SOUNDGARDEN is feuding with CHRIS CORNELL’s widow over the unreleased tracks they’re making into a new album.
LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM is still not welcome in FLEETWOOD MAC. MICK FLEETWOOD says, quote, “We were not happy. It was not working, and we parted company. And that really is the all of it.”
DEF LEPPARD has a sweet package on the way. Due on March 30, The Early Years 79-81 will be a five disc set that includes remastered versions of On Through the Night and High N’ Dry, as well as many extras like B-sides and previously unreleased material.
Coming April 17, NICK MASON’s SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS will release Live at the Roundhouse.
While the BLACK CROWES are hitting the road this year, CHRIS ROBINSON‘s new band, GREEN LEAF RUSTLERS, will be releasing their debut album, From Within Marin, on March 6. The first taste of the album is a ROLLING STONES cover.
RAE DAWN CHONG says she had a fling with MICK JAGGER when she was 15. But she’s NOT trying to shame him. She says she knew what she was doing, and she never told him she was underage.
A LYNYRD SKYNYRD biopic that’s been tied up in lawsuits for years is finally going to premiere on February 16. The film, Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash, is based on the experiences of former SKYNYRD drummer, ARTIMUS PYLE, who survived the crash. It’s expected to get a full release to theaters shortly thereafter, and will be made available in multiple formats on June 30.
MOTLEY CRUE’S TOMMY LEE is coming to a TV near you. He’ll make a guest appearance on the ABC show, “The Goldbergs“ on Wednesday, February 12.
JOEY KRAMER is back in AEROSMITH.
On March 27, TESLA will release Five Man London Jam. Available in multiple formats, it features the band performing at Abbey Road Studios.
Rolling Stone reports that Major League baseball will no longer run ads for ROGER WATERS‘ upcoming tour, because of his stance on Israel.
DON DOKKEN was left without the use of his hands after spinal surgery, but he’s expected to make a full recovery. Read more here.