The leader of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver cranks out hits, backed by his rocking new band; The Icarus Line opens
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Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts
Scott Weiland’s voice: ranges from the whimper of a wounded beast to the snarl of the wolf latched onto that beast
Scott Weiland’s appeal: imagine Jim Morrison after he set fire to all his T-shirts
What his voice and appeal won him: fame and fortune with Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, plus a pair of Grammys in 1994 and 2005
The Wildabouts: the rhythm section that keeps Scott from floating through the roof
The set list: Scott unleashes the biggest hits from STP’s biggest albums, along with glam-slams from his time in Velvet Revolver and newer solo tracks
Top-of-your-lungs sing-alongs: “Sex Type Thing,” “Vasoline,” and “Interstate Love Song”
The formula that powers The Icarus Line: punk and late-period psychedelia, threaded through with crunching guitars and the barbaric yawp of singer Joe Cardamone
How Dangerous Minds described their latest, All Things Under Heaven: As “a ferocious beast. Pulverizing. Intense…. It’s like having your head smashed against the sidewalk repeatedly, but I mean that only in the best possible way. I’m already going back for more of this punishment.”