Ozzy, Southside Johnny, Santana and More Rock Nuggets

Sharon Osbourne says Ozzy's new album will be out in January.

Good Housekeeping magazine posted an online feature on 17 of the Best Movie Songs of All Time. An '80s classic takes the top spot: "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds fromThe Breakfast Club.

Jon Bon Jovi helped induct Southside Johnny into the New Jersey Hall of Fame on Sunday in Asbury Park and then joined him for a performance.The Smithereens, who were also inducted, closed out the ceremony with singers Robin Wilson of the Gin Blossoms and Marshall Crenshaw standing in for the late Pat DiNizio.

Jason Isbell tipped his hat to classic rock during his show Saturday night at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium as he did covers of Patti Smith and Bruce Springsteen’s “Because the Night,”Dire Straits’ “Brothers in Arms,”Tom Petty’s “Runnin’ Down a Dream” and The Allman Brothers Band’s “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed.”

Carlos Santana has announced that his 2020 tour, which is dubbed Miraculous, will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Supernatural and the 50th anniversary of Abraxas. It will be a world tour, starting in Europe in March.

Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson says frontman Dave Mustaine has completed his throat cancer treatments and is now “going through the recovery.” Ellefson hopes Mustaine will be "ready to go" in time for Megadeth’s scheduled European tour in January. 

Jackson Browne inducted Shawn Colvin into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame last Thursday. Buddy Guy was also inducted. PBS will broadcast the ceremony on New Year’s Day.

R.E.M.released one last track from the Monster box set, "Uptempo Mo Distortion," before it hits stores on Friday.

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