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Scott Alan Stapp is a famous American singer and songwriter, who is also known as the lead singer of the presently splitted rock band Creed. He was born on August 8, 1973, in the town of Cherokee of North Carolina.
His father was a plumber by profession while his mother was a school teacher. Scott used to play sports like, baseball and soccer, for Murphy High School, and had graduated as the 74th out of 96 in his senior class in 1991.
Stapp had gone to Lake Highland Prepatory School in Orlando and later attended Valencia College in Orlando. There he was able to receive his associate's degree in music.
He then attended Lee College in the city of Cleveland and Florida State University, which was a place for the formation of the band Creed, in 1995. He had conflicts with the band members, over the lyrics, so he never wants to discuss any details of the band in public.
Stapp always gives a great to the The Doors, especially Jim Morrison, as a very great influence on his music. Steve had performed with the surviving members of the band for a televised concert in 1999, as well as the Stoned Immaculate. Creed had officially announced in 2004, about its breakup and Stapp had started to work on his solo career and album.
His album was entitled The Great Divide, and it was released in the year of 2005. Stapp had married Miss New York of 2004, named Jaclyn Nesheiwat on February 10, 2006, in the city of Miami. He had an earlier marriage with Hillaree Burns for 16 months, divorcing in 1999.
Stepp is considered along with Myles Kennedy, Sammy Hagar, Chris Cornell, and David Grohl, as one of the rumored singers to be currently rehearsing and recording new material with legendary rock band Led Zeppelin.
Stepps first album, The Great Divide, had seen a release in the U.S. on November 22, 2005. it had reached up to the rank of #19 on Billboard's Top 200 chart. It could not work effectively on in the market, due to lot of controversies, being attached to Stapp's private life and overall mixed reviews of the album.
His backing band for the record and live shows since has been consisted of Aristides Rincon and John Curry on guitars, Mitch Burman on bass, and Mark Archer on drums.
They are all members of the band Goneblind. It was reported in the later part of 2007 that he was working on his new project in the studio.
Scott had posted an acoustic version of Broken on August 8, 2008, which was also on his previous record. His management had declared that his new album would be out in the second quarter of 2009. Scott and his band had a successful overseas tour for 28 day, to perform for the troops, in September of 2008.