Day in Rock Report for 11/07/2022
(hennemusic) Judas Priest were among the artists inducted into the 2022 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame during a November 5 event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and video of their performance has surfaced online.
Former members K.K. Downing (guitar) and Les Binks (drums) took the stage with the current lineup of Rob Halford, bassist Ian Hill, guitarist Richie Faulkner, as well as Glenn Tipton - who retired from full-time touring a few years ago while dealing with the effects of Parkinson's Disease - to deliver a medley of classic tracks "You've Got Another Thing Comin'," "Breaking the Law," and "Living After Midnight." (read more)
Andy Taylor has shared a message with fans about missing being unable to join his former Duran Duran bandmates at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame on Saturday night (November 5th) due to his battle with stage 4 metastatic prostate cancer.
Taylor shared the following, "Dear Simon, John, Roger, Nick, my fellow inductees and countrymen. I wanted to send a personal note to pass along my sincerest respect to you all for what's been an amazing career, and to also share what has happened to me. (read more)
Don McLean has announced that he has added Australian and New Zealand dates to his American Pie 50th Anniversary Tour in April and May of 2023.
The tour will be kicking off on April 1st in Brisbane at The Fortitude and will wrap up on May 9th in Auckland at Town Hall and will be supported by INXS star Andrew Farriss. (read more)
Soilwork and Kataklysm have announced that they will be teaming up for a teaming up for a massive European tour early next year that will feature support from Wilderun.
The tour will visit 25 countries and is set to kick off on February 3rd in Vorselaar, Belgium at De Dreef and will wrap on April 30th in Amstelveen, the Netherlands at P60. (read more)
Fever 333 frontman Jason Aalon Butler has announced that the group has canceled their tour plans through next spring following a lineup change that saw guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta leave the group.
He had this to say, "As difficult as this decision was to make, Fever 333 will be placing all live activity on hold until Spring 2023 in order to give everyone the best experience possible. (read more)
Society 1 have announced that former drummer Dagon Destroyer will be reuniting with the band for their upcoming "Exit Through Fear" 20th anniversary tour.
A large portion of the dates will be on the "Rise Of The Machines" tour with Static-X, Fear Factory, Mushroomhead and DOPE. Additional shows are still being booked. (read more)
Louisiana rockers Capra took to social media to share the news that they will be entering the recording studio in January of next year to begin recording the follow-up to their 2021 effort "In Transmission".
The band shared via Facebook, "We played some of our biggest shows and wrote some of our best songs this year. Which only means we have to go even bigger next year. Thank you to everyone that supported us in 2022 and will continue to support us throughout the years. (read more)
Acclaimed upcoming coming 18-year-old Woodstock singer/songwriter Stella Prince just released her new single, "Closing Doors", and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
"Closing Doors" is the seventh single I've released since my debut drop in 2021. This is one of my favorite songs I've recorded because of the production, and because of the meaning behind the song. (continue)