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Scott Weiland

Reinvention remains an art form for Scott Weiland. After multi-platinum success with alternative rock luminaries Stone Temple Pilots, he went on to front Velvet Revolver alongside some of the most legendary musicians in rock, carving a second legacy in the process. In between, he released two critically acclaimed and artistically provocative solo albums 1998’s 12 Bar Blues and “Happy” in Galoshes in 2008. His voice propelled some of the biggest hits in rock history including “Sex Type Thing”, “Wicked Garden”, “Creep”, “Interstate Love Song”, “Vasoline”, “The Big Empty”, “Sour Girl”, “Down”, and more. In addition to cumulatively selling 44 million records worldwide, he’s garnered two Grammy Awards in the category of “Best Hard Rock Performance”—in 2005 for “Slither” and in 1994 for “Plush”. However, 2014 sees him undergo his most powerful reinvention to date with The Wildabouts. On their first official studio album Blaster, Weiland, guitarist Jeremy Brown, bassist Tommy Black, and drummer Danny Thompson elegantly infuse raw rock ‘n’ roll with a poetic, passionate, and pure perspective. Produced by Rick Parker [Black Rebel Motorcycle Club], it’s as unadulterated as it is unique. It’s Scott Weiland reborn.

My Bands Sessions

Friday, March 20


Saturday, March 21