Rock News Randoms 6-2-20

Rock News Randoms 6-2-20

ALICE COOPER has picked up an interesting quarantine hobby:  Tap dancing.  Quote, “Every Wednesday night . . . the whole family goes in the backyard where we have all this plywood on the ground, and everybody’s got tap shoes on.” 

Guitarist BOB KULICK died recently. He was 70. He’s the older brother of former KISS guitarist BRUCE KULICK, and he composed, produced, and performed the “SpongeBob SquarePants” song “Sweet Victory”. 

Here’s another installment of SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE‘s “Lockdown Sessions”, a cover of “Keep A-Knockin'” from LITTLE RICHARD.

ALEX LIFESON of RUSH says he isn’t motivated to play music after the death of NEIL PEART . . . Quote,”I don’t know if the motivation is there for us to really do anything now.”   

It’s official, The Stadium Tour, featuring MOTLEY CRUE, DEF LEPPARD, POISON and JOAN JETT will now happen in 2021. Click here to read the statement.

JUDAS PRIEST singer ROB HALFORD is releasing a tell-all autobiography called “Confess” in September. 

Several years ago, PAUL STANLEY started an R&B side project called SOUL STATION. The group recently posted a cover of Smokey Robinson’s “Ooo Baby Baby”, with the band members performing from home.