Recently relieved of his Stone Temple Pilots duties – at least as of this writing – singer Scott Weiland jumps on the road once again as a solo act playing songs from STP's landmark pop-grunge albums Core and Purple, which, respectively, are and soon will be 20 years old. Frankly, Houston has been done dirty by Weiland in the past, whether he was coming on late at Warehouse Live at a 2009 solo gig, or barely surviving a 2010 STP show at the Woodlands that derailed the band's tour for a month and change. Be warned: Weiland is a mixed bag, but when his voice is firing on all cylinders and he's reasonably straight, he's a rock god. Otherwise, have your iPhone ready to take some damning video.
Tue., March 26, 8 p.m., 2013
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