Ten things you didn't know about Scott Stapp - Reverb

Ten things you didn’t know about Scott Stapp

Take yourself “higher” on Saturday night when forgotten modern rock kings Creed perform the 11-times platinum “Human Clay” in its entirety at Denver’s Paramount Theatre. The tour, featuring once-departed lead singer Scott Stapp, is hailed with much hyperbole online and in a cringe-worthy promo video on YouTube. Still, there’s no arguing this band’s mass appeal, nor the long-term value of telling your friends that you, in all seriousness, actually saw Creed in concert that one time. Tickets, $39.50-$79.50, are available through TicketHorse.

Click through the slideshow below for 10 things* you never knew about Creed singer Scott Stapp.

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John Hendrickson is the managing editor of Reverb and an award-winning journalist at The Denver Post. Follow his rants on music and more on Twitter.

  • Ian O

    John –
    When there is limited space to promote music, why write two articles about Creed?
    I don’t understand spending time and energy promoting a show by ridiculing it.
    I ask sincerely: who benefits from this?

    • John Hendrickson

      Ian, the first piece was written months ago when the show was announced. The second was written this morning, because Creed is a band everyone has an opinion on one way or another. You can’t say that for many other acts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=74400694 Kevin Hughes

    One thing you DID know about Scott Stapp of Creed: He’s kind of a douche.

  • Michelle22

    Epic fail to all these aged writers.  No one wants to look at decades old pics or hear you say the same things you said a decade ago. Creed today has alot going on and none of your words are current or apart of 2012.  Yawn and yawn and yawn!!!