Rock News Randoms 11-23-22

Rock News Randoms 11-23-22

Journey’s Jonathan Cain and Neal Schon are fighting about……an American Express card?

Mick Fleetwood’s wooden . . . MAN PARTS . . . that he wears on the “Rumours” album cover are hitting the auction block.

Here’s a tune from the vault of The Doors.

Metallica’s benefit concert in L.A. will be live-streamed on Paramount+ and MTV’s YouTube channel.  Jimmy Kimmel is hosting, and Greta Van Fleet will open. It’s happening at 8:30 P.M. Eastern on Friday, December 16th, with proceeds from an auction and ticket sales going to Metallica’s foundation, All Within My Hands foundation, which supports many charitable causes.

“Dio: Dreamers Never Die”, will have its television premiere on Showtime on December 1. It will also be available to stream via the Showtime app. A Dio Funko Pop figure is here!

Check out a performance video of Def Leppard’s “Kick”.

 Bob Dylan’s publisher issued $600 refunds for fake “hand signed” books. 

Jack Russell says a Great White reunion will probably not ever happen.

Roger Waters has released a new, “darker” version of Pink Floyd‘s “Comfortably Numb”, along with a new video.

Here’s a photo of the “new” Pantera at their first rehearsal.

Is a Rolling Stones watch on your Christmas list?

Dee Snider has gotten a Funko Pop figure.

Watch The Black Crowes smack down a fan who ran onstage with their mic stand and guitar. (NSFW)

Staind is finishing up a new album.