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Congrats to Creed for Winning 2 American Music Awards Creed takes 2 AMA's at Monday's American Music Awards: + Favorite Pop/Rock Album + Favorite Alternative Artist

9 million and counting! HUMAN CLAY was just certified 9x Platinum by the RIAA! Meanwhile MY OWN PRISON is at 5x Platinum.

Creed are nominated for 2 grammy's! Best Rock Performance by a Group or Duo and Best Rock Song ("With Arms Wide Open") If you want to read about all the grammy nominees click here.

Creed will once again appear on the cover of the year end issue of Album Network magazine. They have won the following awards: Album of the Year Rock Artist of the Year #1 Most Played Rock Album of the Year as voted on by the industry.

Congratulations to Creed for winning 2 awards at the Radio Music Awards on November 4th."With Arms Wide Open" won for Alternative/Active Rock Song of the Year and Creed won Alternative/Active Rock group of the year!

Creed is nominated for "Favourite Rock Group" at ArtistDirect Online Music Awards! Vote here.

In the month of October, the With Arms Wide Open Foundation has raised $200,000 from the sale of Creed's limited edition WAWO single.

There's an article at on Creed. Click here to see it.

There's an interview with Scott Phillips at Click here to go to it.

Scott Stapp has just finished recording 3 songs with the Doors for VH1's Storytellers which airs on Thanksgiving weekend. Scott will also appear on the Doors tribute CD "Stoned Immaculate."

VH1 and have unveiled the finalists for the My VH1 Music Awards and Creed leads all finalists with eight nominations! Click here to find out how you can vote for Creed!


September 19, 2000 (ORLANDO) -- Scott Stapp of Creed, and Wind-Up Records, have announced the September 26th release of a special, limited edition and enhanced package containing three versions of the hit "With Arms Wide Open," and the composition's accompanying video. The compact disc will contain the string version that appears in the "With Arms Wide Open" video, a no-strings rock version, and an acoustic performance of the song. The latter two recordings are currently not available commercially. This release will officially launch Stapp's "With Arms Wide Open" Foundation. The Foundation's mission, "Help for children, hope for families", has been set forth to promote healthy, loving relationships between children and their families and was initially funded with a personal donation of $25,000 from Stapp. Creed, Wind-Up and the Foundation hope to raise $400-500k before the end of the year. "I've always wanted to start an organization to help support families and children. With the success of Creed, I am finally in a position to do so on a national level and I'm excited by the prospect of being able to give something back to the communities that have been so supportive of us," says Stapp. Wind-Up Records will limit the release of this offering to 65,000 copies nationwide, with $3.00 from the sale of each compact disc going directly to the Foundation. The proceeds from this initial effort will meet the goal of raising $200,000 to finance the start-up of the "With Arms Wide Open" Foundation.

Creed will appear on an episode of VH1's "Storytellers." The Doors will join Creed for the taping at Center Stage in Hollywood, CA. The show will air sometime this year.

Before the 2nd leg of the US tour starts, Scott Stapp will stop off in Vancouver, Canada to film an episode of a new VH1 show called "Big Sound." The series is about a music management company of the industry's top artists and has been called "The Larry Sanders Show for the music business."

Recently, the RIAA presented Creed with plaques commemorating combined sales of over 10 million copies of both "Human Clay" and their debut release "My Own Prison" prior to their performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD. For more information, read the article at:

Mark Tremonti has answered some questions from Fans on Creed's Official merchandise site

Did you miss Creed's appearance on VH1 on Monday (Aug 28) well click here for the transcript!

Mark Tremonti is featured in the "Backline" article in the latest issue of "Guitar One" magazine with 4 pictures!

Click here to see pictures of an interview with Scott Stapp before he went on stage at the Madison Square Gardens on Monday, August 28th!

Click here for an article with Mark Tremonti from the Boston Herald talking about their new album and releasing a DVD!

VH1's new show "FanClub" is looking for stories from Creed fans for an upcoming episode. Here is what the associate producer wants you fans to do:
Hey! My name is James and I am working on a new VH1 show called FanClub. FanClub is a show about the people who give a band the reason for its existence: his fans. I am working on the show about the people who love Creed. We are looking for anyone who would be interested in sharing their lives with VH1's audience. We want to know why you are fan of the band. Is there a particular song that has a special relevance in your life? Has something that the guys have done which inspired your life in any way? Let us know your stories. If you are interested in possibly appearing on FanClub-Creed to talk about how the band and its music have affected your life, write to me at Be sure to put "Creed FanClub" in the subject line. Let me know why you should be featured as one of their biggest fans. Be sure to tell me your name, age, where you live, the best way for me to get in touch with you, and why Creed means so much to you! Thanks, and keep an eye out for our show! E-mail him at

Brian Marshall left Creed!!!

Released by Creed's management:

Creed and founding member Brian Marshall have decided to part ways on friendly terms, citing personal and professional differences. Marshall and Creed are discussing terms for his involvement in the future releases of previously recorded but unreleased material. Creed and Marshall will both continue to be represented by Orlando's Jeff Hanson Management & Promotions. Marshall plans to seek other interests and opportunities. Although Creed will not seek a permanent replacement for Brian, they have enlisted the services of Brett Hestla as their new touring bass player. Hestla, who is also the lead singer for Atlantic Records artist Virgos, will tour with Creed this fall. Creed's scheduled tour dates will remain unchanged. The band and its new lineup will embark on a 45-date fall tour that starts this Thursday in Chicago.

Creed wishes to thank Brian for his participation in their success and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors.

-Creed and Brian Marshall

There will be a book coming out called "Creed: Zero to Platinum" sometime in October. This hasn't been officially confirmed yet so its probably an "unauthorized" biography. Thanks to creedonline for this info!

Creed has entered the TOP 100 Artist of all time for record sales, according to Soundscan!

Scott Stapp will be the first inductee to the Fatherhood Hall Of Fame presented by Woman For Fatherhood

Click here for a *FREE* download of the new version of "With Arms Wide Open" with strings!

Creed visited a special fan last month (May 19th) for the Make-A-Wish foundation. 16 year-old Amber Wood, a bone cancer patient, made a wish to meet her favorite band Creed. Her wish was granted in Wilkes-Barre, PA before their show. For more information on the meeting visit this site.

Creed is currently participating in a marketing campaign with the company Drumscape ( Here's a pic of Scott Phillips, Brian Marshall, and Morgan Rose of Sevendust promoting the Drumscape product. Thanks to creedonline for this info!

On DC101's website you can view photos of Creed from their previous appearance on "Rockline" from September 27, 1999. To view the pics go here

Mark Tremonti is featured in an ad for PRS Guitars in the latest issue of Revolver Magazine. Here is a pic :

Creed to be on "Jailbait" soundtrack. The track "Pity for a Dime" off of "My Own Prison" is on it.

Mark Tremonti is in the latest issue of Guitar One magazine. He was voted by the magazine as one of the All Stars of 2000. He won Best Riff Architect. Underneath his picture it says "Need proof? How about five riff driven #1 singles and counting- from Creed's first two records. One of only a handful of modern-day "guitar heroes." Tremonti avoids the seven string craze and ultra-low tunings of modern metal guitar in preference for his distinctive compositional skills."

@ Thanks to for some of this news from the Creed Chronicle.