At the age of 5, Scott moved to Chagrin Falls , Ohio.
Scott is 39.
Scott has a Myspace account.
Even though STP are broken up, Scott has no hard feelings against the rest of the band.
Scott was originally going to call the Stone Temple Pilots Mighty Joe Young.
Scott wants to pursue a acting career.
Scott Weiland started performing punk in California's Orange County at age 15.
Scott is a member of the cover band Camp Freddy.
Scott's first solo album was called 12 Bar Blues.
Scott Weiland compares himself to the 'Leave It To Beaver' family.
Scott is a avid Lakers fan.
Besides from being a musician, Scott is also a producer and songwriter.
Scott has one son and one daughter.
His idol and biggest influence is Jim Morrison.
In 2001 Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington said that Scott Weiland was his hero.
In the summer of 1996 Scott was caught using heroin.
In the beginning of Stone Temple Pilots, Scott Weiland went by the name Weiland until the release of the album Purple.
He has his own record label called Softdrive Records.
Scott has bipolar disorder.
Weiland was born in Santa Cruz. He moved to Chagrin Falls, Ohio by age five, and lived there until he was fifteen, then at some point he moved to San Diego, California.
Weiland was born as Scott Kline but his stepfather, David Weiland, changed it after he adopted him.
Scott married Mary Forsberg in May 2000 (Currently divorced with two kids).
Scott Weiland: (talking about Velvet Revolver) We really are a intresting group of pirates.
Scott Weiland: People that are affected by music are affected for innocent reasons, because something makes them feel something.
Scott Weiland: I wish I could live in the dream that I fly on tarred & feathered wings.
Scott Weiland: We needed someone who could play like the devil and sing like heaven.
Scott Weiland: Sing the song or keep it inside.