Attends Deuces Wild Premiere
Wild, Scott Kalvert’s movie about 1950s Brooklyn street gangs, features more beefcake than you’ll find in a Bruce Weber photo spread. So it’s no surprise that there was plenty of pulchritude on display at last week’s New York premiere.
Joining chiseled cast members Stephen Dorff, Balthazar Getty and Norman Reedus at perennial Chelsea hot spot Lot 61 were Helena Christensen, Natane Adcock, Bridget Hall, Elisabeth Kieselstein-Cord, Liev Schreiber, and platinum-topped singer
article at Style.com
Caught Panty Shopping
Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland was spotted on the streets
of New York on Wednesday (April 17) in his pajamas, asking where
he could find women's panties, reports the New York Post.
It turns out that Weiland wasn't planning on trouble this time
around. He was just trying to find underwear for his wife, model
Mary Forsberg, because their luggage had been lost on an airline.
A stranger pointed Weiland in the right direction, motioning
to a nearby Wolford's.
Stone Temple Pilots' next gig on its spring tour is New York
City's Hammerstein Ballroom on Tuesday (April 23).
by Darren Davis for Launch
Spring Tour Begins!
April 13, 2002
spring tour began last night with STP playing in Austin, TX
at the Auditorium Shores. They played a setlist including some
rare live songs such as Shine On You Crazy Diamond (cover
of Pink Floyd), Big Bang Baby, Kitchenware & Candybars.
Here's hoping the rest of the tour includes has more rare songs
Check out some pictures
from the Official
An Interview With Stone Temple Pilots' Robert DeLeo
April 11, 2002
has posted an interview with Robert DeLeo discussing how STP
came to be and writing for Aerosmith and Ozzy Osbourne. Check
it out here.
Opening Band Announced For Spring Tour
April 8, 2002
Home Town Hero has
been announced as the opening band for the upcoming Stone Temple
Pilots tour. They will open all non-festival dates on the tour.
In addition to Home Town Hero, Puddle of Mudd will also be opening
up the April 25th show at the O'Connell Center in Gainesville,
From the Official
April 5, 2002
Scott has posted another audio message on the
Official Site and had this to say:
"Hello everyone. I just thought I'd leave a message to
say that I look forward to seeing you on tour in a couple of
weeks. I believe you'll find us well-oiled and lethal. We've
all been healthy and on good behavior so we should be at our
best. We especially look forward to the shows that we're doing
on our own cause we'll be able to play a better cross section
of material. We'll be rehearsing the 7th, 8th, and 9th and trying
to incorporate some songs that we haven't played very often
or haven't played in a while or haven't played at all. We all
should be in for quite an experience, you, as well as us."
Listen by clicking here
Family Values 2001 Tour CD Coming Soon
April 5, 2002
Family Values 2001 Tour CD is set to be released on May 7th
and is available for pre-order at the Stone
Temple Pilots Official Store.
STP appears on four tracks including:
"Creep" (featuring Staind's Aaron Lewis)