Day in Rock Report for 09/19/2021
Sharon Osbourne spoke about the upcoming Ozzy Osbourne biopic and said that she hopes that they will begin filming the project in the spring of next year.
The film will focus on the early days of her and Ozzy's relationship. She told DailyMailTV, "It's a movie about Ozzy's and my life, how we came together in the early days and our volatile relationship." (read more)
(hennemusic) KISS will release a series of expanded 45th anniversary reissues of their 1976 album, "Destroyer", on November 19th. Produced by Bob Ezrin, the band's fourth studio set featured instant classics like "Detroit Rock City," "Shout It Out Loud," "God Of Thunder" and their highest-charting US hit, "Beth."
Coming on the heels of the chart success of 1975's legendary "Alive!" album, "Destoyer" served as the group's real commercial breakthrough when it become their first record to sell one million copies in its first year, and it remains their all-time best selling studio album. (read more)
Orange County, Ca veterans Ignite have released a brand new digital EP to introduce fans to their brand new lead vocalist, Eli Santana of Holy Grail fame.
The band's longtime frontman Zoli Teglas exited the band last year. The group have shared a music video for the title track of their new EP, "Anti-Complicity Anthem." (read more)
Brantley Gilbert pays tribute to servicemen and woman with his brand new single "Gone But Not Forgotten." We were sent the following details about the new track.
When Gilbert shared his emotionally-charged never-before-recorded "Gone But Not Forgotten" via Instagram on Aug. 28, he hoped it would give people the opportunity to turn to music to find some comfort and healing. (read more)
(hennemusic) Lindsey Buckingham performed his 2021 single, "On The Wrong Side", on the September 16 episode of CBS-TV's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The appearance was in sync with the guitarist's newly-released self-titled album, which he recorded and produced at his home studio in Los Angeles over the past few years. (read more)
(hennemusic) Queen are putting the spotlight on live performances by their iconic frontman, Freddie Mercury, on the latest episode of the band's 50th anniversary video series The Greatest.
Regarded as one of music's most compelling stage performers, Freddie understood - from the beginning - the importance of winning over a crowd, and through the years as Queen's audiences grew, he became the absolute master - culminating in one of the most iconic moments in music history at Live Aid in 1985. (read more)
(hennemusic) Heart singer Ann Wilson is sharing pro-shot footage of her performance at the recent Tunnel To Towers Never Forget Concert at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.
The August 21 event to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks saw a lineup that included Journey, the Steve Miller Band, John Fogerty, Wyclef Jean, Lee Greenwood and more. (read more)
Iron Lizards just released their debut album 'Hungry for Action' and to celebrate we asked Elio to tell us about the track "Obey / Annihilate". Here is the story:
I remember playing the guitar one afternoon and came up with the main riff of the song, which is a blues rock riff with double stops. Then, instead of playing it in shuffle, I played it in a more direct Punk/Hardcore way. (continue)