In the late 1990s, Creed’s independent debut album, “My Own Prison,” attracted the attention of several labels, but it was Diana Meltzer of Wind-Up Records who signed them and re-release the album. The second time around put the album in the “Top 40” on the “Billboard Top 200” list and resulted in several singles, including “My Own Prison,” “Torn,” and “One.” “Human Clay,” their second album, sent the band to the big time with hit singles “Arms Wide Open” and “Higher,” and put them at the top of the “Billboard 200” chart. Despite a positive fan response, critics have described the band as a “stale” and “unremarkable” version of Pearl Jam.
Alter Bridge formed out of the ashes of Creed’s break-up in 2004, retained all members except lead singer Scott Stapp, who left to work on a solo project. With new front man Myles Kennedy, Alter Bridge released two albums and has plans for a third, which they will begin production on once the Creed reunion tour draws to a close. The bands plan to co-exist, allowing Stapp and Kennedy time to work on their solo projects. Creed released their latest album, “Full Circle,” in October 2009, and a world tour is planned for March of 2010.
After reuniting in 2009, Creed will be back on the national tour circuit this summer for another round of concerts. But this time around, the band hopes to boost sales for the 26-date itinerary with a special “20-10 Tour” ticket promotion. Most markets on the summer tour will offer... Read more
Reunited rock group Creed has finalized plans for its summer romp and revealed the complete slate of cities and venues on its 41-date itinerary. The trek will launch August 6 at Post-Gazette Pavilion in Burgettstown, PA, and conclude October 14 at Sommet Center in Nashville, TN. Ticket onsales are... Read more
Tickets to catch the upcoming reunion tour from Creed as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from Bob Dylan are on sale throughout the week ending May 9 as compiled by Ticket News. This week’s onsales kick off with tickets to see country star Alan Jackson live in concert... Read more
The original line-up of once-reigning rock group Creed is reforming for a summer tour of the United States and a new album. Frontman Scott Stapp, guitarist Mark Tremonti, bassist Brian Marshall and drummer Scott Phillips will perform together again in approximately 40 cities across the nation. Venues for the... Read more