Yesterday, Sen. Marco Rubio released his Spotify playlist on the world. It got us thinking about the musical tastes of other Florida politicians. We don't really expect Gov. Rick Scott to be dropping his mixtape anytime soon, so through the wonderful powers of satire, Riptide has imagined ... More >>
Pop music celebrities are sex-drenched, weapon-obsessed, drug-addicted, angry, deranged, and sometimes criminal.
In short, they're unconventional, always-entertaining personalities who may or may not have politically valid opinions.
But let's face it, celebrity endorsements are cultural collatera ... More >>
With arms wide open, jumping off the balcony.
In 2006, Creed singer Scott Stapp was broken and bloody, hanging six-feet from the edge at the Delano Hotel on Miami Beach. But then T.I. swooped in to save the suicidal alt-rocker.
No, this isn't bullshit. It's fact. And while the rapper kept this l ... More >>
In an effort to needlessly destroy as many trees as possible, Creed frontman Scott Stapp will release his memoir on October 2.
The book, titled Sinner's Creed, will be released in hardcover and ebook. But there are no current plans for an audiobook. This is most likely because the target audience ... More >>
Yesterday, Riptide found what seemed to be a theme song for the newly christened Miami Marlins. Sadly, we've since learned the song is unofficial, a passionate fan ode to the reborn franchise -- which makes the music much more endearing, and also more confusing. Who the hell takes the time to write ... More >>
Erica Marshall of muddyboots.orgCrappy '90s songs on cassette!It took the internet a full ten years to even begin looking back fondly upon the collective sonic experiences of the blissful Clintonian days.
But '90s musical nostalgia swung into full gear in 2010 thanks to the Hole tour, Tavi t ... More >>
Stapp one on at Cruzan Amptheatre August 31Following the media blitz of baseball's new greatest hit "Marlins Will Soar", Scott Stapp and the recently reunited Creed have announced the 20-10 Tour, which hits us locally August 31 at Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. The ticket prices are so l ... More >>
Poor, poor Florida Marlins. They have just 600 fans, and one of them happens to be Scott Stapp. This Jesus-looking dude, if you'll remember, was the lead singer of Christian rock band Creed. (Yes, they were a thing once). In 2004, after peaking with the band, he went solo, crashed and burned, and ... More >>