SCOTT WEILAND Interviewed On Boston's WBCN 104.1 FM; Audio Available

Adam 12 of Boston's WBCN 104.1 FM conducted an interview with STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/ex-VELVET REVOLVER frontman Scott Weiland earlier in the week. Scott talks about his forthcoming solo album, touring (he will not have a split set but will probably do a couple of STP songs and one VR song). He is also asked about GUNS N' ROSES' "Chinese Democracy" and he talks a little about Axl Rose and how he can't say if CD is any good because he has only heard two songs.

Download the interview in two parts: Part1, Part2.

Scott Weiland will perform on ABC-TV's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on November 26.

"Paralysis", the new video from Scott Weiland, can be viewed below. The song comes off the singer's sophomore solo album, "Happy In Galoshes", which is scheduled for release on November 25, 2008 via the artist's label Softdrive Records and distributed by New West Records/ RED/Sony.

Rocketing to the forefront of the music world in 1992, Scott Weiland has become one of the music world's most highly-respected and prolific artists. As the frontman for STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, Weiland has remained a dominant force in rock music since the group's inception. Now with his sophomore solo release Weiland proves that his music and song-writing is as potent and powerful as ever.

"Happy In Galoshes", produced by Scott Weiland and Doug Grean (VELVET REVOLVER, SHERYL CROW, CRYSTAL METHOD), with select tracks recorded by Steve Albini, features a collection of songs that bring a revitalizing sound to Weiland's highly praised and unique musical style. The album also features several guest appearances including Adrian Young, Tony Kanal and Tom Dumont of NO DOUBT, who, along with Grean and Weiland, penned "Paralysis", which features Young on drums. "She's so Cold" was co-written by Gary Beers from INXS. The album also includes other standout tracks such as the dynamic "Missing Cleveland" and the catchy hooks of "Talk About Love".

Scott Weiland plans to hit the road behind the new disc in January.


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