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In 1989, Stone Temple Pilots (abbreviated as STP) formed in San Diego California with lead vocalist Scott Weiland, drummer Eric Kretz, guitarist Dean DeLeo, and his brother Robert on bass and backing vocals. STP released its debut album "Core" in 1992 and emerged as a pioneer of the grunge movement. After the decline of grunge in the late '90s and 2000s, STP embraced its own distinctive post-grunge, alt-rock sound. After 24 years with the band, Weiland left in 2013. He was replaced by Chester Bennington, who left in 2015 to focus on his work with Linkin Park. Jeff Gutt replaced Bennington on November 14, 2017, appearing on the band's second self-titled album in 2018 and "Perdida" in 2020.

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Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
May 26, 2000 –
May 28, 2000
93X Fest 2000
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