On April 18, 1974, Mark Tremonti was born into the world in Detroit, Mich. Years later, the guitar great has carved out his place in rock history, delivering a string of hits with three different rock bands -- Creed, Alter Bridge and his own self-titled band Tremonti. With just shy of 20 years in the music industry, Tremonti has been part of a wealth of great songs, but which one is his best? That's the subject of this Readers Poll.
After releasing his solo album 'Proof of Life' earlier this month, Creed singer Scott Stapp has announced that he will hit the road in support of the disc beginning in March (dates below). In addition, the video for 'Slow Suicide,' the album's first single, has just been released (watch above).
Scott Stapp has been hard at work in the studio and his new solo album 'Proof of Life' is set to drop on Nov. 5. Leading up to its release, Loudwire is teaming up with Stapp to bring you the exclusive album stream (listen below).
During some time away from Creed, vocalist Scott Stapp has capitalized on the free time, preparing to unveil his second solo disc, ‘Proof of Life,’ early next month. As we near the release date, Stapp has shared the lyric video for the first single ‘Slow Suicide’ via Yahoo! (watch above).
The members of Creed have been busy on other projects since their last album, 2009's 'Full Circle.' Vocalist Scott Stapp released his memoir 'Sinner's Creed' last year, and will also be unleashing his second solo album, 'Proof of Life,' on Nov. 5.
Creed singer Scott Stapp has just released his official memoir, 'Sinner's Creed.' You might not think Stapp's bio would be as interesting as noted works by rockers such as Nikki Sixx and Keith Richards, but you might want to read the book with your eyes wide open.
Creed vocalist Scott Stapp is among those voicing his political concerns as the presidential race heats up. The singer says that while he was fully behind Barack Obama in 2008, he's not exactly thrilled with what he's seen from our current leader.
The American people take their politics seriously, and when an individual is elected to office, the citizens who put them in office deserve full transparency when it comes to his or her policies. Currently, the Chicago Teachers Union is on strike for increased pay and to block changes to their health benefits, among other demands, but one brave protester challenged Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on an even more important issue -- whether or not Emanuel is a fan of Nickelback.
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