Scott Weiland is extending his 'Purple at the Core' tour dates into the late summer. The rocker, who has been on the road for most of the year with his solo band the Wildabouts, will continue to perform music from Stone Temple Pilots two most successful records -- 'Core' and 'Purple.'

His continuing usage of Stone Temple Pilots music in his shows has been a thorn in the side of his former bandmates, who sued Weiland earlier this spring. They claimed that he sabotaged the band's attempts at a 20th anniversary tour in support of the 'Core' record and was trying to gain all the glory by scheduling his own dates singing the songs from the record. They also claimed that doing so violated a legal agreement the band had signed about the best interest of the band.

Weiland also has his own issues with his former mates as he feels their continuance with Chester Bennington as a lead vocalist also violates the aforementioned legal documents. Both sides currently have suits against each other trying to decide who has the rights to perform the music and use the name.

As for the solo tour, Weiland kicks things off on the West Coast with a two-night stand at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, Calif. Aug. 2 and 3. The trek runs through an Aug. 24 finale in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Weiland and the Wildabouts recently concluded their spring leg of dates and the vocalist will spend a majority of the summer with his new bride as they enjoy their first few months of marriage.

Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts 2013 Tour

8/2-3 -- West Hollywood, Calif. -- Viper Room
8/6 -- Sturgis, S.D. -- Full Throttle Saloon
8/8 -- Libertyville, Ill. -- Austin's Fuel Room
8/9 -- Detroit, Mich. -- Sound Board/Motor City Casino Hotel
8/11 -- Huntington, N.Y. -- Paramount
8/14 -- Asbury Park, N.J. -- Stone Pony
8/15 -- Portland, Maine -- Asylum
8/17 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Trocadero
8/18 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Fillmore
8/20 -- North Myrtle Beach, S.C. -- House of Blues
8/21 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Center Stage
8/23 -- Orlando, Fla. -- House of Blues
8/24 -- Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Revolution Live