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Creed, one of the most popular rock bands of the late 90’s, was formed in 1994. Lead vocalist Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti were good friends at Florida State University and high school classmates at Orlando's Lake Highland Preparatory School, and together they decided to form a band. They recruited bassist, Brian Marshall and drummer, Scott Phillips in late 1994 to complete the quartet. The Band originally performed under the name Maddox Creed, until Marshall suggested they shorten it to Creed.
In 1997, Creed independently released its debut album, My Own Prison, which was distributed to several Florida radio stations. That same year, Creed was playing a small gig in Florida when head of Wind-Up Records, Diana Meltzer heard the group play. After listening to Creed’s independent album, she signed the band to her label. Diana worked with the quartet to make their album more radio friendly. It was re-released by Wind-up Records across the country. The re-released album was a huge success, reaching the Top 40 on the Billboard 200. Several singles off the album including "Torn", "What's This Life For", and "One" topped the rock radio charts across the country.
Their second album, Human Clay, was released in 1999 and debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart at number one. Creed’s first single off the album, "Higher", was a huge accomplishment, spending several weeks on the top of the rock radio charts. In early 2000, “Higher” crossed over onto pop radio going to the Top Ten on the Billboard Pop Chart. The following single, "With Arms Wide Open," also hit number one that its release, which gave the band seven consecutive chart-topping hits on rock radio.
During the summer of 2000, bassist Brian Marshall made headlines for criticizing Pearl Jam's songwriting style on a radio interview. Months later, as the band announced an upcoming tour they also announced that Marshall was no longer a band member of Creed. He was quickly replaced by bassist Brett Hestla, who went on tour across the United States with the remainder of the band.
In 2010, Creed created their third album, Weathered, which was their first and only album without Marshall. In the fall of 2001, "My Sacrifice", the first single off Creed's third album, peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. It was #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 9 consecutive weeks, starting in December 2001. In 2002, "Bullets" was released as a single, along with an extremely costly, special effects video. The song and video combined were Creed's least successful debut since achieving mainstream success. However, Creed rebounded quickly, releasing hit single, "One Last Breath".
In April of 2002, Stapp was involved in a serious car accident and suffered both a concussion and vertebrae damage. Creed initially canceled their tour, which was meant to showcase their third album, but Stapp recovered quickly, allowing the band to reschedule most of their show dates. However, while on tour Stapp's developed an addiction to painkillers. Their tour concluded in several unfavorable performances which quickly led to the band's unraveling. On June 4, 2004, Creed officially announced their break-up. However they did release a Creed Greatest Hits album in late 2004.
On April 27, 2009, Creed's website announced the reunification of the four original band members for a new tour and plans for a new album. In June of 2009, Stapp, Tremonti, Marshall, and Phillips performed together for the first time in 6 years on AOL Sessions. Creed's reunion tour kicked off on August 6, 2009, and concluded on October 20, one week before the release of their new album, Full Circle. It was also confirmed that Creed has more albums to come after Full Circle.
In October of 2009, Scott Phillips confirmed that Creed was to go on a world tour in support of Full Circle in April 2010. The tour titled The 20-10 Tour began with an Australia/New Zealand tour, followed by South America, Europe, and North America. The tour will kick off in the United States on July 28, 2010. InSeats.com has great tickets to all Creed’s The 20-10 Tour stop!
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