Rock News Randoms 1-28-22

Rock News Randoms 1-28-22

Here’s video of METALLICA performing Trapped Under Ice” that was filmed December 17, 2021 in San Francisco., during the band’s 40th anniversary shows.

Check out an EDDIE VAN HALEN mural in Hollywood that moves when you look at it through your phone. 

DAVID BOWIE‘s 1976 movie “The Man Who Fell to Earth” is being made into a graphic novel

Sammy Hagar announced the first dates of his “Crazy Times” North American summer amphitheater tour. Hagar will be joined by his best-selling rock supergroup The Circle, featuring fellow Van Halen alum and Rock Hall of Fame inductee, Michael Anthony; Grammy-award winning drummer, Jason Bonham; and Vic Johnson, Hagar’s longtime guitar virtuoso.  Special guests George Thorogood & The Destroyers will also join the entire tour, which is produced by Live Nation and presented by Hagar’s portfolio of spirits — Sammy’s Beach Bar Cocktail Co., Santo Tequila and Beach Bar Rum. The “Crazy Times” tour kicks off in Bridgeport, CT on Friday, Jun. 10 at Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater and continues through Saturday, Sept. 10 at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California. No dates in NC, but if anything gets added, we’ll pass it along.

BRYAN ADAMS has a new tune – check out “Never Gonna Rain”.

Will GEOFF TATE ever reunite with QUEENSRYCHE? There’s big money on the table for it.

ALICE COOPER released a new spoken-word album to go along with his online game.

ASIA is prepping for a 40th anniversary tour that features founding members GEOFF DOWNES and CARL PALMER.

Enjoy DAVE MUSTAINE of MEGADETH teaching you how to play “Symphony Of Destruction”. It was recorded at Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp in Florida earlier this month. NSFW

TidalWave Comics is proud to announce the addition of Ringo Starr to its popular “Orbit” comic book series focused on personalities who impact the world.  “Orbit: Ringo Starr” is available now.   

The GRATEFUL DEAD are teaming up with Care Bears for some new merchandise – interesting.

In a tribute to MEAT LOAF after his passing, musicians of the Queen’s Guard performed “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” at Buckingham Palace in London.

NEIL YOUNG‘s music is no longer on Spotify.  Earlier this week, he demanded they choose between him and Joe Rogan, saying he can’t support the platform if they contribute to the spread of “false Covid-19 information.”  Well, in a not-so-surprising decision, they went with Joe.

BOB DYLAN sold his catalog to Sony Music.  They reportedly paid him between $150 million and $200 million. 

Former TOM PETTY axeman, MIKE CAMPBELL, and his band the Dirty Knobs have an album called External Combustion coming out on March 4. Here’s the first release….