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Geekwire Week of 05.18.23 – Ep528

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We’re back to discuss all the weird and wild happenings in the rock world with Geekwire!

Aerosmith’s upcoming farewell tour with The Black Crows is making news due to it’s pricing. For a paltry $400, you can attend the show and sit on a bar stool with a blocked view. We share our thoughts on this bargain of the century.

Elvis Presley, apparently, was more than aware of KISS in the 1970’s and had a penchant for Ace Frehley’s guitar playing. We discuss this interesting anecdote.

Iron Maiden is suing a women’s intimate apparel line and it’s giving us creepy visuals.

MTV News has shut down. Apparently, it was still a thing. Who knew?

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Other stories covered this week include the return of Jason Newsted to the Metal world, Ted Nugent getting cancelled, John 5 vouching for Motley Crue’s live integrity, David Ellefson blasting Dave Mustaine, KIX hanging it up, BraveWords launching a record label and more!

We hope you enjoy Geekwire for the week of 05.18.23 and SHARE with a friend!

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