Day in Rock Report for 09/14/2021
(hennemusic) Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar will play a rooftop concert on September 22 above the Strip at Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the 6:30 p.m. performance will see the Red Rocker play for about 200 invited guests and contest winners on the rooftop, and will be viewable to the pedestrian traffic across the Strip and also on the Paris marquee below the giant, lighted balloon. (read more)
(hennemusic) Ozzy Osbourne is streaming a new version of his 1991 track, "Hellraiser", featuring Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, from the forthcoming 30th anniversary digital release of his "No More Tears" album.
The 2021 mix presents the first-ever official version of the song featuring both rockers; "Hellraiser" was one of four songs on Osbourne's sixth album that were co-written by Lemmy - alongside "Mama, I'm Coming Home," "I Don't Want To Change The World" and "Desire", while Motorhead would go on to record their own version for their 1992 album, "March Or Die." (read more)
Thomas Rhett has scored his 18th No. 1 single with his latest song "Country Again," which has just topped both the Billboard Country and Mediabase/Country Aircheck Charts.
The single is the title cut from Rhett's latest studio album, "Country Again: Side A" that was released back in April by The Valory Music Co. He had this to say, "This song is so special to me, because every line really is autobiographical." (read more)
(hennemusic) Green Day are sharing a live video of their cover of the 1975 KISS classic, "Rock And Roll All Nite", from the recently-completed North American leg of the band's Hella Mega Tour.
"Even though the Hella Mega Tour is over (for now)," says the group, "we want to keep partying every day which is why we're dropping our live version of "Rock and Roll All Nite" right here, right now!!" (read more)
Eric Church has shared a behind the scenes video for his upcoming very first in-the-round The Gather Again Tour that he will be launching later this week.
He will be hitting the road to support his triple album, "Heart & Soul," which features the CMA nominated Single of the Year and Song of the Year, "Hell Of A View".
The trek is kicking off this Friday, September 17th in Lexington, KY at the Rupp Arena and will wrap up on May 20th of next year at Madison Square Garden in New York City. (read more)
(hennemusic) The Foo Fighters were named the recipients of the Global Icon Award at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards in New York on September 9. While receiving the honor - which originated a decade ago as part of MTV's Europe Music Awards - Dave Grohl delivered an acceptance speech on behalf of the group, which he launched in 1995 with a self-titled debut album.
"This is quite an award to receive," Grohl told the crowd, while before thanking a number of supporters, adding, "We've been a band for 26 years, so it's pretty good!" (read more)
Charming Liars have shared their electric cover of the Earth, Wind & Fire classic "September", which they have released ahead of their new Sequence 2:The After" EP that will be hitting stores on October 8th.
The band had this to say about covering the classic hit, "When we decide to cover a song, it's really important to put our mark on it. Otherwise what's the point?" (read more)
In The A.M., have released a lyric video for their brand new single "Save Yourself", which is just the first of a series of singles that the alt-rock/metal band plans to release this year through next spring.
Alex Shimp had this to say about the track, "This song is about people in your life trying to force you to be whom they think you should be because they think they know better for you than you do for yourself. (read more)
James Arthur has announced that he will be hitting the road early next year for his It'll All Make Sense In The End Tour that will visit the UK and North America.
The U.S. and Canadian leg will be kicking off on April 21st in Seattle, WA at the Neptune Theatre and will conclude on May 20th in New York City, NY at Pier 17. (read more)
Former Black Sabbath frontman Tony Martin has announced that they will be releasing his brand new solo album, which will be entitled "Thorns", on December 1st.
He had this to say about the effort, "This new album is probably the most 'Tony Martin' a Tony Martin album has ever sounded!! It's got several surprises that will lift people's eyebrows I am sure. Largely, but not entirely based around the riffs of Scott McClellan, new to the world scene he has proved to be a worthy partner in crime for this release... I was able to make some great songs out of the riffs he was coming up with which is very similar in the writing sense to that which I experienced with Tony Iommi. Different sound and style but the riffing talent that someone like Scott has is very cool." (read more)
We Came As Romans have premiered a music video for their brand new single "Black Hole", which features a guest appearance from Beartooth's Caleb Shomo.
The band had this to say about the track, "Black Hole was the very last song that we wrote for the record. We had this idea of what we wanted it to sound like, and we wrote a bunch of music for it throughout our time in L.A. But we were never really satisfied with what we created. With only a week left in the studio, we had finally created something that we were all stoked about - and it was time to put a message to the song." (read more)
Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick and bassist Rob Felicetti have announced that they will be crossing the pond this in December to launch a special acoustic tour.
The Acoustic Sing-A-Long With Jaret & Rob tour will be kicking off on December 7th in Guildford at The Boilerroom and will wrap up on December 14th in Bristol at Thekla. (read more)
Spurge have released a music video for their new single "57." The track comes from the group's latest EP, "Crown" and was inspired by the pandemic lockdown.
They had this to say, "'57' is a song about whether or not we have any control over our fate. Inspired by COVID keeping the band stuck in their homes for about a year, it comes from a feeling of slowly losing our grips and becoming somewhat numb." (read more)
Impending Doom have shared the bad news that they have been forced to cancel what was to be their first live appearance in almost two years.
The band was set to perform at the Uprise Festival in Shippensburg, PA this coming weekend, which will be taking place on September 17th and 18th, but they have been forced to pull out after frontman Brook Reeves tested positive for Covid-19. (read more)
UK rockers It's Karma It's Cool have released a lyric video for their brand new single "Coffee Cup Circles", from their forthcoming sophomore album.
The new album, the follow-up to their debut "Woke Up in Hollywood", will be entitled "Homesick For Our Future Destinations" and set to be released on November 5th. (read more)
Jodi Essex has just released a video for her brand new rockin' and thought provoking song "Offend" and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the inspiration of the track. Here is the story:
OK. So I'm not here to offend anyone, but bear with me for a few moments, please and thank you. ;-) I love God but I loathe religion. I have faith in Christ and a personal relationship with Jesus, but that's where it ends. (continue)