Rock News Randoms 11-19-20

Rock News Randoms 11-19-20

On December 1, Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture will honor ALICE IN CHAINS with its Founders Award. The event will be streamed live, and will feature performances from ANN and NANCY WILSON, METALLICA, SAMMY HAGAR, TOM MORELLO, EDDIE VEDDER and more. Click here for more info.

ANGUS YOUNG got emotional talking about his brother MALCOLM‘s battle with dementia during an interview. 

WOLFGANG VAN HALEN spoke to Entertainment Tonight, and said that the family might possibly host a tribute show to benefit charity in honor of EVH, but that the band will never reunite in any form. Meanwhile, a drum set played by ALEX VAN HALEN on the VH 1980 “Invasion” tour, is being sold for $275,000, with a portion of the proceeds going to charity. 

Check out DEE SNIDER and HALESTORM‘s LZZY HALE dueting on Snider’s “The Magic Of Christmas Day”.

Someone made the KISS “Dynasty” album cover with Legos. 

There are now highway signs in Mississippi pointing to the site of the 1977 LYNYRD SKYNYRD plane crash. Kinda macabre.

IRON MAIDEN‘s “Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live In Mexico City” will be released on November 20. Watch BRUCE DICKINSON unbox the set.