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What's the deal with this, exactly? That's what we want to know, too. Luckily, The Sudbury Star got to the man himself to ask the tough questions. A few excerpts: The Star: Tell me about…   Read Story »
Hey, there were some good videos this week! Two of the five videos below come from the directing team of Casey Raymond and Ewan James Morris, neither of whom I'd ever heard of before. They even came…   Read Story »
When Scott Weiland's Christmas Album got announced, it was one of those things that was so easy to make fun of that you kind of had no other choice but to ignore -- no matter what you could come up…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland has a Christmas album, you guys! Just in time for the holidays, by which I mean, just in time for Halloween. But, hey, at least this batch of covers is a little more uplifting than…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland definitely wants us to think he's cool. On his website, the Stone Temple Pilots frontman is selling a digital-only comp that features covers of cool songs, all curated in a weirdly…   Read Story »
Stone Temple Pilots played the Woodlands in Houston, Texas Sunday night, and it looks like it might be the band's last show for a while. According to a review from the Houston Press, STP went on an…   Read Story »
Scott Weiland fell off the stage at a show in Cincinnati last night, while his "backing track" or perhaps "lead vocal track" kept going. But he's okay! So decide for yourself if he was lipsyncing…   Read Story »
Hole and Stone Temple Pilots both played SXSW this year, perhaps working some deep, deep viral marketing for Hot Tub Time Machine, or perhaps not. Maybe it's just auspicious timing that two bands…   Read Story »
We've established grunge nostalgia's at a fever pitch. STP aren't dummies, so they're touring (mostly casinos, apparently) even if it means ignoring one another offstage. Meanwhile Weiland's got a…   Read Story »
Since '97, BTM has tracked the rise and spectacular falls of 168 artists, most recently New Kids On The Block last fall. It was the network's signature program before the Flavorrr Flaaav years. You…   Read Story »