We’re back with all the latest and greatest happenings in the rock world with the latest edition of Geekwire!
Here’s a summary of what we’re covering this week!
- Nuno Bettencourt talks about Extreme’s new album, “Six.”
- Twisted Sister’s 40th-anniversary expanded edition of “Under The Blade” will include an album of early covers.
- Ex-W.A.S.P. guitarist Chris Holmes discusses why he didn’t play guitar on Hear ‘N Aid’s “Stars.”
- Former Tesla guitarist Tommy Skeoch quits Resist & Bite, joins Bad Marriage.
- Vince Neil says Mötley Crüe will embark on another stadium tour in 2024.
- Marc Storace believes Krokus will “carry on” playing shows, five years after announcing their “farewell” tour.
- David Lee Roth shares documentary about Van Halen’s appearance at the 1983 US Festival.
- Michael Anthony reveals when he first “came to the conclusion” that David Lee Roth was “bipolar.”
- Queen’s Brian May says they’d “love to make a sequel” to “Bohemian Rhapsody” biopic.
- New ZZ Top album will feature tracks recorded with late bassist Dusty Hill.
- M. Shadows says it’s “okay to hate” the new Avenged Sevenfold album.
- K.K. Downing’s KK’s Priest announces second album, “The Sinner Rides Again”; “One More Shot At Glory” single available.
- Gene Simmons says both Ace Frehley and Peter Criss turned down invitations to perform at KISS’s final concerts
All that and rock star birthdays, death days, and upcoming releases we’re excited about!
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