Classic Rock Nuggets-T.Petty, J.Page, B.Seger and more

Jimmy Page says he has “website projects planned for this year. Be sure to keep an eye on JimmyPage.com so I can keep you informed as to when they surface.”

The Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers collection, The Best of Everything, has been pushed back again, this time from February 1st to March 1st.

David Lee Roth says the tattoos that cover his back and chest cost him close to $90,000 -- $300 per hour.

Gene Simmons tells the British financial website This Is Money about the silliest money he ever made: “There was a royal event I had to speak at for an hour and they paid me millions of pounds. It is not proper to say which royal family it was, but they just wanted me there. God knows why. I did not even perform, I just spoke.”

AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” is featured in a commercial for the new Peloton treadmill.

Ozzy Osbourne is asking his fans if he should make New Year’s Eve Ozzfest an annual tradition. The first one was last week at The Forum in Los Angeles.

The Yardbirds have a new guitarist, Godfrey Townshend. They will tour the U.S. from March 14th in Old Saybrook, Connecticut through March 30th in Richmond, Virginia.

Bob Seger resumed his farewell tour Thursday in Saginaw, Michigan and did his first-ever performance of "No Man's Land," a song on 1980’s Against the Wind. He also broke out "Shame on the Moon" for the first time in 27 years. Up next is Toledo, Ohio on Wednesday.

Bret Michaels will release a new song, “Unbroken," which he wrote with his 13-year-old daughter, Jorja Bleu. She also played piano on it and sings harmonies. He is working with a gaming company on a game called Surviving the Rock as well as a theme park ride.

RATT singer Stephen Pearcy recently underwent knee surgery. 

 

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