SCOTT STAPP Live in Lexington Ky Exclusive Photos & Review

Scott Stapp, Creed’s former front man, now solo artist rocked Manchester Hall in Lexington Kentucky last Wednesday before a packed house. Hot off the release of his newest project “Space Between The Shadows” Stapp is bringing his new songs on tour.

90Scott Stapp was electrifying as he took to the stage after the band found their places. Kicking off the night standing in a single spotlight the crowd erupts as the song “Bullets” intro fuel the fans. It’s easy to tell that Scott feeds off the crowd as his performance was filled with emotion and powerful vocals to match.

Stapp had fans in awe with the CREED hit “My Own Prison” that brought everyone singing along in a blue haze of lights; followed by the in your face powerhouse “What If”.


Smoke and lights, thunderous guitar riffs and Scott Stapp’s electrifying vocals kept the sold out crowd on their feet all night! “Purpose For Pain”  his it’s single off his latest album “Space Between The Shades” the track on the cd doesn’t hold a candle to witnessing and feeling the song right in front of you.

“Gone To Soon” was written by Stapp in honor of his fellow rockers who have passed on before it was their time. Beautifully composed and performed in noble fashion.

A set list with some of his and CREED’s biggest hits makes for a lengthy set, which no one complained about. Even returning to stage for a four song encore to send the weekday crowd back to work on Thursday with a experience worthy of sharing.


Overall, 10/10 a show that has been planned to bring the ultimate experience to the fans. My suggestion to anyone is buy a ticket, and get ready to be rocked! A Scott Stapp concert isn’t just a great music, but an experience.




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