Rock News Randoms 10-23-20

Rock News Randoms 10-23-20

TSO may have canceled their tour, but they’re doing their very first livestream event, “Christmas Eve & Other Stories Live In Concert”, on Friday, December 18. 

AC/DC bassist CLIFF WILLIAMS says he’s only agreed to play a few shows in support of the new album, which arrives on November 13.

Former JOURNEY frontman STEVE PERRY will release an acoustic version of his solo album “Traces” on December 4, and he recently spoke to Rolling Stone about that and more.

ALDO NOVA has released a new tune. “Hey Ladi Dadi” is from a rock opera, “The Life And Times Of Eddie Gage”, that is set to come out in May 2021. 

DAVID CROSBY now says he’s an “old idiot” for dissing EDDIE VAN HALEN.   

PAUL MCCARTNEY‘s new album “McCartney 3” comes out December 11th . . . 50 years after his first solo album, “McCartney”.  “McCartney 2” came out in 1980. 

OZZY blames his recent health problems on a haunted doll he and his son JACK went to see a few years ago.  He told Jack, quote, “You think it’s [an effing] joke . . . Just look at what has gone on with me.  You think it’s a joke.”  Back in 2017, Ozzy and his son JACK paid a visit to Robert the Doll in Key West, Florida, as part of their series “Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour”.  And if you’re not properly respectful when you meet Robert, you can end up CURSED. Well, during their visit, Ozzy FARTED.  He and Jack did apologize, but apparently, Robert was not appeased.  

NANCY WILSON of HEART has her first solo album coming in 2021. The first release is a cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “The Rising.”