On Sunday to mark the 2-year anniversary of late Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland’s death, Weiland’s widow Jamie and Wildabouts bassist Tommy Black paid tribute on social media.
Scott Weiland’s widow Jamie posted on Instagram, “#love, #live, #remember, #beherenow and never stop letting your loved ones know they are #loved. It’s no secret I #lovehard and maybe I tell my dearest those precious words too much, but there are worse things I could do.”
Former Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts bassist Tommy Black posted on Twitter, “Your memory is a treasure and you will remain in our hearts forever. It seems like a century and it’s only been 2 years. I miss you my friend.”
Your memory is a treasure and you will remain in our hearts forever.It seems like a century and it's only been 2 years.I miss you my friend. pic.twitter.com/k3Ayi7bm1f
— Tommy Black (@BlackTommy) December 3, 2017
Late Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland would have turned 50 in October. The legendary singer was born Scott Richard Kline on October 27, 1967 at Kaiser Hospital in San Jose, California to parents Kent Kline and Sharon Williams. Kent and Sharon divorced, and Scott was later adopted by his stepfather David Weiland, changing his name to Scott Weiland.
Scott’s widow Jamie Weiland shared eight previously unreleased photos she took of him with Alternative Nation to commemorate what would have been his 50th birthday. Rest in peace Scottie.