Stone Temple Pilots, classic alternative rock band will be performing a streaming concert live tomorrow night, October 16 at 5 pm PT. The band members will be revisiting their studio album “Purple” to be played in its entirety. The album launched them into rock and roll fame back in 1994 with multiple hits including “Interstate Love Song”, “Vasoline” and “Big Empty”.
“Purple” was the bands second studio album and by far its most popular granting them general acclaim in the rock world and selling over six million copies.
We hope you all plan to join us one week from tonight for our live performance of Purple! If you haven’t already, purchase your pass and exclusive merch here: watch.stonetemplepilots.com/
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The band seems to be on a roll of performing previous albums during this quarantine shut down as they previously hosted another livestream concert earlier this year playing their 1992 album “Core”.
The band has had a long career in rock and roll music that has expanded over the past four decades. While the band will be sticking to their hits from the 90’s they have recently come out with a new studio album entitled “Perdida”. The album was released early 2020 and takes the band away from their rock roots and more into an acoustic direction.
For those looking for an interesting BC connection, the American band was in Abbotsford back in 2013 to play a concert when they showed up two hours late and playing a shortened set of songs. They released a statement the following day saying their lead singer at the time Scoot Weiland was to be on vocal rest for 48 hours. He was fired a couple months later.
The concert will be streamed through the bands website with tickets being sold at the same web address. costing 14 dollars. There is an option to upgrade to a ticket bundle that will include a concert t-shirt of the original albums cover for 46 dollars. The link to purchase tickets is available here.