Rock News Randoms 4-29-22

Rock News Randoms 4-29-22

Here’s the trailer for the RANDY RHOADS documentary that will be available on Video on Demand on May 6.

GENE SIMMONS wished ACE FREHLEY a happy birthday on Wednesday and said the offer still stands to join KISS onstage for encores. 

DIO‘s “Holy Diver” album was recently certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for sales in excess of two million copies.

RANDY RAND, founding bassist for AUTOGRAPH has died.

There’s a new METALLICA branded beverage – a limited edition Blackened Kentucky Straight Rye Double Cask Finished Whiskey called Rye The Lightning.

Check out this hilarious video where the guys in NIRVANA are shocked to find out that some artists charge $50 to $75 for a concert ticket.  

 AC/DC‘s“Thunderstruck” is the most expensive song to license for movies, TV shows, and video games.  It cost $500,000 to use it in the movie “Varsity Blues” more than 20 years ago, and it’s been in tons of movies since. 

SHARON OSBOURNE shared on “The Talk U.K.” that OZZY OSBOURNE has Covid-19.  She’s going to fly home to L.A. to help him get better because she’s “very worried” about him right now.

A new CCR documentary is in the works, narrated by JEFF BRIDGES.

Here’s Episode 3 of the original music reality show, “No Cover”, hosted by ALICE COOPER, BUSH’s GAVIN ROSSDALE and more.