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Iconic Rock Band Stone Temple Pilots to Perform ‘Core’ During Livestream Concert

Chester Published On Wed Jul 22 2020   Modified On Wed Jul 22 2020
Iconic Rock Band Stone Temple Pilots to Perform ‘Core’ During Livestream Concert

Stone Temple Pilots will play out their introduction collection Core completely during a livestream show July 31st at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST on Nugs.tv.  

Computerized passes to the livestream will cost $9.99 each and are accessible to buy now. Following the debut, the show will be accessible to watch on interest for the following 48 hours.  

Discharged in September 1992, Core promptly made Stone Temple Pilots probably the greatest band in the expanding universe of Nineties alt-rock, on account of hit singles "Rich, "Creep" and "Insidious Garden." "We were all true side by side before making that record," guitarist Dean DeLeo revealed to Rolling Stone in 2017 to stamp the collection's 25th commemoration. "The four of us were in the practice room, at any rate, five days per week. There was such a freshness noticeable all around, and with originality comes energy."  

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Alongside the Core livestream show, Stone Temple Pilots will make the sound from a bunch of past shows accessible on Nugs. The band will drop sound from two shows, the first from August third, 2011 at the Hampton Beach Ballroom in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, with late lead vocalist Scott Weiland, and the second from a June thirteenth, 2019 show at the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London with Jeff Gutt on vocals.  

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"The show at O2 Forum was my first time being in London," Gutt said in an announcement. "Truth be told, I had never been to Europe, so I was simply attempting to take in all the history and city vibes. STP hadn't been there in a long time, so I recollect the group being particularly electric. There is something in particular about when the lights go out and everybody realizes that the show is going to start, that truly takes all of us to an otherworldly spot together."  

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