Want To See Scott Weiland in NYC on 11/26/2012?

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Scott Weiland is the enigmatic front man of not only the Stone Temple Pilots but also was fronting the band Velvet Revolver for a couple of albums before returning to touring and recording with STP. I loved those first two STP releases and that makes it a very exciting thing to know that Scott will be doing a “Greatest Hits” show at the Highline Ballroom on Monday 11/26. Thanks to the fine folks who book this awesome venue, we are going to put a few PiercingMetal readers into show for free. Pretty cool eh?

To Participate: Add a comment to this posting and name me two of your absolute favorite Scott Weiland compositions and why they affect you as such and I will be picking from the responses to find the very best ones. All topical comments will be approved and the winning ones will get a direct reply from me so keep your eyes open. We’ll be asking those who win to email us at the [email protected] account to be sure we have their real name for this list. It’s that simple.

Details:
When: Monday, November 26th 8pm (6pm doors)
Where: Highline Ballroom, 431 W 16th St. • New York, NY 10011 (212) 414-5994

Restrictions: While this contest is open to everyone, please be aware that if you just won something here that we are looking at new responders first to be fair to the world. My constant goal is to get new people enjoying this stuff whenever possible.

Official Links:
www.scottweiland.com
www.highlineballroom.com

Here’s a nice batch of music that Scott Weiland was a part of. If you don’t have these in your collection yet, you might as well start now.

3 thoughts on “Want To See Scott Weiland in NYC on 11/26/2012?”

  1. “Dead And Bloated” as it was the song that introduced me to the band…and then “The Big Empty” from The Crow soundtrack (originally) since it showed a different side of the band, and might be their best song ever

    1. Congratulations Marc, as you and a guest will be rocking out with Scott Weiland on Monday. Stay tuned for details. “The Big Empty” was also my very favorite tune from the band.

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