Rock News Randoms 3-4-21

Rock News Randoms 3-4-21

ALICE COOPER says he never saw MARILYN MANSON as being capable of what women are accusing him of, but he admits they’re not super-tight.  He IS tight with JOHNNY DEPP, though, and he calls him, quote, “one of the most gentle, harmless people I’ve ever met

METALLICA celebrated the 35th anniversary of its classic third album, “Master Of Puppets”, by performing the song “Battery” on the March 3 episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”. 

PAUL STANLEY recently talked to about KISS‘s “End Of The Road” tour truly being the end of the touring road for the band.

A new SCORPIONS album is almost done and could be out this year. 

PETE TOWNSHEND says the latest WHO album cost too much to make.

THE NETWORK, (GREEN DAY in disguise), recently performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

According to MICK FLEETWOOD, he and LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM may make music together again,

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will go down October 30th in Cleveland, and it WILL be open to the public.  

You can catch a livestream event with guitar great YNGWIE MALMSTEEN on March 20 at10:30pm. He and his band will rock live from Las Vegas. Click here for tickets.