Rock News Randoms 9-25-19

Rock News Randoms 9-25-19

In a recent interview with Uncut Magazine, JIMMY PAGE said the he will be writing an autobiography.

A show LYNYRD SKYNYRD played in their hometown of Jacksonville, Florida last year will screen in theaters across the country on November 7th. 

METALLICA are plotting a benefit show next March for their charity All Within My Hands. 

Available now, “Dark Black And Blue: The Soundgarden Story”, a book written by Greg Prato, 

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN works out at a New Jersey gym that costs $9.99 a month. 

The RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS did “Just What I Needed” by the CARS in honor of RIC OCASEK.

During a show in Kentucky, the FOO FIGHTERS did Everlong with the help of ANTHRAX guitarist SCOTT IAN‘s 8-year-old son. 

Coming November 15 in multiple formats, Double Vision: Then and Now. A concert film from FOREIGNER‘s 2017 show at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mt.Pleasant, MI. The set celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Double Vision album, and features both the current line-up and original members.

Here’s the video for “Father Of All…”, the first single and title track to the new GREEN DAY album, due out on February 7, 2020. (NSFW)