Video Emerges Of Scott Weiland Performing “Vaseline” For The Last Time + Details On His Death
RollingStone – Just two days before Scott Weiland’s sudden death before a show in Minnesota, the former Stone Temple Pilots frontman played in Toronto at the Adelaide Hall with his solo band the Wildabouts. Like all of his recent gigs, the setlist was a mixture of songs from his solo catalog along with classics by STP and Velvet Revolver. Here’s a fan-shot video of him playing “Vasoline” at what turned out to be his final concert.
UPDATE (5:56pm 12/4/2015) – A small quantity of cocaine was present in the tour bus bedroom where Scott Weiland was found dead, Bloomington, Minnesota police reported Friday. Detectives discovered the controlled substance after searching the tour bus where the former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver singer, who had had a long complicated relationship with substance abuse, was found.
Police also discovered cocaine in the area of the tour bus that belonged to Wildabouts bassist Tommy Black and arrested the 47-year-old for alleged possession of a controlled substance. He is being held at the Bloomington Police Department pending charges. In addition to playing with the Wildabouts, Black’s LinkedIn page claims he is currently at manager at the Viper Room in L.A. and previously worked in web development for the Screen Actors Guild.