Stone Temple Pilots Hosting Full-Album Live Stream Performance of 1992’s ‘Core’ LP on 7/31 (Details/Tickets)



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On Friday, July 31, Stone Temple Pilots will host a special live stream concert event, performing 1992’s Core in its entirety.

That album was a major moment in the band‘s career, becoming the group’s best-selling record and boasting some of STP’s most well-known songs, including singles “Plush,” “Creep” and “Sex Type Thing.”

(Core was recently reissued to mark its 25th anniversary — click here to purchase the anniversary edition at the Rock Cellar Store).

Those who purchase access to the live stream will also receive two additional live gigs, too:

Stone Temple Pilots are Jeff Gutt, Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo and Eric Kretz.

Tickets for the live stream concert event are available now. More details, per a news release:

Tickets for the livestream event are $9.99, and can be purchased HERE. Also available at nugs.tv, nugs.net app, iOS, Android or nugs.net app on Apple TV. Watch it live on Friday July 31 @ 5pm PST / 8pm EST. The concert will also be available within 48 hours from pressing play, for user to replay.

Core may have been a big moment in STP’s career, but it wasn’t without its detractors. In our 2018 interview with bassist Robert DeLeo, he summed up the criticisms his band faced as it grew in popularity in an era dominated by the likes of Pearl Jam, Nirvana and others:

I think when a whole movement of music comes, you’re just overloaded with so much of it that you go, “You know what, that’s it, just turn that shit off!” And it’s a human thing.

You’ve got a record company trying to push a band, and you’ve got many record companies trying to push many bands. For someone who’s a critic, well, a critic is someone who criticizes. I don’t think we ever made records for critics, that wasn’t the intention. I don’t think critics are pleased with a lot of things, but it was just growing up on what we grew up on. Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, all that stuff in the ’60s and ’70s. It was a great time to grow up on music. And it just happened that the other bands around at the time grew up with the same music, too!

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