Day in Rock Report for 11/13/2021
Chris Daughtry has postponed the remaining date of his current U.S. tour to return home after the tragic death of his stepdaughter Hannah. The 25-year-old was founded dead in her Nashville home of Friday (November 12th) by local police.
Daughtry shared the following message via Facebook on Saturday, "I am still processing the last 24 hours. I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken. (read more)
Organizers have recruited Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters, KISS and Korn to be the headliners for the 2022 edition of the Welcome To Rockville Festival.
Next year's installment of the annual music festival will be taking place at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL on May 19th through 22nd. (read more)
Slipknot percussionist M. Shawn Crahan (aka Clown) was forced to miss the band's appearance at the Welcome To Rockville Festival this weekend due to an injury.
Clown shared an update via Instagram and explained that he underwent surgery on Friday (November 12th) after he suffered a torn bicep tendon during the band's set at Knotfest Los Angeles concert back on November 5th. (read more)
(hennemusic) Eric Clapton is streaming video of a performance of his classic hit "Layla" from his new live package, "The Lady In The Balcony: Lockdown Sessions."
The footage surfaces in sync with the release of his latest project, which captures the guitarist and his band playing at Cowdray House in West Sussex, England before an empty venue, with one exception: his wife, Melia, who was the sole outside observer and the inspiration for the Sessions title. (read more)
(hennemusic) Queen revisit a series of legendary parties on the latest episode of their 50th anniversary video series The Greatest. When it comes to their work in the studio, and their live performances on stage, Queen have reached iconic status...but in true rock n roll fashion, their ability to throw an extravagant party is also legendary.
Take Queen's private event following a 1986 show at Wembley Stadium; when the band took over London's famous Roof Gardens you were in for a night guaranteed to blow your mind, with a number of special guests that includes glamour model and singer Samantha Fox. (read more)
(hennemusic) Green Day are streaming a live recording of their 1995 track, "Stuck With Me", from the forthcoming collection, "BBC Sessions," which is due December 10th.
The tune was one of a number of songs the group delivered - alongside "Geek Stink Breath", "Brain Stew/Jaded" and "Walking Contradiction" - while at the UK broadcast outlet to promote their fourth album, "Insomniac." (read more)
(hennemusic) Motley Crue are streaming a newly-released remastered 40th anniversary digital version of their classic 1981 debut album, "Too Fast For Love."
The band's first record was originally issued on their own label before the group was signed to Elektra Records the following year, which prompted a remix by Roy Thomas Baker for its major label release. (read more)
Above Snakes recently released their latest single and music video called "Nothing to Lose" and to celebrate we asked Johnny Skulls and Dax Dabs to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
Nothing to lose is our 4th Single which came out October 15th.
We wrote and recorded the track at the iconic East Iris Studios (House Of Blues Studios) In Nashville TN with producer Kile Odell & Zach Williams (Lead Singer for Dead Eyes.) The studio had a very chill vibe and with a lot of creativity in the room, it really brought some magic to the track. (continue)