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Tag Archives: Creed

Scott Stapp debuts autobiographical video for “Purpose For Pain”

Posted by on April 12, 2019

Scott Stapp recently announced a brand new solo record called The Space Between the Shadows and now released the first official music video for “Purpose For Pain.” The video depicts a young Stapp brought up in a dysfunctional home and searching for an escape. Director Daniel E Catullo III filmed the video in Joshua Tree, California and […]

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Scott Stapp clarifies Scott Weiland’s ghost did not speak to him

Posted by on April 20, 2017

Last week, GQ published an article stating the Art of Anarchy/Creed frontman Scott Stapp was visited by the late Scott Weiland’s ghost. Alternative Nation noticed something off about this story, thinking it was more of an excuse to take shots at Stapp for outdated Creed jokes. The site recently interviewed Stapp and moved forward to 2017 […]

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Video: Scott Stapp takes A Day to Remember “Higher”

Posted by on July 20, 2016

While it had been reported that A Day to Remember was joined by Scott Stapp onstage at the Alternative Press Music Awards on Monday to sing Creed’s 1999 hit “Higher,” we weren’t able to find video of it when we wrote our recap of alt rock’s biggest evening. However, Starset singer Dustin Bates was there […]

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It’s official: Creed singer Scott Stapp to front Art of Anarchy

Posted by on May 3, 2016

Something interesting and fun to do when it comes to rumors regarding the moves a band may be planning on doing, is speculating how likely they are to happen or trying to foretell what the outcome of said rumors would be. Yesterday, the rumors about former Creed frontman Scott Stapp’s involvement in a big project […]

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Stone Temple Pilots: No Scott Stapp in our band

Posted by on May 2, 2016

The rumor that former Creed singer Scott Stapp might be the new vocalist of Stone Temple Pilots spread like wildfire earlier today when he was interviewed by an Atlanta radio show and said he could neither confirm nor deny that he might be in the band. For their part, STP couldn’t confirm, but could definitely […]

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Is Scott Stapp joining Stone Temple Pilots?

Posted by on May 2, 2016

Stone Temple Pilots have been on auto-pilot (derp) since last year, when Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington left the band in November. And while they’re more in the public spotlight these days due to the sad death of former frontman Scott Weiland, they haven’t named a new vocalist yet. Given that they’re a legacy band with a catalog full […]

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Ten Second Songs makes Bieber bearable

Posted by on February 19, 2016

Pretty much any time Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs has covered something, we’ve written about it. He’s covered Adele, Taylor Swift (twice!) and Linkin Park in 20 (mainly metal) styles. Not only is it insanely entertaining, but it’s a showcase of Vincent’s incredible talent. Maybe he should consider auditioning for the Stone Temple Pilots. […]

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Scott Stapp of Creed reviews ‘Creed’ for Funny of Die

Posted by on November 23, 2015

Scott Stapp sure has a sense of humor about himself. Take, for example, last year when he posted a hysterical video when he said that he was under a vicious attack and claimed that the CIA was behind Alcoholics Anonymous. Okay, maybe that was an actual video he made from a hotel room that wasn’t […]

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Creed singer Scott Stapp is bipolar

Posted by on May 13, 2015

In news that will shock and surprise no one, Scott Stapp has admitted that he was under the influence of alcohol and drugs in the past year when he went on a Facebook rant stating that his bank accounts were frozen and when he texted his wife telling her that the CIA was behind Alcoholics Anonymous. […]

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Scott Stapp got some help

Posted by on March 25, 2015

Loudwire is reporting that troubled Creed vocalist Scott Stapp has successfully completed a rehab program. The news come from former Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti, who revealed the good news during a recent interview. Said Tremonti: “Thank God he got through it all and his family got him into treatment. I think he went through a 90-day […]

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