GEDDY LEE: Unveils The Lost Demos
Geddy Lee has shared The Lost Demos, a two track single of songs he originallly worked on while making his 2000 solo album My Favorite Headache. Lee dug up the two tracks, "Gone"
and "I Am...You Are," while writing his memoir My Effin' Life. Lee says, "I’m excited to see these 2 ‘lost demos’ released - I loved the songs when they were written and in some ways they feel as fresh and perhaps more relevant all these years later." Lee is nearing end of his book tour. Monday night in Detroit, Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers was the guest interviewer. Lee wraps up the tour Thursday in his hometown of Toronto.
Linkin Park, U2 Top Record Store Day’s Black Friday Sales
Releases by Linkin Park and U2 were top sellers during the 2023 Record Store Day Black Friday event on November 24. Sales data shows Linkin Park’s ‘Lost Demos’ was number three on the list and U2’s ‘Under A Blood Red Sky’ reissue came it at six. Additionally, U2 was all among the top-10 selling artists reported by independent record stores during Record Store Day Black Friday.
Exhibit Of ZZ Top's Dusty Hill Opens In Texas
An exhibit dedicated to late ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill has opened in his hometown of Dallas, TX. 'Dusty Land' showcases costumes, instruments, and other memorabilia belonging to Hill, which will be going up for auction starting Thursday. If you're not able to make it to Texas, you can view the collection can be viewed online at Julienslive.com Hill died in July of 2021 at the age of 72.
Tom Petty's "Love Is a Long Road" is the soundtrack for the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6. Watch it on YouTube now.
Green Day will share another track from Saviors, titled "Dilemma," on Thursday.
Scott Weiland's son Noah has released a new solo single called "Yesterday." Check it out on YouTube.
Graham Nash is in a new video for the nonprofit organization Pass It On that uses his song "A Better Life." Watch it on YouTube.
Dave Mason has announced the Traffic Jam tour, on which he’ll play tracks from Traffic's catalog as well as his solo material. It starts February 29th in Tallahassee, Florida and wraps up April 13th in San Antonio, Texas.
Joe Jackson will hit the road next year. The Two Rounds of Racket tour will feature him doing a solo set and then a set with a band. It starts June 1st in Tarrytown, New York and wraps up July 1st in Seattle. Tickets go on sale Friday.