Rock News Randoms 11-24-20

Rock News Randoms 11-24-20

You can ring in 2021 with KISS via a live stream from Dubai. The extravagent show, costing millions to produce, will feature COVID-safe guidelines, 50 cameras to capture the band from every angle, and the world’s largest pyro display. Tickets for the PPV event start at $39.

WOLFGANG VAN HALEN’s MAMMOTH WVH will take the stage for the first time at the 2021 Aftershock Festival in Sacramento in October. 

EDDIE VAN HALEN‘s Ferrari is hitting the auction block. 

See FOO FIGHTERS as they’ve never been seen before, as all six members subject themselves to “Times Like Those”, a 25-year visual journey through the band’s most memorable moments onstage and off. Featuring merciless firsthand commentary, “Times Like Those” finds Foo Fighters making the most of their pandemic
downtime, as they narrate a carousel of versions of the band and its individual members’ various versions of themselves over the years—some with different hair, some bigger, some smaller, some with different numbers of toes…

KEITH RICHARDS says he might celebrate the ROLLING STONES‘ 60th anniversary by getting “a new wheelchair.”  It happens in 2022.  

Got cash? You could own NEIL PEART‘s 2112 drum kit.

On November 17 at 6pm, BON JOVI will stream a new concert documentary that focuses on their latest album 2020. “On a Night Like This – Bon Jovi 2020″ will be available for free on the BON JOVI Facebook page. 

Check out some new EDDIE VEDDER solo material.

SAMMY HAGAR, KEVIN CRONIN, JOE SATRIANI, BONNIE RAITT and more will participate in a live stream of music and messages for Santa Cruz Fire Relief. It’s happening December 5 at 10pm Eastern. More info here.

SLASH is loving the new AC/DC album.

THE DARKNESS will stream a show from London’s Indigo at The O2 on December 18. The set will be recorded for a live album, “Streaming Of A White Christmas”, due out in 2021. Click here for tickets and info.