During a break from Stone Temple Pilots in 1998, the late Scott Weiland unveiled a carnivalesque solo debut that marked his creative peak.
In some ways, STP's experimental 1996 album could be considered the true swan song of the late Scott Weiland – and he realized it, too.
Guitarist Dean DeLeo has opened up about Stone Temple Pilots' search for a new singer and the death of the band's original frontman Scott Weiland.
Those close to Weiland reveal he was struggling with bipolar disorder, the death of a friend and his parents' cancer diagnoses at the time of his death.
The 911 caller described Weiland as “stiff,” “not moving” and “hard as a rock.”
The afterlife of Scott Weiland is already shaping up to be as turbulent as his life.
The hirsute guitar god and singer Myles Kennedy performed the 2004 Velvet Revolver song in honor of the late Weiland during a New Year's Eve show in Las Vegas.
Artists like Scott Weiland, Lemmy Kilmister and Camera Obscura's Carey Lander left us in 2015, but their music will live on forever.
Scott Weiland's late-'90s supergroup the Wondergirls plan to issue a previously unheard track in the wake of the ex-Stone Temple Pilots frontman's death.
The band perform an early version of "Hollywood Bitch" in a 37-minute recording from STP's rehearsal for 'Saturday Night Live.'