So sad! Iconic rocker Scott Weiland has been found dead aboard his tour bus on Dec. 3 in Minnesota. It’s unclear what his cause of death was, but Scott was only 48 years old.
This is a serious rock ‘n roll tragedy with news that former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland has been found dead while on tour with his band Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts. They were supposed to play at the Medina Ballroom in suburban Minneapolis, but Scott was found dead aboard his tour bus shortly before the band was to take the stage.
Stone Temple Pilots and frontman Chester Bennington amicably parted ways on Nov. 9, but that didn’t stop the band from taking the stage on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ later that night. Luckily for them, the group had already been set up with a new lead singer: Joss Stone, who rocked an EPIC rendition of the band’s ‘Interstate Love Song.’ See it here!
Sorry Chester Bennington, but it looks like you’ve been replaced! The Stone Temple Pilots‘ frontman announced his departure from the band on Nov. 9, just hours before they were set to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Luckily for the group, the late-night host had already arranged to have them perform alongside Joss Stone, 28, who stunned with her rendition of the band’s grunge anthem, “Interstate Love Song.” Click here to watch!
So shocking! The Stone Temple Pilots announced on Feb. 27 that they fired their lead singer, the voice behind the band’s biggest hits in the 1990s.
Scott Weiland and the Stone Temple Pilots may be engaged in a long legal battle after the band terminated their lead singer on Feb. 27. A reason for the firing has not been revealed, but Scott is not happy at all.