Rolling Stones' up-date

Congrats to Mick Jagger, who at the age of 73... became a father again today. Mick welcomed his eighth child with girlfriend Melanie Hamrick. 

"Mother and baby are doing well and we request that the media respect their privacy at this time," Jagger and Hamrick shared in a joint statement (via BBC News). There's no word yet on whether Jagger's newest addition is a boy or girl. 

Jagger's other children range in age from 17 to 45 years old, and he has 5 grandkids.


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Bad Day In Rock

RIP to John Lennon & Dimebag Darrell... Both shot dead on Dec. 8th. ROCK WILL NEVER BE THE SAME WITHOUT THEM !!!  :(


Nikki Sixxs up-date

Sixx:A.M. taped an exclusive radio special, hosted by Shinedown's Brent Smith, to chat about their current tour and new CD.

Metallica tour up-date

Video of Metallica performing the song "Fade To Black" during their club show on 11/29/16 at the Opera House in Toronto Canada.

Journey and Asia 2017 Tour Dates

3/15: Yakima, Wash. (Yakima Valley SunDome) 
3/16: Spokane, Wash. (Spokane Arena)
3/18: Eugene, Ore. (Matthew Knight Arena) 
3/20: Boise, Idaho (Taco Bell Arena) 
3/21: Bozeman, Mt. (Brick Breeden Fieldhouse) 
3/24: Fargo, N.D. (Fargodome) 
3/27: Green Bay, Wis. (Resch Center) 
3/28: Madison, Wis. (Alliant Energy Center) 
3/31: Fort Wayne, Ind. (Allen County War Memorial Coliseum) 
4/01: Evansville, Ind. (Ford Center) 
4/03: Moline, Ill. (iWireless Center) 
4/04: Dayton, Ohio (Nutter Center)

Traffic up-date

A driver live-streamed himself speeding and weaving in and out of traffic at 104 MPH before crashing into a garbage truck in Rhode Island.

Trump up-date

Trump's Manhattan Apartment Mansion & Car Collection.


Metallica up-date

Guns N' Roses 2017 Tour Dates

7/27 - St. Louis, MO - The Dome At America's Center 
7/30 - Minneapolis, MN - U.S. Bank Stadium 
8/2 - Denver, CO - Sports Authority Field at Mile High 
8/8 - Miami, FL - Marlins Stadium 
8/11 - Winston-Salem, NC - BB&T Field  
8/13 - Hershey, PA - Hersheypark Stadium 
8/16 - Buffalo, NY - New Era Field 
8/19 - Montreal, QC - Parc Jean Drapeau 
8/21 - Ottawa, ON - TD Place Stadium 
9/3 - George, WA - The Gorge 
9/6 - El Paso, TX - Sun B Stadium 
9/8 - San Antonio, TX - Alamodome


‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Facts:

Just before her remarks about Christmas being a big commercial racket, Lucy refers to Charlie Brown simply as Charlie. This is the only time she does this in any of the TV specials: every other time it’s Charlie Brown.

Whenever the ornament makes the tree fall it actually represents commercialism taking over Christmases true meaning. But when the kids fix it then it means the meaning has been found.

The special broke many of the rules prevalent for animated holiday specials during the 1960s: it didn’t make use of a laugh track; real children were used for the character voices instead of adult actors imitating children’s voices; and Biblical references were used to illustrate the true meaning of Christmas.

Jefferson Airplane wanted autographs from all the kids who voiced the characters.

The version of the show broadcast on CBS-TV until 1997 and older video releases are edited: they leave out a scene where the gang throws snowballs at a can on a fence. The Paramount and Warner video releases are complete and unedited.

None of the children who voiced the characters received credit at the end. A version with a laugh track was produced but later discarded after the success of the broadcast version.

Kathy Steinberg, who did the voice of Sally Brown, had not yet learned to read at the time of production, so she had to be fed her lines, often a word or syllable at a time, which explains the rather choppy delivery of the line “All I want is what I have coming to me. All I want is my fair share”.


Break Your Holiday Budget

A new survey found 78% of us have gone over-budget on Christmas before and the average person ends up spending $218 more than they planned to. 54% of us have re-gifted something to save money. Here are the top reasons we go over-budget: 

Trying to buy someone the “perfect gift.” 65% of people said they’ve overspent because they wanted a gift to be perfect. 

Forgetting to include people on your list. So you end up buying extra presents you weren’t planning to buy, 57%. 

Buying things for yourself while you’re shopping for other people. 49% of us have done it and ended up spending too much. 

Overspending on small things, like cards, wrapping paper, and stocking stuffers, 25%. Or forgetting to factor stuff like that into your budget in the first place. 

The survey also found 27% of us expect to pay off our holiday bills within a month. 14% say it’ll take three months and 7% say it’ll take at least six months to catch up. 

Read more at PR Newswire.   


More Ratt Drama

Bobby Blotzer has vowed to continue "Ratt -N- Rolling in December and onward" with his version of Ratt despite the fact that he was expelled from the partnership which owns the Ratt name and brand. In a new message posted on the official Ratt web site , which is apparently still being controlled by Blotzer... the drummer wrote,

 "Don't believe everything you're hearing," and adding, "REAL news is coming very soon." 

Blotzer also confirmed that his version of Ratt will play four shows in December, with "more dates… scheduled for 2017." 

Blotzer's Ratt tour dates: 
Dec 03 - Spokane, WA @ Star Theatre 
Dec 09 - Amarillo, TX @ Azteca Hall 
Dec 17 - Corbin, KY @ The Arena 
Dec 29 - Mt. Pleasant, MI @ Soaring Eagle Casino 

Phil out of L.A.Guns

Phil Lewis has announced his departure from L.A. Guns. His official statement on the matter reads as follows:

 "Dear friends and fans, with a heavy heart, I have to inform you that as of January 1, 2017 I will no longer be a member of this lineup. I feel I have gone as far as I can in this band, and unless I get out and focus on myself and something new that has a future, I'm going to stagnate.

 "For the last five years, I've been enthusiastic to record a new record. 'Hollywood Forever' really recharged my batteries and made me feel very proud to be in this band, but it feels like so long ago now. At this stage, I want to walk away with at least a little dignity. "I want to thank you all for your solid support throughout the last 15 years. We've had the pleasure and honor of playing so many wonderful countries, and I've always made a point of getting out and meeting some of the best, most loyal fans in the business. Your smiling faces will always be a huge part of my adventure, and I want to say thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart. What's the point of making records or playing shows if you don't have fans for feedback, and I feel blessed to have so many cool people who treasure the music as much as I do as a part of our fan base.

 "I will continue writing, recording, and performing in the future. I have some solid plans, and I'm also open to where fate will take me on my musical adventure, and I sincerely hope if I'm anywhere near you, you'll come out and say hi and hear what I'm doing. "I love rock and roll, it's been my religion and salvation for many decades, and I feel the fire burning in my soul to do more. I have no plans on slowing down or retiring anytime soon, so please don't be sad. 

 "Wish me luck and please stay in touch. Goodbye."


There is no word yet on what will happen to Lewis's previously announced project with Guns guitarist Tracii Guns, which has been playing shows in recent months. The duo signed a deal with Frontiers Music Srl and was supposed to release an album in 2017, also under the name L.A. Guns.

RATT up-date

1/27/17 is confirmed as the release date for Stephen Pearcy's fourth original solo album, Smash. The album track “Jamie” was released today.

Highest-earning artists in 2016

Forbes magazine named AC/DC as the biggest-earning rock band in world for the year ended June 2016. In the 12-month period to that date AC/DC made $67.5 million 

 Forbes’ rock rich list 2016:
1 (overall 7). AC/DC $67.5m 
2 (8). Rolling Stones $66.5m 
3 (11). Bruce Springsteen $60.5m 
4 (12). Paul McCartney $56.5m 
5 (15). U2 $55m 
6 (20). Muse $49m 
7 (21). Foo Fighters $48.5m