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Creed Is Back!

10:07 AM Monday 4/27/09 |   |

All four members of Creed are reuniting for a new album and tour. Is this the best news you’ve heard today, or what?

Rumors of a Creed reunion have been circulating for the past few months, and now the band has made it official. Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips and Brian Marshall will be hitting the road under the Creed banner starting in August and running through October.

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    Creed frontman Scott Stapp does a little role playing as the band opens its New Year's Eve show with "Bullets" at the First Union Spectrum in Philadelphia.
    December 31, 2002

    (Mike Kelly)

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The touring schedule released today includes dates and cities, but no venues. Judging from the available information it looks as if the band might start out playing a few amphitheatres before moving indoors as summer becomes fall.

The itinerary shows the first date as August 6 in Pittsburgh. From there it’s Darien Lakes, N.Y., on August 8; Hershey, Pa., on August 9; Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on August 11 and Philly on August 13.

Other stops include Cincinnati on August 28; Milwaukee on September 1; Orlando on September 15; Las Vegas on September 27; Minneapolis on October 6 and Nashville slotted for October 14.

Formed in Florida in 1995, Creed went on to become the first act to have seven consecutive number one rock radio singles, with four of those hits coming from the band’s first album. The No. 1 band was also voted Favorite Group in the 2003 People’s Choice Awards, won several American Music Awards and snagged a Grammy for best rock song for it’s 2001 release, “With Arms Wide Open.”

This June marks five years since Creed’s breakup. Since then, vocalist Stapp has gone on to release solo albums while the remaining members joined up with Myles Kennedy to form Alter Bridge.

“It’s amazing how life can change and bring you full circle,” Stapp said. “Time gave us all a chance to reflect, grow and gain a deeper appreciation of our friendships, artistic chemistry, passion for music, and sincere love for our fans! It’s rare in life to get a second chance to make a first impression and we embrace the opportunity. We all believe the best is yet to come!”

Most of the announced August dates, with the exception of the Detroit stop, go on sale May 9 while the Motor City goes up May 30. Creed has partnered with I Love All Access to offer several different VIP ticket packages, including premium seats, meet ‘n’ greets, photo ops and parties.

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    Creed shows off some hot licks during the VH-1 Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
    November 30, 2000

    (Dave Needle / www.mrgigs.com)

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Comments

  1. andreabon7 wrote:

    12:36 PM, Jun 22, 2009

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  2. andreabon7 wrote:

    12:35 PM, Jun 22, 2009

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  3. dudads wrote:

    05:58 AM, May 11, 2009

    Great news for the Creed fans (for awhile anyway).  I've always had an appreciation for their music, but liked Alterbridge much better.  Don't know what happened there; two great albums and one of the most creative, rocking songs of today, "Blackbird".  I've seen Alterbridge 3 times and am really going to miss Miles' great vocals connected to some awesome guitar.  Stapp will last a year or so, and then there will be a major decline much like Van Halen after the Balance album, once Hagar left the band.  VH will never be anywhere near what VH was, and Sammy won't be the Sammy he was during the VH days and prior to joining VH.  Now Tremonti chooses to go down the same path after great success with two lead singers.  I hope I'm wrong about this one.

  4. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    05:28 PM, May 02, 2009

    'pearl jam are'nt a pimple off our ass'.the famous interview snipe from creed's singer who ripped off eddie vedder's style totally.any wonder everyone hates him?....!

  5. SteveStang wrote:

    04:34 AM, May 02, 2009

    I'm not a huge fan, but glad to have them back...the corporate rock thing is so boring.  Nice to have the bands that have influences from the Doors, Zep and bands that fought the corporate machine that dictates our music today,

  6. IcedogSVL wrote:

    03:06 PM, May 01, 2009

    Easily the WORST show I ever was dragged to...I still hold it against the friend that  talked me into going because he couldn't find anyone to go with. Scott Stapp is an amazing legend in his own mind...absolutely brutal

  7. dogonit wrote:

    09:30 AM, May 01, 2009

    Oh boy, Oh boy, Creed is back, Oh Boy!

    Can't wait to not see nor hear them at all, can't wait........

    OK all together......One, Two, Three......THEY SUCK!

  8. staretoolong wrote:

    09:15 AM, Apr 30, 2009

    I despise this band, always have, always will. Although that won't change the undisputable fact that a couple thousand frat guy toolboxes will show up at every show with their fists in the air. What a joke.

  9. kimilicious wrote:

    07:51 AM, Apr 30, 2009

    Oh good...one of the lamest bands of all time has reunited.  I was happy to wish them good riddance once and for all. Gross, now the world is going to be subjected to new crappy Creed songs in addition to the old crappy ones. Ugh.

  10. Baby Finster wrote:

    07:57 AM, Apr 28, 2009

    Whether you're a fan or not, they do put on a great show.  Hopefully they've evolved and can turn out some different sounds on the new album.  I am a fan, but even I have to say a lot of their stuff got old fast because it sounded so similar to the rest.

  11. Marxbro wrote:

    03:28 AM, Apr 28, 2009

    I am sharpening the pencils I am about to stuff into my ear holes.

  12. angie wrote:

    04:25 PM, Apr 27, 2009

    I didn't even notice they had broken up. Bollocks.



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