He has one of the most recognizable voices in the music world, which helped him earn a place in rock history by winning a Grammy with the band Creed who went on to sell more than 30 million records.
Scott Stapp returns with a new solo album and tour for Proof of Life on Wind-Up Records and will play the House of Blues in Houston on Friday, March 21 with doors opening at 8 p.m. Tickets are $33-$29 for this all ages show and can be purchased at the venue, online at ticketmaster.com  or charge by phone at (800) 745-3000.
Proof of Life is Stapp’s sophomore follow up to the platinum selling The Great Divide, which was released in 2005. On the new album, Stapp worked with the likes of Tyler Connolly of Theory of a Deadman, Kara DioGuardi, Phil X, and Zac Maloy of the famed Nixons.
Produced by Howard Benson, the album debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard rock chart and features the hit single, “Slow Suicide.” It’s Stapp’s first new material since his 2012 uncensored memoir, Sinner’s Creed, in which Stapp shares his life story for the first time plus the rise of Creed and his ongoing battle with addiction, the rediscovery of his faith and launch of his solo career.
For artist information view: scottstapp.com 
I had a great conversation with Stapp before his tour kicked off in March about the new album. Hear Stapp unscripted in an exclusive 1-on-1 interview about his long journey to the Proof of Life. “This was the complete fulfillment of my artistic vision,” said Stapp.
To listen to interview with Stapp: https://soundcloud.com/88-miles-west/interview-with-scott-sapp 
House of Blues is located at 1204 Caroline in downtown Houston.