Def Leppard recapped 2019 in a new video. The word is they’ll tour next year with Motley Crue and Poison. (No word if it will be dubbed the “Hair Spray” tour.)
The Who was honored yesterday (Tuesday) in London as the first act added to the city’s Music Walk of Fame.Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend attended the ceremony.
Queen was recently honored by BMI for six-million radio spins of “We Will Rock You” and three-million for “Fat Bottomed Girls.”
Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton went to see the World War II movie Midway and says it’s “really good! Better than I expected.”
Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top will host America Salutes You, a concert to benefit mental wellness charities for veterans and first responders Sunday at Embarcadero Park in San Diego. Gibbons will be joined by George Thorogood, Warren Haynes, Nancy Wilson, Steve Lukather and others. It will eventually air on the CW network.
Chicago’s “25 or 6 to 4” is being used in a U.S. Army commercial.
Paul McCartney will play a pair of dates in Italy -- June 10th in Naples and the 13th in Lucca -- ahead of his headlining slot later in the month at England's Glastonbury festival.
Ozzy Osbourne will release another single from his upcoming Ordinary Man album. His site now invitesfans to go "Straight to Hell" at midnight on Thursday. The album will be out early next year.
Peter Buck of R.E.M.has a new project that will release an album next spring.The No Ones features his long-time musical partner Scott McCaughey and two musicians from Norway. The quartet has a spring tour of Norway and Denmark, but no U.S. dates yet.
Tesla have announced their first datesfor 2020. They'll be on the road from February 14th in Pensacola, Florida through the 26th in Houston, plus more shows in April.
Gary U.S. Bonds is among the 2020 honorees of the East Coast Music Hall of Fame, June 9th and 10th in Atlantic City, New Jersey.