Scott Stapp Biography
Scott Alan Stapp (born Anthony Scott Flippen on August 8, 1973 in Orlando, Florida, USA) is a singer and songwriter, and a former member of the band Creed. He is known to have strong Christian beliefs, which is often reflected in his songs. He attended Lee College in Cleveland, Tennessee, but was expelled from it for marijuana usage. He has announced a partnership with NASCAR that will see tracks from his solo album, The Great Divide, used in spots for the upcoming sport's Chase for the Championship. The alliance will culminate with Stapp performing the national anthem at the Ford 400 race in Homestead, Florida, on November 20.
His debut solo album The Great Divide comes out in the US on November 22, 2005.
Scott Stapp Bio from Discogs
American singer and songwriter, born August 8, 1973. Known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the post-grunge band Creed.