot concert films for Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters – and now he’s seeking funds via Kickstarter to complete a documentary about the Hoon, partially built from the frontman’s own home-video archive.
Clinch is co-directing the film as part of a collective calling itself “Ladies and Gentleman,” one of the singer’s favorite phrases.
Danny goes on to day, “I was with the band when Rolling Stone gave Soup one-and-a-half stars and you hate to let one critic ruin your day and your vibe, but when Rolling Stone gives your record one-and-a-half stars, you’re pretty bummed,” he continues. “I’m hoping that this film is going to kick up some dust and get people to re-examine the music.”
CLICK HERE to watch a few clips that feature Shannon fooling around with his guitar, filming the now infamous “No Rain” video, and yes, even delivering pizza to Guns N’ Roses during a massive concert… completely naked, of course!