Before forming his new band, Scott Weiland was the frontman for the successful rock group Stone Temple Pilots, which released their first album Core in 1992, featuring top hits “Creep” and “Plush." Their 1994 album Purple was another success selling over 6 million copies with “Interstate Love Song” considered one of their major singles off the album.
After a brief break, Weiland experienced success with Velvet Revolver as their debut album Contraband opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has sold over 3 million copies. In 2008, Weiland and Stone Temple Pilots went on a reunion tour together and the album Stone Temple Pilots was released in May 2010.
Weiland has also experienced success as a solo artist, having released a pair of solo studio albums. His solo tour with the Wildabouts started in March 2013 and continues to have success today.
Located at 1227 N Rand Road in Arlington Heights, the House of Music and Entertainment has become one of the premiere locations for live music and entertainment around Chicagoland. The sports bar offers a full food and beverage menu with 80 plasma TVs to watch your favorite sports teams.
As for the H.O.M.E. Theater where Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts will play on Saturday May 10th, it offers space to hold 1,000 guests, a top of the line sound system, and stadium style seating.
If you’re interested in getting more information about Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts performing at the House of Music and Entertainment, or wish to find out more about upcoming events, feel free to contact H.O.M.E (http://www.homebarchicago.com/