In this clip from his appearance on this morning's episode of the Howard Stern Show, Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland speaks frankly about how he has lost a large chunk of his personal fortune on paying for rehab and how that makes it necessary for the band to hit the road as much as possible. Weiland was on the show promoting his revealing new memoir Not Dead and Not For Sale, which hits stores today. Rolling Stone has an exclusive excerpt in which the singer recalls his time playing with Slash in Velvet Revolver.
Scott Weiland Talks rehab with Howard Stern
Stone Temple Pilots frontman on the high cost of getting clean
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