READING FESTIVAL 1993

The Reading and Leeds Festivals are a pair of annual rock music festivals that take place in Reading and Leeds in England. The events take place simultaneously on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend, sharing the same bill. The Reading Festival is held at Little John’s Farm on Richfield Avenue…

STP BEST BUY EDITION

Losing two singers in such a short period is really one of the biggest tragedies in rock history, to see STP come back with a new album with some really triumphant sounding songs is powerful especially on the first few listens. Scott and Chester’s spirits are definitely felt throughout the album. The album kicks off…

CREEP

This early ’90s Grunge classic has some intriguing lyrics:“Take time with a wounded hand ’cause it likes to heal”,“Take time with a wounded hand ’cause I like to steal”. The “Wounded Hand” could belong to Jesus Christ, simply because Jesus was a healer and of course he had nails driven through his hands. Also, you…

WHERE THE RIVER GOES

A band composition from Stone Temple Pilots first album, this song is about going where life takes you: “I wanna be big as a mountain, I wanna fly high as the sun”. They came up with the riff the first time they jammed with Dean DeLeo, who replaced Corey Hickok on guitar. Dean is five…

A HARD ROCK SURPRISE OF THE YEAR

The quartet’s six-month-old debut album “Core” has sold more than 500,000 copies and is No. 25 on the national sales chart. The L.A.-based group is all over MTV and radio, and has played arenas with Megadeth and toured Europe on its own. What better way to increase the momentum than to be the opening act…

HEADBANGERS BALL

“This is a song called ‘Plush.’ ” That was Scott Weiland’s introduction to a stripped-down performance of Stone Temple Pilots’ monster hit (#39 on Billboard‘s Hot 100, #18 on their Mainstream Top 40, #9 on their Modern Rock and #1 on their Album Rock Tracks charts) on MTV’s Headbangers Ball show. “Plush” has often gotten…

HARD TO THE CORE

The Daytona Beach Bandshell is an amphitheatre located at Ocean Avenue, north of the junction of Main Street and Atlantic Avenue. On March 5, 1999, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. On April 18, 2012, the AIA’s Florida Chapter placed the Daytona Beach Bandshell on its list of Florida Architecture:…

I WON’T USE MEGAPHONE IN LIVE SHOW

New STONE TEMPLE PILOTS vocalist Jeff Gutt said in an interview with Detroit News that one of late STP singer Scott Weiland’s signature stage props — a megaphone — will not find its way into Gutt’s act. According to The Pulse Of Radio, Gutt explained that the megaphone was “sacred” with Weiland, adding, “There’s nothing…

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

In November 20, 1993, the band was the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” with host Nicole Kidman. Brothers Shawn and Lonnie Tubbs help out again (guitar and percussion respectively) on the acoustic rendition of “Creep”, just like the night before for MTV’s Unplugged. “Naked Sunday” is performed by STP as a 4-piece electric band….

IRVING PLAZA 2000 NEW YORK

“Every time we play here it’s always a really wonderful experience,” Scott Weiland said midway through Stone Temple Pilots’ secret show at New York’s Irving Plaza on Wednesday. “As long as I don’t wind up in jail.” Weiland, the frontiest frontman in the rock business, brought his band to the scene of his cancelled ’98…

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS LEGACY

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