Rock News Randoms 12-7-20

Rock News Randoms 12-7-20

PAUL STANLEY says that work has been completed on the debut album from his R&B band SOUL STATION. 

DEEP PURPLE is planning to enter the studio in 2021 to begin work on another album. 

Three of EDDIE VAN HALEN‘s guitars sold at auction for $422,000. After seeing a story about it, WOLFGANG VAN HALEN clarified that the guitars did not come from him. Read the full story here.

Watch METALLICA’s KIRK HAMMETT and BILLY GIBBONS of ZZ TOP take on the FLEETWOOD MAC tune “The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown)” at the PETER GREEN tribute concertthat happened earlier this year. 

JUDAS PRIESTsinger ROB HALFORD is celebrating 34 years of sobriety.

TODD RUNDGREN has announced a 2021 virtual tour featuring 25 shows designed for different U.S. cities. Read more here.

MOTLEY CRUE has its own line of hot sauce nowThe limited-edition set is available for $75.00, featuring six sauces in varying heat levels.  

STEVIE NICKS sold an 80% stake in her music catalog for $100 million. The deal includes tracks from Stevie’s solo career and with FLEETWOOD MAC, including “Edge of Seventeen”“Landslide”, and, of course, “Dreams”. 

STYX released a new video for “Too Much Time On My Hands”. It was filmed at the band’s home studios for Pittsburgh #SteelersNation for the Deember 2 game against Baltimore. STYX‘s affiliation with the Steelers has been strong for years.