Stone Temple Pilots Finally Unearth Tiny Music Rarities


A few weeks ago was the 25th anniversary of Stone Temple Pilots filming their MTV Unplugged performance in New York. The iconic performance featured the late great Scott Weiland rocking out in his rocking chair, and the debut of “Big Empty”. As we previously reported, STP performed an acoustic benefit show for over the weekend in Norwood, MA. Videos have now surfaced of STP playing two Tiny Music…Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop classics live for the first time in nearly a decade.

Click here to watch “Seven Caged Tigers”. You can watch “Lady Picture Show” below. STP last played “Seven Caged Tigers” live in 2009, while “Lady Picture Show” hadn’t been performed live since 2010. This is the first time the band have performed the songs live without Scott Weiland. STP did a great acoustic version of “Seven Caged Tigers” on The Howard Stern Show in 1996, which was the live debut of the song. Some Tiny Music songs were never performed live with Scott Weiland, including “Adhesive”, which was debuted live in 2015 with Chester Bennington on vocals.

Big Bang Baby
Still Remains
Pretty Penny
Lady Picture Show
Big Empty
Interstate Love Song
Dancing Days
Seven Caged Tigers
Wicked Garden
Sex Type Thing
Trippin’ On A Hole In A Paper Heart