Coyne remembers thinking their 'Beverly Hills, 90210' shoot went so badly, he assumed the episode would never see the light of day.
“Maybe we were just a little too weird. I'm proud of that identity. And I'm proud that even though we're getting a certificate from the City of L.A. or we're at the Grammy Museum, we're still not quite ready for prime time. That’s beautiful.”
“There's something that doesn't feel quite right to sit here and talk about Scott. It saddens me that he's not able to be here and do it himself.” So remarks Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo, sitting at Yahoo Music with his bassist brother Robert DeLeo and STP drummer Eric Kretz and discussing the 25th anniversary deluxe reissue of their massive debut album, “Core.”
The legendary singer-songwriter, whose new album is "Be Myself," gets up close and personal in a candid, career-spanning interview.