Def Leppard, Alex Lifeson, Deep Purple and More Rock Nuggets

Def Leppard have posted the last of their behind-the-scenes tour videos, an eight-minute vlog covering their final concert of 2019, November 2nd at the grand opening of Hard Rock Sacramento at Fire Mountain in Wheatland, California.

 

Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson is selling 125 prints of his painting Self Portrait 2. Each one is numbered and signed, and comes with a certificate of authenticity. All proceeds benefit the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Alex Lifeson self-portrait

Peter Framptontweets, “I am incredibly touched by all of the contributions to my Research Fund at Johns Hopkins. I can’t thank you enough for all of your checks, online donations and purchasing my new CD on tour this year! Your generosity is unbelievable. I truly have the best fans in the world!” Frampton suffers from inclusion body myositis (IBM), a progressive muscle disorder characterized by muscle inflammation, weakness and atrophy.

Ronnie Wood has unveiled a limited-edition series of watches made by the British watch companyBremont. He hand-painted 47 watch dials as a nod to the year he was born, 1947. Each watch is one-of-a-kind and will retail for just under $50,000. Woody is co-hosting Later With Jools Holland on England’s BBC Two tonight (Thursday) and Friday.

Osbourne's No More Tours 2, starting May 27th in Atlanta. The trek was originally supposed to be this past summer but was postponed due to Ozzy's various health issues.

Van Morrison will publish a second volume of lyrics, titled Keep 'Er Lit, next year. It will contain the words to 120 songs. The first volume was Lit Up Inside.

The Clarence Clemons documentary Who Do I Think I Am?is now streaming on Netflix.

Deep Purple will release a new concert album,Live in Rome 2013, on December 6th. 

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