In the mid-1970's, a character actor named Sylvester Stallone was having very little, if any success in the industry. Even after more than a dozen credits to his name from 1970 to 1975, his initial roles included an uncredited wedding guest, a man in the crowd and a subway thug. In fact, Stallone
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Scott Stapp discusses stealing supermarket motor scooters and making crazed calls to his son's school.
Former frontman talks about how his overdosing on prescription drugs led to psychotic episodes.
Scott Stapp, the former frontman for Creed , one of the biggest rock bands of the late 90s and early 2000s, was once known for multi-platinum hits like "My Sacrifice," "With Arms Wide Open" and "Higher." Then Stapp became infamous for a very public meltdown that went on for months last year, in
The actor best known for his roles in 'Seventh Heaven' and 'Party of Five' now has come "Full Circle."
This week, One Direction return with their fourth album, Wilco drop four discs of rare cuts, David Bowie chronicles his entire career in three discs, Lorde curates the soundtrack for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,” Paul McCartney gets the tribute treatment, art-rock outfit TV On The Radio
Creed front man Scott Stapp says MTV's recent stories questioning the injuries he suffered in an auto accident last month show the network's "lack of humanity" and "lack of media integrity." In an exclusive interview with ABC Radio's ePrep, Stapp said he was upset with MTV for implying that he
The rock band Creed canceled remaining dates on its North American tour after lead singer Scott Stapp was injured in an auto accident. According to a statement released by the band's record label Wind-Up Records, the singer's car was struck by another vehicle and "his body absorbed a
His story seems awfully familiar: A religious childhood with missionary parents creates more questions than answers. Spiritual rebellion is followed by a cathartic musical awakening. Add in his distinctive baritone voice, and his story could be grasped by the masses with arms wide open. No, this