Footage of Scott Stapp performing ‘Broken’ on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Ronald Reagan on September 24th while the ship remained on station in the Gulf of Oman has been posted at the former Creed singer’s YouTube channel. “It’s a dream come true to be on an aircraft carrier,” Stapp said. “The most important reason we came out was to say how much we appreciate the sacrifice and the service that you have dedicated your lives to.” Watch the performance below.
Former Creed singer Scott Stapp and his band checked in with fans on his YouTube channel with a special ‘New Crazy Video’ holiday clip. After Stapp goofed off in a southern accent, the guys got serious to wish fans a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. “My Christmas gift to you was a smile, so I hope I made you smile,” Stapp said, adding that “The best is yet to come in ’08”. The video ends with Stapp on the piano.
The clip at YouTube has since been removed.
Former Creed singer Scott Stapp checked in with fans from the Holy Grail studios in Nyack, New York, where the 34-year-old is working on a new album. Stapp introduces fans to his new band, who talked about the sound of the new disc. “We all met in various ways, and just so happened to have music in common,” Stapp said, “and the same vibe about what we wanted to play. That’s what I appreciate most about this project is the formation of a new band that’s gonna be around for a long time. And I’m proud of what we do, and I really feel like the honesty and sincerity mixed with the passion and the rock ‘n roll and the rebellion and the groove, I mean, you name it, it’s in there. Cause we’ve lived it. We really feel like our heart and our soul is poured into this. I really think you’re gonna feel it. It’s one of those records you feel.” Watch the clip below.
Carson Daly joked during his ‘Last Call’ monologue on Wednesday night, “Well, it was a rough weekend for – do you remember the former lead singer of the band Creed, Scott Stapp? Remember him? Rough weekend for Scott Stapp. He got busted again by the cops. Two more charges this time. A misdemeanor for being in a fight with his wife, and a felony for being in the band Creed.”
After his arrest on domestic violence charges, former Creed singer Scott Stapp is talking about the incident and issued a very public apology via the following press release:
First of all I would like to express how thankfull and appreciative my family is for the tremendeous outpouring of love and support we have received during this insecure time in our marriage. I was shocked at how many have rallied around us.
Scott Stapp’s wife Jaclyn Nesheiwat Stapp claims that she was “in fear for her life” when the former Creed singer flung a glass bottle of Orangina at her face during an alleged incident Sunday morning. Jaclyn called 911 after Scott stumbled into their $5 million mansion around 8:00 AM and got “very angry” when she asked if he was “using drugs.” Stapp was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault with intent to commit a felony. After spending a night behind bars, a judge lowered the original booking charge to a misdemeanor. Read more.
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp and his wife Jaclyn Nesheiwat walked on the grounds of The Haven, an alternative home for young men who have been placed in protective care by the state, on Tuesday (May 8) in Boca Raton, Florida. Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Former Creed singer Scott Stapp performed at the NFL VIP Pre Super Bowl Party at Casa Casuarina on Wednesday (September 6) in Miami Beach, Florida. WireImage has since removed the pictures.
Former Creed singer Scott Stapp performed in concert at The Aladdin Hotel and Casino Resort on Friday (June 23) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Former Creed singer Scott Stapp spoke with TMZ about his sex tape, co-starring Kid Rock and some strippers, which a portion was leaked on the internet before Rock was able to squash its complete release in court. “This was one particular incident when me and Kid Rock had some strippers… there is no sexual intercourse on that tape, you won’t find it so don’t get your hopes up,” he said. “It’s two very young men almost a decade ago, ten years almost ago that the pause button was accidentally not pushed.” Read more.