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Day in Rock Report for 06/14/2022

Legendary Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne underwent surgery to remove and realign pins in his neck and back on Monday (June 13th), according to Page Six.

Ozzy's wife and manager Sharon Osbourne revealed during the Wednesday (June 8th) episode of The Talk UK and shared that she was returning to the United States to be by Ozzy's side for the surgery. (read more)

The Rolling Stones have announced that they have been forced to postpone another concert after frontman Mick Jagger tested positive for Covid-19, and revealed that they expect to resume the tour next week.

The band shared the following update via social media on Tuesday (June 14th), "The Rolling Stones have been forced to postpone their upcoming concert in Bern, Switzerland at Wankdorf Stadium on Friday June 17, following Mick Jagger testing positive for COVID. (read more)

(hennemusic) The Jimi Hendrix estate is streaming audio of a 1970 concert in Baltimore, MD. The live audience recording captures The Jimi Hendrix Experience lineup of Band Of Gypsys bassist Billy Cox, drummer Mitch Mitchell and the guitarist in performance at the Baltimore Civic Center on June 13, 1970 as they delivered a 70-minute, 14-song set - opening with "Straight Ahead" and closing with the "Electric Ladyland" classic, "Voodoo Child (Slight Return). (read more)

(hennemusic) Legendary Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant is revisiting his 2002 solo track, "Last Time I Saw Her", on the latest episode of his podcast series Digging Deep.

Plant and host Matt Everitt discuss the tune from the singer's seventh solo album, "Dreamland", adding, "but we're not dealing with the original, instead we're unearthing the rare remix of 'Last Time I Saw Her'. Enjoy!" (read more)

Clutch have shared a brand new single called "We Strive for Excellence" and they have also revealed their plans to hit the road this fall for a headline tour.

The new track comes ahead of their new album and follows the release of the song "Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)" back in April. Frontman Neil Fallon had this to say about the new single, "We Strive for Excellence looks back fondly on childhood summers filled with grand plans gone awry, inexplicable bruises, untreated injuries, and of course, the timeless wisdom of Evel Knievel." (read more)

Jimmy Eat World have premiered a music video for their brand new single "Something Loud", which was co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin.

Frontman Jim Adkins was inspired by the announcement of the When We Were Young Festival and the band produced the song with Justin Meldel-Johnson. (read more)

On the heels of a sold-out Minneapolis stadium show this past Saturday, June 11, Eric Church returns to Country radio with the fourth single off his chart-topping triple album Heart & Soul, "Doing Life With Me."

Written by Eric Church together with Casey Beathard ("Mr. Misunderstood," "Hell Of A View") and Jeffrey Steele ("Stick That In Your Country Song"), the reflective song sees Church expressing gratitude for those by his side through the journey of a musical career. (read more)

Wednesday 13 has announced that they he has added a new second leg to his 20 Years Of Fear Tour that will be hitting various markets across North America this fall.

The tour features a career spanning setlist and the new leg is set to kick off on beginning September 5th in Los Angeles, CA and will wrap up on October 22nd in Anaheim, CA. (read more)

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