Ex-CREED singer Scott Stapp last night unleashed a slamming solo rendition of perhaps the most popular rock song of the 2000s titled “My Sacrifice” for fans at St. Pete Bikefest in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Check out fan filmed footage below.
Stapp recently has been rumored to be at the top of the list to be the replacement singer of Vince Neil in MÖTLEY CRÜE as the glam metal band plans to embark next on a World Tour in 2023.
“My Sacrifice” reached number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for nine consecutive weeks, beginning in December 2001.
“During the late ’90s, Creed emerged from a sea of post-grunge contenders to become one of the decade’s biggest-selling rock bands. At a time when many other Seattle disciples were lapsing into inactivity or experimenting with less commercial sounds, Creed carried the torch of straightforward, grungy hard rock without apology — and they were amply rewarded, selling millions upon millions of albums in just a few years’ time. That success didn’t translate into critical acclaim, however. Many reviewers slammed the band’s music as derivative, and frontman Scott Stapp was lambasted by publications like Rolling Stone for being “irony-deficient, Jesus-haired, and often shirtless in a way that reminded people of the guy from Lord of the Dance.” – All Music