Rock News Randoms 2-8-23

Rock News Randoms 2-8-23

Check out the Super Bowl commercial for the company WorkDay – you’ll see Paul Stanley, Ozzy Osbourne, Joan Jett, Billy Idol and Gary Clark Jr.

In the wake of Ozzy Osbourne cancelling his tour, guitarist Zakk Wylde commented to him “when you are ready to roll, we roll.” 

KISS’ manager said Paul Stanley sings along to backing tracks during live shows. 

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour and Roger Waters are feuding again.  David and his wife called Roger an anti-Semite, a misogynistic megalomaniac, and a lot more.  Roger ‘s people called their comments “wildly inaccurate.” 

A couple of lawmakers want to add Steve Earle’s 1988 hit “Copperhead Road” to the list of State Songs of Tennessee.  They proposed a bill to be voted on during the legislative session. 

Here’s a little taste of what’s happening on John Mellencamp’s current tour.

Metallica will release their new album “72 Seasons” on CASSETTE

Carlos Santana is the latest artist to set up a Las Vegas residency. His will happen this fall.

Here are seven times rock bands were sued by the models on their album covers. 

February 10 is the sixth annual Cliff Burton Day, as officially declared by Cliff‘s hometown of Castro Valley. The late Metallica bassist would have turned 56 years old on that date had he lived.

Megadeth will is doing a global livestream event on Monday, February 27. “They Only Come Out At Night” will be streaming from the infamous Budokan in Tokyo.