Rock News Randoms 6-1-22

Rock News Randoms 6-1-22

Even the pros make mistakes. METALLICA axeman KIRK HAMMETT stumbled over the intro to “Nothing Else Matters” when the band performed in Boston on May 29. He recovered quickly and had a little fun with his error.

PINK FLOYD joined TikTok because all the cool kids are doing it. 

BOB DYLAN‘s handwritten lyric sheets for “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Mr. Tambourine Man” are up for sale.

Here are 13 rock and metal songs that were written as tributes to dead musicians

BRIAN MAY of QUEEN talks EVH, GNR and more in a new interview.

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drummer Chad Smith is also another sort of artists – he paints. Smith’s art will be exhibited in a Santa Monica, CA gallery in July.

MEGADETH made it official. JAMES LOMENZO is the permanent replacement on bass for DAVID ELLEFSON.

Former KISS guitarists VINNIE VINCENT, ACE FREHLEY, and BRUCE KULICK performed live together for the first time ever.

Are these the 10 heaviest BEATLES songs?

JON ANDERSON will be hitting the road to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the YES album, Close to the Edge.