As frontman for the platinum-selling Stone Temple Pilots, Scott Weiland was -- in the words of Rolling Stone -- "one of grunge's greatest singers, crooning and growling in equal measure." Now that killer croon-growl combination is backed by a new band, the Wildabouts. Though the Grammy winner has been touring with this hard-rocking cadre for three years now, their first album, Blaster, just dropped in March, immediately earning plaudits from critics (Record Collector praised how the album brought "together his influences -- 70s rock, Iggy Pop, Bowie and grunge"). Now the voice behind such '90s anthems as "Creep," "Vasoline" and "Plush" raises the rafters live at Social Hall SF.
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Start:November 01, 2015
End:November 01, 2015
Where:Social Hall SF, 1270 Sutter St., San Francisco, California, United States, 94105