Obscurity does the body good. Just ask former Creed singer Scott Stapp.The 35-year-old resurfaced at some event in Boca Raton this weekend, looking much healthier and a tad bit douchey.It's… READ MORE >
Scott Alan Stapp (born August 8, 1973) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and philanthropist, best known as the lead vocalist, primary lyricist, and co-founder of the rock band Creed. Stapp was born on August 8, 1973, Orlando, FL. He attended Lee University in Cleveland, TN, Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida, Tallahassee Community College, and finally Florida State University. Stapp earned an Associate in Arts Degree and was 12 credit-hours from his BA degree when Creed was signed to a recording contract. After developing a friendship at Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando, Florida with guitar player Mark Tremonti, Stapp and Tremonti reunited while both attended Florida State University. It was there they decided to form a band. After recruiting Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips, Creed was formed in 1995. Durning the late 1990s and early 2000s, Creed sold three multi-platinum albums. In 2004, Creed officially announced its break-up and Stapp began working on his debut solo album, The Great Divide, which was released in 2005. During interviews before the reunion, Stapp did not discuss Creed or his relationships with and of the members of the band.