Creed’s Scott Stapp to take ‘Proof of Life’ on tour

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Scott Stapp will return to the road this spring to promote his new solo album, Proof of Life. The Creed frontman will make his way to Massachusetts for a concert at Boston’s Royale on Monday, March 31. Tickets for the show, which will also feature Boston-based rockers Silent Season, are now available through Ticketmaster for $25.

Released in November, Proof of Life is Stapp’s second solo studio effort and first since his 2005 debut album The Great Divide. Produced by Howard Benson (Daughtry, Three Days Grace), the 11-track album features lead single “Slow Suicide” (streaming below).

The album follows the 2012 release of Stapp’s memoir “Sinner’s Creed”, in which he shared his life story for the first time. In the book, he discussed his fundamentalist upbringing, the rise of Creed, his ongoing battle with addiction and the launch of his solo career. Proof of Life is described in a press release as a collection of songs that “chronicle the extension of his journey”.

“This is the most meaningful record of my career,” said Stapp. “I’ve made a lot of messes in my life but I’ve learned I can take a mess and turn it into a message. This album chronicles my struggles, my journey and it’s the most honest record I have ever written. The fans have always meant everything to me and over the years they’ve come to me and told me how through my music they’ve gotten through the worst of times and that hit me. With this album, it’s the first time that when I listened back to the tracks, it became a cathartic experience for me.”

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