Pat Benetar, Bon Jovi, Ronnie Wood and more Nuggets

Pat Benatar’s first album, In the Heat of the Night, was released 40 years ago yesterday (Tuesday). Commenting on the milestone, she says, “What a ride it has been. Thank you all for the adventure of a lifetime

Jon Bon Jovi says his band’s next album will be titled Bon Jovi: 2020. “It’s an election year, so why not? I couldn’t do any worse.” Adding that he’s "very happy with it," he says some of the songs deal with veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and mass shootings.Bon Jovi’s last album was 2016’s This House Is Not for Sale.

Bryan Adams will do a free show at Heroes' Square in Budapest, Hungary on September 28th.

Glenn Hughes says Black Country Communion, his band with Jason Bonham and Joe Bonamassa, will not record their fifth album until January 2021.

Van Morrison, who has five shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in January and February, will do five nights at the London Palladium in March.

Ronnie Wood is promising something new and Rolling Stones-related today (Wednesday) in his online art store,

The release of Moody Blues bassist John Lodge’s album,B-Yond: The Very Best of, has moved to September 27th, with vinyl on November 29th.

The Hard Rock has scheduled its annual "Freddie for a Week" celebration of Freddie Mercury starting September 5th, which would have been the singer’s birthday. Hard Rock locations will sell special merchandise and serve a Freddie-inspired milkshake to benefit Queen’s Mercury Phoenix Trust AIDS charity.

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