Rock News Randoms 11-13-20

Rock News Randoms 11-13-20

JOE WALSH is hosting his fourth annual VetsAid charity concert, taking place virtually this year, on December 12. Guests include JAMES HETFIELD, EDDIE VEDDER, ALICE COOPER, JON BON JOVI, WILLIE NELSON and more. Get the details and ticket info here. 

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM is doing a virtual show on December 5, 8:30pm. You can watch “At Home With Lindsey Buckingham,” for 15.

SAMMY HAGAR says he would be interested in doing some sort of tribute to EDDIE VAN HALEN, if

asked.  WOLFGANG VAN HALEN‘s debut solo single comes out on Monday, and he’s dedicating it to his dad. Also, a low-quality recording of VAN HALEN playing a high school gym in 1975 surfaced recently. (Warning – NSFW)

DAVID COVERDALE of WHITESNAKE says he probably won’t be able to do his farewell tour until 2022.

LARS ULRICH of METALLICA thinks it could be a year “at the earliest” before rock bands are allowed to play arena concerts in front of tens of thousands of fans. 

ALICE COOPER‘s new album, “Detroit Stories”, comes out in February 26. Get the scoop here.

PAUL MCCARTNEY says he wishes he was more like BOB DYLAN. 

Check out the new FOO FIGHTERS video, “Shame Shame, featuring actress SOFIA BOUTELLA.