Two-time gold medalist Shaun White is looking for a third Rolling Stone cover, this time as a Warner Bros.-signed guitarist, with his band Bad Things. He's certainly a decent guitarist, doling out patient sheets of Edge-style atmosphere, and he's gone from the giddy ginger frizzmaster of snowboarding fame to a sleek I'm-a-fun.-guy sexpot with a Chris Isaaky fluff-over haircut. His band, however, is an imperfect storm of anonymous post-Grouplove L.A. fashion rockers still going through their growing pains (like knowing a tom-tom looks less awkward on a stand than in your hand). But they were part of one of the day's most beautifully bizarre scenes. Bad Things were surprise guests on the Kidzapalooza stage, playing in front of an area sectioned off for 10-and-unders (a few little Brooklyn Vegans were even up front shooting with camera phones). Though lead singer Davis LeDuke was a little unpolished when it came to vibing with kiddies — at one point joked that they "sucked" and a tot scolded him for his pottymouth — their special guest, Perry Ferrell had no problems playing awesome uncle. He came out to guest with the band on the Stooges' "Search and Destroy," made his body all rubbery, did Townshend-style windmills, and sang directly to the kids as if there wasn't a small crowd of curious adults in the back.