Rock News Randoms 1-27-23

Rock News Randoms 1-27-23

Check out a preview of Workday’s Super Bowl ad, featuring Ozzy Osbourne.

Someone created a map of the most listened to classic rock artists around the world. Queen was #1 on the list, followed by GNR, and AC/DC in the third spot. AC/DC was the #1 artist in the U.S..

Robby Krieger of The Doors sold his catalog rights.

Rob Halford says a new Judas Priest album will be out in 2024.

Paul McCartney is releasing a photo book on June 13. The book is filled with pictures that he took in 1964, while The Beatles were exploding.

Def Leppard released some behind the scenes footage of filming from the new Netflix UK film “Bank of Dave”.

Long Story Short: Willie Nelson 90, A Star-Studded Concert Celebrating Willie’s 90th Birthday is happening April 29 and April 30 at the Hollywood Bowl. Guests include Neil Young, Sheryl Crowe, Warren Haynes, Snoop Dogg and many more.

Jethro Tull will release their 23rd studio album, ‘RökFlöte’, on April 21.

Mick Jagger came out with his own line of harmonicas

Dean Daughtry, a co-founder of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, has died at 76.

Check out the previously-unreleased Motorhead song, “Greedy Bastards”.  You may recognize the music from the song “Till the End”, which was on the band’s “Bad Magic” album.  But this is an entirely different lyric. (Warning: NSFW)