Rock News Randoms 7-21-22

Rock News Randoms 7-21-22

Journey is going to tour stadiums for their 50th anniversary, and we could see appearances from Steve Perry and/or Gregg Rolie. In an interview with ET, which you can watch here, Neal Schon said “We’re going back into stadiums with someone I can’t really talk about right now”. 

Heart is also celebrating a 50th anniversary, and Ann Wilson says they’re “doing a thing next year”.

Ozzy Osbourne is up and walking around . . . with a cane. And Ozzy will release a new single, “Degradation Rules”, on Friday, July 22., that features BLACK SABBATH bandmate Tony Iommi.

Check out some videos of Motley Crue performing in Kansas City.

Ian Astbury of The Cult jumped into the crowd to break up a fight during a show in D.C. (WARNING:  The videos contain profanity.) 

The official Ronnie James Dio documentary “Dreamers Never Die” will be out at the end of the summer.

Eddie Vedder lost his voice due to “heat, dust, and smoke” at a Paris show, so Pearl Jam had to cancel their next gig in Vienna. 

A new Megadeth track, “Night Stalkers”, will be out Friday, July 22. The new album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!”, will be released on September 2.

Netflix is doing a docuseries on Woodstock 99 . . . and they’re calling it “Cluster[Eff]”

Europe is planning to begin recording a new album in 2023.

 A man drew a picture of David Crosby and sent it to him.  Crosby, ever the A-HOLE, replied, quote, “That’s the weirdest painting of me I have ever seen.  Don’t quit your day job.” 

Richie Sambora says he has a new solo album ready to go.

TidalWave Comics is proud to announce the addition of Stevie Nicks comic book to its popular “Female Force” series focused on women who make an impact around the world. Photo courtesy of TidalWave Productions. Click here for more info.