STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/ex-VELVET REVOLVER singer Scott Weiland was interviewed by Josh of the Burbank, California radio station 98.7 FM prior to Weiland's September 9, 2009 performance at the Roxy in West Hollywood, California to celebrate the launch of Scott's new men's clothing line, Weiland for English Laundry. The chat, as well as fan-filmed video footage of the concert, is available below.A review of the show can be found on ARTISTdirect. Check out photos from Getty Images. Weiland for English Laundry, a collaboration with English Laundry designer Christopher Wicks, debuted at the MAGIC trade show August 31-September 2. The collection features rock-inspired wovens, vests, t-shirts, pants, hats, ties and scarves. Weiland for English Laundry blends the classic style and high quality of English Laundry with the design flare of the iconic, fashionable STP frontman. "From early on, I was inspired by rock icons like David Bowie and Keith Richards who helped in molding my personal sense of style," said Weiland. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS has spent the last few months working on a new studio album with producer Don Was. According to Weiland, the CD should be ready for release sometime in early 2010. Interview:
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