Creed (band) - Band Members

Band Members

Current members
  • Scott Stapp – lead vocals
  • Mark Tremonti – lead guitar, vocals
  • Brian Marshall – bass guitar
  • Scott Phillips – drums
Touring members
  • Eric Friedman – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Brett Hestla – bass, backing vocals

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