Stone Temple Pilots performed “Pretty Penny” and “Big Empty” at the opening of a musical therapy room for kids at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday. The room was created in honor of 17 year old Sophie Barton who would often perform music for the children at the hospital.
Stone Temple Pilots frontman Chester Benningtold told Fox 13, “To see it happen today and the opening of the first Sophie’s Place is really an honor and a privilege to be a part of,” Bennington said. “So thanks for having us and we’re going to play some music.”
STP are also scheduled to perform at the Cardon Children’s Medical Center’s Stars Of The Season fundraising show in Mesa, Arizona on October 26th.