Stone Temple Pilots Pay Tribute to Scott Weiland One Year After His Death"Here we are. A year has passed since you’ve been gone," the band writes. "We often think of you and are reminded of you daily with many memories."
Scott Weiland's Widow Struggling with "Enormous Amount of Debt"despite Scott Weiland's massive success as a musician, his estate included a number of major debts.
Dean and Robert DeLeo Discuss Search For New Stone Temple Pilots Singer, Scott Weiland's Passing + MoreThe brothers stopped by The Kevin & Bean Show this morning to talk about their search for a new singer for the band, Scott Weiland's passing, and more.
Stone Temple Pilots Honor Scott Weiland with Emotional Video“Dean and Eric and I wanted to honor Scott and we thought the best way to do that would be musically.”
Scott Weiland's Death Due to Drug CocktailAccording to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner in Minneapolis, Weiland died of "an accidental overdose of cocaine, ethanol and, methylenedioxyamphetamine.
Chris Cornell Dedicates 'Say Hello To Heaven' to Scott WeilandThe track, penned for the Temple of the Dog project, was originally a tribute to late Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood.
Scott Weiland's Ex-Wife Writes Open Letter: "He Chose to Give Up""We are angry and sad about this loss, but we are most devastated that he chose to give up."
Archives: Stryker Interviews Stone Temple Pilots in 2010Stryker interviewed Stone Temple Pilots at the KROQ Studios back in 2010 about their new self-titled album. Here are some clips of the late Scott Weiland from that interview.
Scott Weiland's Legacy: Great Songs. Critics Be Damned.Scott Weiland wrote hits that critics didn't want to understand. These naysayers ended up eating their words. Here's why.
Kevin & Bean Archives: Breakfast With Stone Temple PilotsListen to Kevin & Bean's Breakfast With Stone Temple Pilots when they performed on the rooftop of the Hyatt in 1996.
Kat Corbett Reflects On Scott Weiland's 2008 Almost Acoustic Christmas Interview"I loved STP but this was the Scott Weiland after the drugs, a shell of what he once was and I was terrified."
Billy Corgan Eulogies Scott Weiland"...I confessed to Scott, as well as the band many times, how wrong I'd been in assessing their native brilliance."