Rock News Randoms 9-28-20

Rock News Randoms 9-28-20

Want to live in the house of CHAD SMITH, drummer for the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS? If you’ve got $15 million, you can, because his home in Montauk, NY is for sale. Check it out here.

CHEAP TRICK recently covered DAVID BOWIE‘s “Rebel Rebel”.

ACE FREHLEY just released his second album of cover songs, Origins, Vol. 2, and he’s already planning a third.

In addition to all the other health issues he dealt with this year . . . including a TORN BUTT MUSCLE . . . QUEEN guitarist BRIAN MAY almost died of a, quote, “stomach explosion.” 

BLUE OYSTER CULT will release their new album, The Symbol Remains, this Friday. Here’s the video for another new tune, “Tainted Blood”.

BILL MURRAY‘s lawyers offered to settle their dispute with the DOOBIE BROTHERS by sending them free golf shirts.  They said, quote,“[We] are indeed fans of the Doobie Brothers’ music, which is why we appreciate your firm’s choice of ‘Takin’ It to the Streets’, rather than to the courts, which are already overburdened ‘Minute by Minute’ with real problems.” The also said, quote, “We will happily upgrade your wardrobes and hopefully win each of you over as new fans of the brand.  At least that’s ‘what this fool believes.” 

STING announced a new duets album, and debuted one of the songs on “The Tonight Show”.