Stone Temple Pilots: Grammy-Winning Rockers Live On Stage
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The last date listed for Stone Temple Pilots was Wednesday November 3, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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“…No band has ever combined grunge and glam better than Stone Temple Pilots, much to fans’ delight….Two of _Core_’s unimpeachable smashes, ‘Plush’ and ‘Sex Type Thing,’ prompted huge chant alongs from the audience. Even a new song, ‘Between the Lines,’ got the pit singing.”—Tampa Bay Times
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Stone Temple Pilots (Scott Weiland, Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo & Eric Kretz) bring their unique sound back to the Pacific Northwest. STP is one of the most commercially successful rock bands of the ‘90s, selling nearly 40 million records worldwide, including 17.5 million in the US, before taking a break in 2003. The band has had 16 top ten singles on the Billboard rock charts, seven of which peaked at #1, and one #1 album for Purple in 1994. That same year, the band won a Grammy for “Best Hard Rock Performance” for the song “Plush” from the album Core. Stone Temple Pilots were also ranked #40 on VH1’s The 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.
In other news, Stone Temple Pilots just released the amazing new single “Cinnamon” from their acclaimed album, Stone Temple Pilots. Produced by Stone Temple Pilots and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge (Green Day, Dave Matthews Band, My Chemical Romance), Stone Temple Pilots sees one of rock’s greatest bands continuing to explore their enduring approach to music — melding big riffs, classic pop hooks, and the restless experimentalism of glam, punk, and psychedelia. The album also features the chart topping hit singles “Between the Lines” and “Take a Load Off.”