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Who goes to a Creed concert in 2012?
An avowed non-fan of that '90s Florida post-grunge band, I still wanted to go -- with a hefty dose of irony, my ego hastens to add -- to see what sort of people would actually turn up for Scott Stapp and co.'s reunion tour at Beacon Theatre on Thursday night, 15 years after the band first peaked.
Creed has sold a staggering 40 million albums in their career, and while you may love to hate them for their preachy songs and heavy borrowing from Pearl Jam's everything, they're one of the most commercially successful rock bands of all time.
Last month, fans of the 90s Christian rock group Creed were shocked to learn that the band's lead singer Scott Stapp is broke and homeless via a rambling Facebook video in which Stapp opened up about his woes. As more information be... Read Post
Good news for fans of crunchy, power rock: Supergroup Creed is reuniting after a six-year hiatus and is recording a new album. Lead singer Scott Stapp, who's had a few brushes with the law over the years, says he's just... ... Read Post
Post by Ericka Sóuter. For all the talk about Amanda Bynes, she isn't the only big star from the '90s to go off the deep end recently. Turns out, Creed frontman Scott Stapp has had his fair share of issues. The rocker's estranged wi... Read Post