The former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver singer has apologized for making rude comments during a post-show meet-and-greet.
Scott Weiland has played around with glam before -- both with Stone Temple Pilots and in his solo career.
Scott Weiland says a rejuvenated solo career will keep him away from any live dates with the newly announced supergroup Art of Anarchy.
A new supergroup called Art of Anarchy will feature of Bumblefoot and Scott Weiland, along with John Moyer of Disturbed and twins Jon and Vince Votta.
Scott Weiland will resume his solo career in 2015 with a new album, 'Blaster,' due March 31, and a U.S. tour scheduled for the winter and spring.
Scott Weiland said he wasn't in jail for burglary and meth possession, and he meant it.
TMZ is reporting that former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland is in jail on a charge of methamphetamine possession.
Scott Weiland called the poor sales by Stone Temple Pilots' first album without him "unbelievable."
The singer says he would like to play a few high-profile dates with his old band for a quick payday.
Scott Weiland didn't exactly leave Velvet Revolver on friendly terms, but the singer and his former bandmates have had a few years to smooth things over -- and they'll celebrate their newfound harmony when they come together for a one-night-only reunion concert on Jan. 12 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, Calif.
The band will be just one part of an impressive lineup that's coming together to honor the memory of award-winning songwriter John O'Brien, who died earlier this year at the age of 45.