Rock News Randoms 11-9-22

Rock News Randoms 11-9-22

 Original Nazareth singer Dan McCafferty passed away.  He was 76. 

Slash revealed how his guitar teacher motivated him to sit through boring lessons.

The virtual Ozzfest in the Metaverse Music Festival runs November 10 through 14, and includes performances from Ozzy, Motorhead, Megadeth, Skid Row and Black Label Society. It’s free to watch. And Ozzy says he’d be open to doing more music with Tony Iommi, just not as Black Sabbath.

Metallica recently did a show in Hollywood, FL to honor the life of Megaforce Records founder Jon “Jonny Z” Zazula and his wife Marsha.

When Alice Cooper did “The Muppet Show” in 1978, he kind of forgot the puppets weren’t real.  Quote, “After a while you start talking to them, and they talk back! . . . They become people.”

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted its class of 2022 at the Microsoft Theater in L.A. on Saturday, November 5. The show lasted more than five hours, but a pared-down version will air on HBO on November 19th. 

Guess you have to call Jerry Cantrell’s new video “Prism of Doubt” not-safe-for-work, even though everything is done with dolls. 

Peter Gabriel announced his first solo tour in nine years. 

Dolly Parton says that Steve Perry will be one of the guests on her forthcoming rock album, and Steve backed her up.