Stone Temple Pilots apparently fired frontman Scott Weiland earlier this year and now the band has filed a lawsuit against the singer, claiming that he plotted to sabotage their 20th anniversary tour, among other accusations.
Scott Weiland is now weighing in with his own official response to today's news that he has been fired from Stone Temple Pilots. The vocalist stated as recently as yesterday that all was still good with his longtime band, telling Rolling Stone, "STP has not broken up. I haven't quit. I haven't been fired." He even added that they were talking about when they wanted to tour again.
I'm a big fan of a good cover song. When I go to a concert for a band I like and they belt out journey tune, or something epic from Britney Spears I go crazy. In honor of that I decided to create the top 10 most awesome cover songs!
Stone Temple Pilots fans in Abbotsford, British Columbia, last night (Sept. 17) had to exercise an extreme amount of patience in order to see the band play live as the rockers finally took to the stage two hours after the opening band without any explanation to ticket-holders regarding their tardiness.
Current Stone Temple Pilots frontman and former Velvet Revolver vocalist Scott Weiland has released a digital album full of covers. The singer gives his interpretations of songs from Nirvana, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, The Rolling Stones and more.
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