Eagles, Van Halen, Allman Bros. and More Classic Rock Nuggets

The Eagles are expanding their Hotel Californiatour. Third nights have been added in Atlanta, New York, Dallas and Los Angeles, while new cities include Denver on March 26th and 28th at the Pepsi Center and April 3rd and 4th at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. The tour starts on February 7th in Atlanta.

The Allman Brothers Band-curated Peach Music Festival will return to Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania July 2nd through the 5th

Ronnie Wood’s ex-wife,Jo Wood, has a new book coming on November 5th --Stoned: Photographs and Treasures From Life With The Rolling Stones.

A limited-edition Twisted Sister coin in commemoration of the 35th anniversary of theirStay Hungrya album is available for $35 each. Like the album at a yard sale, the coin has no monetary value.

Guitarist Tommy Bolin, who was in The James Gang and Deep Purple will be inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame on December 3rd. He died of an OD in 1976.

Elton John put in a surprise appearance on Monday at his pop-up store in Toronto where he signed copies of his memoir,Me. Elton will visit with his friend Sharon Osbourne today (Wednesday) on The Talk on CBS. Elton performs in Toronto, the hometown of his husband and manager David Furnish, on Wednesday and Thursday.

 

John Fogerty has posted a video of him giving a guitar lesson to his daughter, which he does nightly.

 

Van Halen have posted an official trailer for The Japanese Singles 1978 - 1984 collection, which comes out a week from Friday.

 

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