Rock News Randoms 4-26-22

Rock News Randoms 4-26-22

ENVY OF NONE, ALEX LIFESON‘s new band, released the official music video for “Never Said I Love You”, a tune on their self-titled debut album, which was released April 8.

STING says that bands are for KIDS. Quote, “I don’t think any grown man can be in a band, actually.  A band is a teenage gang.  Who wants to be in a teenage gang when you’re knocking 70?  It doesn’t allow you to evolve.” Sting left the POLICE when he was 32.

Artist CYNTHIA PLASTER CASTER died on Thursday.  She was famous for making plaster casts of rock stars’ “light sabers”.  JIMI HENDRIX was her most famous subject. 

MÖTLEY CRÜE has teamed up with Brewtality Coffee Co. to create a new way to wake up.

JOURNEY just realease a new single from their forthcoming album, Freedom.

MICK JAGGER thinks guys like YUNGBLUD and MACHINE GUN KELLY are the future.  Quote, “That kind of post-punk vibe makes me think there is still a bit of life in rock and roll.”   

SOUNDGARDEN‘s groundbreaking ’94 album, “Superunknown”, has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) for sales in excess of six million copies. 

According to Daily Mail, OZZY OSBOURNE has applied for permission for a “rehabilitation” wing at his home in Buckinghamshire, England. Two years ago, Ozzy shared the news that he was diagnosed with a form of Parkinson’s disease. Meanwhile, OZZY‘s daughter AIMEE has a new track called “Against Mine”.  She records under the name ARO

PEARL JAM’s EDDIE VEDDER teamed up with NASA to interview the crew aboard the ISS to celebrate Earth Day 2022.