New in the Idolator tips inbox: A press release with the title “Scott Stapp Returns to the Top of the Billboard Album Charts With Creed’s Full Circle Debuting At No. 2.” Huh? More »
The best sentence I’ve read all
day week: “Surrounded by candles, Stapp strummed an acoustic guitar, with an annotated Bible open on the table in front of him, next to a closed copy of The Art of War.” Especially when I think of it in the context of this headline: “Creed’s Stapp Talks Breakup, Make-Up and Shaved Head.” Oh, Rolling Stone, thank you for giving me something to giggle uncontrollably about after a too-long workweek. [RS] More »
As a way of getting in touch with his fans, greasy yarler Scott Stapp has started up a Twitter, which so far has one update (“im in the studio tracking new music!!”) and 116 followers. But it’s who Stapp is following on the microblogging service that is notable—especially after all the scuttlebutt regarding a reunion of his former band last year.
Billboard finally got wind of the rumor that Alter Bridge lead singer Myles Kennedy would be filling in for Robert Plant on the “half of Led Zeppelin plus the dead drummer’s son” tour that’ll bill itself as a Led Zep reunion to overly credulous classic rock fans next year, with anonymous “sources” feeding their reporters the same bits of speculation that Dee Snider was more than willing to blab about a few weeks ago. But buried at the very end of the piece is another reunion-related revelation that should chill your bones:
Scott Stapp’s been doing some traveling–to the… More »
are forcedprepare to join our loved ones and reaffirm the positive things that have happened to us in 2007, take comfort in the fact that former Creed and current Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti is as irritated by Scott Stapp as the rest of world, meaning no future Creed product. Also, Stapp’s one of those creepy exes who can’t stop sending “hey, what’s up?” text messages long after the relationship’s over.
At left, the mug shot for former Creed singer Scott Stapp, who is currently on “supervised release” from the Palm Beach County Jail after being accused of assaulting his wife, Jaclyn Nesheiwat, with an Orangina bottle over the weekend. More »