Classic Rock Nuggets: K. Richards New Video, Seger, Skynyrd and more

Keith Richards has released a video for “Big Town Playboy,” one of the previously unreleased tracks on the 30th anniversary reissue of his first solo album,Talk Is Cheap, which will be out March 29th.

OnTwitterJohn Fogerty says he is writing and that “we are going to be hearing some new tunes sometime in 2019!”

Bob Seger has added two more hometown shows – his fifth and sixth -- at the DTE Energy Music Theater in the Detroit suburb of Clarkston, Michigan. His office says, “While we wish we could go on forever, these two additional shows will be Seger’s final ‘Pine Knob’ (the former name of DTE) shows of the Roll Me Away Tour.” The DTE shows are from June 6th through the 21st.

Jimmy Page attended last week’s London launch of his 29-year old girlfriend Scarlett Sabet’s new volume of poetry,Camille. Just before reciting a poem on sexual passion, she said, “I’ll let you guess who this is about,” at which point someone shouted, “It’s obviously Jimmy!” Page is 75.

Lynyrd Skynyrd is currently touring Canada without back-up singer Dale Rossington. Her husband, Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington, says she is home recovering from back surgery.

Patti Smith,Darlene Love andTodd Rundgren have been added to The Music of Van Morrison tribute show at New York's Carnegie Hall on March 21st. Previously announced artists include Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn, Josh Ritter and Richard Marx.

Red Hot Chili Peppers' concert at the Great Pyramids in Egypt on March 15th will stream live on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, the band's website and starting at 2:00 p.m. ET.

19 shows from Dead & Company’s 2017-’18 tour are now available for downloading and streaming. Go to Dead.netfor more details.

Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band covered “Misunderstood” by Wilco to end their show Thursday night in Wilco's hometown of Chicago.

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros will play two “surprise” shows at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City tonight (Monday). Free recordings of the shows will be released by

Rob Halford said in an Australian interview that the band “had a meeting...about planning the foreseeable future and I would say there's definitely a new[Judas] Priest album on the way."

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