Day in Rock Report for 06/15/2022
Post Malone performed Pearl Jam's "Better Man" during his appearance on the Howard Stern Show on Tuesday (June 14th) and SiriusXM has shared video of the performance.
They sent over these details: Post Malone sat down for an exclusive interview and performance on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show yesterday, to promote his new album Twelve Carat Toothache. (read more)
The Moody Blues legend John Lodge has announced that he will be bringing his 'Performs Classic Moody Blues' show to the Ocean City Music Pier on July 25 as part of their Summer Concert Series.
He had this to say, "I'm delighted to be bringing my Moody Blues show to the Ocean City Music Pier as part of their Summer Concert Series! I had a fabulous time on our March tour and on the Flower Power Cruise, and although we are working on dates for later in the year and next year, I was really happy to be asked to be part of this series. (read more)
The Dan Reed Network have released a music video for the title track to their brand new album, "Let's Hear It For The King", to celebrate the new record hitting stores this Friday, June 17th.
"Filmed in Prague during the pandemic the video is the third in an episodic mini-series that the band have been releasing via their Patreon The Stardate Collective where followers have already been introduced to the first two clips from the story", according to the announcement. (read more)
Behemoth have released a music video for their new single "Off To War!". The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Opvs Contra Natvram", which is set to hit stores on September 16th.
Frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski had this to say, "Militant times bring militant music... we're increasing the tempo with our new single, 'Off To War!' - one of my personal favorites from the new record. (read more)
The Milk Men have shared a music video for their new single "Go Go Baby". The track comes from their forthcoming album, "Spin The Bottle", which will be hitting stores on September 9th.
Adam Norsworthy had this to say about the single, Go Go Baby is pure Milk Men. We love short, sharp, snappy rock songs that you can sing along to instantly, and the energy and dynamic in the song reflects what we do on stage The song is full of life and energy and fun, and so are we!" (read more)
Jon Pardi has announced that he will release his fourth studio album, "Mr. Saturday Night," on September 2nd. The 14-song collection will feature his chart-climbing single "Last Night Lonely," latest release "Fill 'Er Up" and 12 additional new tracks.
"A lot of time was spent living with the songs on this record," shares Pardi. "There is more life experience on Mr. Saturday Night than any album I've released before. (read more)
Dolly Parton is donating $1 million to pediatric infectious disease research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC), another transformative gift aimed to help in the fight against serious infectious diseases such as coronavirus that have worldwide ramifications.
Ongoing research in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases includes understanding how viruses and bacteria cause disease, understanding and preventing resistance to antibiotics, preventing and treating infections, diagnosing and treating infections in children with cancer and research to define the impact of childhood infections throughout the world. (read more)
The Foo Fighters have announced that Rush stars Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor, The Police's Stewart Copeland, Joshua Homme, The Pretenders' Chrissie Hyde, and Wolfgang Van Halen lead the special guests at the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert at Wembley Stadium in London on September 3rd.
The special event will be one of two special tribute concerts to celebrate the late Foo Fighters drummer. The second concert will be taking place at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on September 27th, with special guests to be announced. (read more)
Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager, Sharon Osbourne, took to social media to update fans on the metal legend's condition following his major surgery on Monday (June 13th).
Sharon shared the following message on Tuesday (June 14th)," Our family would like to express so much gratitude for the overwhelming amount of love and support leading up to Ozzy's surgery! (read more)
Bauhaus have announced that they have added a new Los Angeles show to their upcoming live plans, and also shared the details for the dates that they were forced to cancel last month due to illness.
The band had to cancel their shows in Denver on May 25th and Tempe, AZ on May 27th. The Denver show at The Mission Ballroom had been rescheduled to September 26th, and the Tempe show has been canceled after they were unable to reschedule the concert. (read more)
Papa Roach have released the music video for their new single "No Apologies". The song comes from their recently released studio album, "Ego Trip".
According to their camp, the "No Apologies" video picks up where their 2017 hit single "Help" left off. They add, "The heartwarming release brings some familiar faces back to the screen to finish a beautiful story of forgiveness and love just in time for Father's Day." (read more)
Sabaton offshoot Civil War have released a lyric video for their brand new single "Oblivion". The song comes from their forthcoming album, "Invaders", which arrives this Friday, June 17th.
Vocalist Kelly Sundown Carpenter had this to say about the song, "Oblivion is about the Gaia-like force of nature waking from its long sleep. As it looks out upon the world, it sees what man has done to the Earth and it decides to eradicate mankind by unleashing cataclysmic events." (read more)
Artists Den brings Live from My Den back for a special edition that spotlights Hawai'i, its rich musical heritage, and the artists who bring it to life. New episodes of Live from My Den: Hawai'i Edition will premiere each week exclusively via Variety, beginning Friday, June 17th.
The season will feature four of the state's award-winning artists: GRAMMY(r) nominated producer, singer/songwriter, and CEO of Haku Collective Kimie Miner, multigenerational family band Kapena, traditional Hawaiian music trio Keauhou, and legendary six time GRAMMY(r) nominated vocalist Amy Hanaiali'i. (read more)
Lorne Behrman just released a video for the title track to his forthcoming album, "A Little Midnight", and to celebrate he shared his thoughts about the song and the visual.
He said of the song: It came down to me having a bad day where a lot of normal but challenging life things were stacking up. I was nervous about paying bills. I had taken my cat to the vet, it looked like she was really sick, and I was waiting on results. And someone in my family was struggling with some serious mental health issues. I felt overwhelmed. When I feel that way, I want to escape from it all. But I couldn't-it's real life; it's being an adult. I was so worried and I sat on the couch and picked up my guitar and sang and played that opening line, "I don't want to run away again/my problems like feathers in the wind." It gave me a lot of comfort-like a punk rock n' roll lullaby to ease my fears. A lot of times the problems we have in life seem more manageable on the other side of the day. Like hang on for a bit, the strength and wisdom to deal with your problems will come. (continue)