Rock News Randoms 9-17-21

Rock News Randoms 9-17-21

HEART’s ANN WILSON performed at the “Never Forget Concert” on August 21 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Proceeds went to the Tunnel To Towers Foundation, Check out pro shot video.

The rest of the ROLLING STONES couldn’t attend CHARLIE WATTS‘ funeral because of COVID restrictions.  But they’re turning their logo black for their upcoming tour to honor him. 

BEATALLICA, a band that’s part BEATLES and part METALLICA, will release its 4th studio album, “The Devolver Album”, on November 12.

Guitarist STEVE VAI announced a U.S. tour that includes a date at The Fillmore in Charlotte on February 19, 2022.

NFT artwork inspired by FREDDIE MERCURY of QUEEN is on the way, to celebrate his 75th birthday. Proceeds will benefit The Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity that was founded in Freddie‘s memory to help fight AIDS. 

TOMMY LEE doesn’t have a problem with that “Pam & Tommy” series that’s in the works.  Apparently, SEBASTIAN STAN, who’s playing Tommy, has assured him that it’s a “really beautiful story.” 

STEVE PERRY is doing donating a classic car from his collection to a charity auction. You can bid on a 1979 Mercedes 450 SL at Capital City Auto Auction

PHIL COLLINS doesn’t think the GENESIS reunion tour will continue past this year.

Enjoy some pro video of GUNS N’ ROSES performing “Paradise City” with DAVE GROHL on their current tour.

You can buy JOE PERRY‘s house! His seven acre estate in Duxbury, MA is on the market for $4.5 million. It’s even got a swimming pool in the shape of a guitar.

OZZY OSBOURNE is having surgery to fix his neck and spine injuries. 

Trafalgar Releasing is proud to announce that on November 4th, in celebration of 50 years of The Doors’ legendary album L.A. WOMAN, “The Doors: Live At The Bowl ’68 Special Edition” will transform movie theaters worldwide into concert venues giving fans the closest experience to being there live alongside Jim MorrisonJohn DensmoreRobby Krieger, and Ray Manzarek. In addition to viewing the full concert film, this special event includes extras filmed exclusively for the big screen: a brand-new musical performance of Densmore and Krieger with special guests, plus a conversation with Densmore, Krieger, and the band’s manager, Jeff Jampol.

L.A. GUNS will release their new studio album, “Checkered Past”, on November 12. Check out another release from the set.