Rock News Randoms 11-2-18

Rock News Randoms 11-2-18

A woman is suing BILLY IDOL because she thought she was going to spend the night with him, but he ditched her 

In his new autobiography, ROGER DALTREY of THE WHO says Woodstock was a nightmare for the performers.  They had to sit in traffic jams, wait hours to perform, and deal with power outages, stage-jumping fans, malfunctioning monitors and terrible sound.  

There’s a movie about JOHN LENNON and YOKO ONO in the works. 

There’s going to be an Ozzfest on New Years Eve in L.A., with Ozzy OsbourneRob ZombieMarilyn MansonJonathan Davis of Korn, and Body Count 

RONNIE JAMES DIO was working on a memoir before he died, and his wife, Wendy, says it will be out in 2020. Meanwhile, Jack BlackTom MorelloBlack Sabbath’s Geezer Butler, and Tool’s Adam Jones went BOWLING to raise money for RONNIE JAMES DIO’s cancer fund. 

QUEENSRYCHE will release a new album on March 1, 2019. It’s called “The Verdict”.

LARS ULRICH says the guys in METALLICA would like to get another 20 to 25 years out of the band.  Quote, “I don’t know what it’s gonna look like, I don’t know what it’s gonna sound like, but that’s in our heads.”  They’re in their mid-50s now.  

NEIL YOUNG confirmed his marriage to DARYL HANNAH in a post on his website. 

NICK MASON from PINK FLOYD will be touring the U.S. to play pre-“Dark Side of the Moon” material.  

CHRIS CORNELL’s widow is suing the doctor who prescribed her husband the drugs she says caused him to take his own life.  She says, quote, “At the time of his death, Mr. Cornell had everything to live for and was planning a future.”  She’s seeking unspecified damages.

CHRIS ROBINSON from the BLACK CROWES thinks we should end the war on drugs and make everything legal . . . quote, “It’s a ridiculous waste of time and money and resources.”