How rich is Scott Weiland?
Scott Weiland Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 27, 1967|
|Birth place:||Santa Cruz, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.803 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Musician, Singer-songwriter, Composer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Jamie Wachtel (m. 2013), Mary Forsberg (m. 2000–2007), Janina Castenada (m. 1994–2000)|
|Music groups:||Stone Temple Pilots (1986 – 2013)|
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Scott Weiland wiki & biography:
American musician, lyricist, and vocalist,Scott Weiland comes with an estimated net worth of $22 million.
Produced October 27, 1967, in Santa Cruz, CA, he spent his first 15 years beyond Cleveland before moving back to the West Coast and immersing himself in the blooming Orange County punk scene. Nonetheless, such success did not come with no cost. Following the group’s second LP, 1994’s Purple, it had been revealed that Weiland had become a heroin addict. After a stay in rehab, Weiland returned to Stone Temple Pilots to record their third record, 1996’s Tiny Music… Tunes from the Vatican Giftshop. However, after Weiland suffered a relapse in his ongoing struggle with drugs, the group was forced to cancel its upcoming tour; when another three members afterwards recorded an album with an alternate vocalist beneath the name Talk Show.
Scott Weiland was born on October 27, 1967 in San Jose, California, usa.
During a career spanning three decades, Weiland is best known as the former frontman for the successful rock band Stone Temple Pilots, as well as the supergroup Velvet Revolver from 2003 to 2008. He has also established himself as a solo artist, releasing three studio albums, a cover album, and cooperation with various other musicians since 1995.
Weiland’s onstage persona is known as being flamboyant and disorderly; he’s also known for constantly altering his look and vocal style, together with his use of a megaphone in concert for vocal effect. While viewed as a talented and versatile vocalist, Weiland’s career was plagued by substance abuse, together with several arrests. Weiland continues to be ranked in the “Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists” by “Hit Parader” (No.57).
Throughout his career Weiland had become acquainted with the four musicians; he became friends with McKagan after attending the same health club, was in rehabilitation in the same time as Sorum, and once played on the same bill as Kushner. Weiland was sent two discs of material to work with, but felt that the primary disc “sounded like Bad Company gone wrong.” When he was sent the 2nd disc, Weiland was more positive, comparing it to Core-age Stone Temple Pilots, though he turned them down because Stone Temple Pilots had not yet separated.