Stone Temple Pilots rock Peterborough Memorial Centre

Classic alternative rockers Stone Temple Pilots (STP) performed on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Memorial Centre in Peterborough.

The band is touring with lead vocalist Jeff Gutt, former lead vocalist of nu metal band Dry Cell, who replaced the late Chester Bennington and Scott Weiland.

STPs most famous songs include Lady Picture Show, Vasoline, Trippin on a Hole in Paper Heart, Big Empty and Interstate Love Song. Weiland, who sang for the band from 1989 to 2002 and 2008 to 2013, died in 2015.

The opening acts were Default, a Canadian band famous for the song Wasting My Time, and Seether. Each of the bands rose to fame in the 1990s.

Late Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland’s 17-year old son Noah recently shared a new photo with London Hudson, the 16-year old son of Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash. London is the drummer of the rock band Classless Act, which recently opened for Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators in Los Angeles.

Noah Weiland is an aspiring musician, but has yet to publicly release any of his original music. In the photo, Weiland is wearing the same 7-Up jacket his father wore during STP’s Core era. Noah made appearances onstage with Stone Temple Pilots in the early 2010’s, including doing the “Dead and Bloated” intro onstage at a Los Angeles show in October 2010.

Noah Weiland recently wrote to London on Instagram, “🌟 hbd 2 My Brotha 4l ! @londonhvdson.”

Noah Weiland will turn 18 later this month. Noah’s sister Lucy Weiland is 16 years old. Noah and Lucy released a playlist of their favorite Scott Weiland songs last year to honor what would have been their father’s 50th birthday. The list was posted on Stone Temple Pilots’ social media accounts. Scott Weiland died in December 2015.