Shockwaves were felt through Hollywood and the rock community when news hit that Scott Weiland, frontman of the Stone Temple Pilots, was found dead in his tour bus in Minnesota.
Rockers who looked up to Weiland and celebrity fans alike mourned the loss on social media. Jane's Addiction's guitarist, Dave Navarro, summed it up when he tweeted, "Its not my loss, its our loss," of his friend.
Other musicians paid tribute on Twitter, including Ryan Adams and Lenny Kravitz.
Some, like Rob Thomas, made note of Weiland's substance abuse problems.
Nikki Sixx said he hoped Weiland did not die from drug-related issues.
Many celebrity fans tweeted messages of grief, praising his talent. Sarah Michelle Gellar posted a screenshot from the Stone Temple Pilots' music video for "Sour Girl" -- Gellar was featured in the video. She wrote, "#RIPScottWeiland your music will live and your demons will leave <3 your #sourgirl."