Scott Weiland: STP, Jamie Weiland Remember Troubled Singer
"There was a big mirror there for Scott: taking what he saw in himself, whether he liked it or not, and making it into something great musically"
Scott Weiland Cause of Death: Accidental Overdose
Former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver singer died of an overdose of cocaine, ethanol and MDA
Scott Weiland's Final Hours Detailed in Police Report
Numerous drugs and medications found on singer's tour bus, with a "possible overdose" suspected
Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Scott Weiland Songs
See what cut managed to top "Interstate Love Song," "Creep" and "Sour Girl"
Matt Sorum Remembers 'Real Deal' Scott Weiland
"He was complicated, yes, but the artistry was magnificent," drummer says of former Velvet Revolver singer
Scott Weiland's Bus Bedroom Contained Cocaine: Police
Tommy Black, bassist for singer's backing band the Wildabouts, was arrested for suspected cocaine possession
Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Scott Weiland Song?
Cast your vote in our weekly poll
Velvet Revolver: Scott Weiland's 'Artistry Will Live On'
"We experienced a good chunk of life with Scott and, even in his darkest times, we all had hope and love for him," band writes
Scott Weiland, Former Stone Temple Pilots Singer, Dead at 48
Vocalist, who also fronted Velvet Revolver, died in his sleep
Wild Style: Inside John Varvatos' 'Rock in Fashion' Book
Read the designer's thoughts on the looks of artists ranging from Robert Plant to Axl Rose
Q&A: Scott Weiland on STP, Velvet Revolver and His Solo Tour
'I'd love to return to Velvet Revolver, but it's not something that I can control
Update: Stone Temple Pilots Fire Scott Weiland
Just yesterday, Weiland emphatically denied the band had let him go
Scott Weiland Expects a Busy 2013
Solo work, possible Velvet Revolver reunion in the cards
Scott Weiland Talks 'Avengers' Tune, STP Anniversary Tour
'I'm sure that will happen,' says singer of a new Stone Temple Pilots album
Velvet Revolver's Dave Kushner Forms New 'Cartoon' Band PusherJones
Listen to Dave Kushner's PusherJones first single, "Count Me Out"