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Day in Rock Report for 08/27/2021

KISS were forced to postpone their concert in Burgettstown, PA on Thursday night (August 26th) after frontman Paul Stanley tested positive for Covid-19.

Stanley is the latest rock star to test positive for the virus despite receiving the vaccine. The band broke the news with the following social media post on Thursday, "Tonight's KISS show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA is unfortunately postponed due to Paul Stanley testing positive for COVID. More information about show dates will be made available ASAP. (continue)

(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones have announced that they will proceed with their fall US tour as scheduled following the recent passing of drummer Charlie Watts.

"The Rolling Stones' tour dates are moving ahead as planned," says promoter Concerts West in a statement to Rolling Stone in response to the many inquiries it's received about the status of the tour. (continue)

(hennemusic) The Cult have announced that they have made the decision to postpone their 2021 tour plans due to concerns over the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

The group last performed dates on their Sonic Temple 30th anniversary tour in late 2019; when the pandemic shut down many things, including the live music industry, The Cult rescheduled their 2020 shows to this year, and now they're being moved one more time. (continue)

(hennemusic) The Black Crowes have rescheduled their upcoming UK and European tour. The fall 2022 series will open in Dublin, Ireland on September 21, with dates running to October 19 in Lisbon, Portugal.

"UK and Europe: due to the continuing uncertainty associated with international touring, the Shake Your Money Maker Tour is being re-scheduled to 2022," reports the band's social media team. (continue)

Alt rockers Wave Break recently released their new single and video called "Manic Dreams" and to celebrate we asked frontwoman Kelly Barber to tell us about the track. Here is the story:

Back in fall 2018, our debut EP Armory had just come out, I was trying out new members for the band, I had recently moved into a new apartment and I was very busy in a day job that I had just started earlier that year. Not to mention that I had just entered a new relationship earlier that year as well. I had my mind on a million things at once. The last thing I needed was a distraction or to add something else to my plate. (read more)

(hennemusic) Led Zeppelin reconvene in January of 1971 to continue work on their fourth album in the latest episode of the band's ongoing 50th anniversary video series.

The band set up shop at a country house known as Headley Grange for the sessions, which were captured with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio by engineer Andy Johns. (continue)

Cory Marks has released a new EP entitled "Nashville Nights", which is billed as a rock-tinged follow-up to his "Nashville Mornings" EP that was released earlier this summer.

Marks celebrated the EP's release by sharing a music video for the song, "In Me I Trust." Cory had this to say, "This is a sequel to my last EP Nashville Mornings, except this time I show off my rock influences." (continue)

The Juliana Theory have announced that they will be hitting the road next month for a U.S. co-headlining trek with Mae called The Emotion Is The Everglow Tour.

The special outing will feature The Juliana Theory playing their 2000 release "Emotion Is Dead" and Mae will be performing their 2005 release "The Everglow." (continue)

Country rockers I See Hawks In L.A. recently released their new album "On Our Way" and to celebrate we have asked Paul Lacques to tell us about the track "How You Gonna Know?". Here is the story:

We're a country rock band leaning heavily on folk and bluegrass for our sound and inspiration. While we do delve into the cosmic, our songs are usually concrete story telling. So this song is a big departure for us, sonically and for the stream of consciousness lyrics. (continue)

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