Long before the untimely passing of former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, Linkin Park's own Chester Bennington took over vocal duties for the group. He's since stopped, and STP is in the market for a new singer. They're looking for anyone, really, so you could potentially hit them up and join the rock and roll greats. Seriously.
Until they find the perfect new face from their band, Stone Temple Pilots played their last show with Bennington, a one-off charity event last Saturday at the Norris Theater and Pavilion in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Watch a video from the performance above.
Apparently the event benefited the Peninsula Education Foundation. According to their website, the PEF seeks to aid public education in California, including school music, physical education, library and STEM programs, safe school counselors, academic and career counselors and teacher salaries. Sounds like a good way for Chester to leave the band forevermore.
Now, we just have to hope STP finds an equally as intoxicating frontman. For now, click through our list of the 23 rock albums we have to hear this year.
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