Rock News Randoms 11-13-19

Rock News Randoms 11-13-19

SOUNDGARDEN will release the album they were working on when CHRIS CORNELL died, but it’s not likely they’ll do any touring without him. 

This Saturday, November 16, Sesame Street begins its 50th anniversary of broadcasting. DAVE GROHL joined some of the Muppets to help them celebrate.


On November 7, LYNYRD SKYNYRD screened a live show recorded in their hometown of Jacksonville,FL in movie theaters across the country. Unfortunately, there were reports of technical issues in many of those theaters, leading the band to announce that the show would be made available on video in January 2020. 

TAYLOR HAWKINS of the FOO FIGHTERS got an offer to join GUNS N’ ROSES around 2000, but ROGER TAYLOR from QUEEN talked him out of it. 

It’s official, CHRIS and RICH ROBINSON have reunited to take THE BLACK CROWES on tour. They’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of the debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, and will make a stop in Raleigh on July 4, 2020. The guys played a show to a packed house at Manhattan’s Bowery Ballroom on the 14th. Check out fan filmed video.

Here’s something for the JETHRO TULL fan in your life – The Ballad Of Jethro Tull. The book is packed with photos, stories, album art and more. IAN ANDERSON gives us a peek.