We’re back to cover all the latest, greatest, and weirdest happenings in the rock world with Geekwire! Here’s a look at what we’re covering this week:
- Live Nation ends artist merchandise cuts at clubs around the country.
- Steve Brown says Trixter will “never” reunite with Mark “Gus” Scott.
- Ace Frehley completes mixing eight songs for his next solo album.
- Ozzy Osbourne wants to record a new studio album in 2024.
- Dave Mustaine speaks out about his acrimonious relationship with some of his former Megadeth bandmates.
- Mike Muir falls off stage while singing “You Can’t Bring Me Down” at Suicidal Tendencies concert in California.
- Vince Neil’s concert at the Oklahoma State Fair was cut short after a shooting in the crowd.
- Gavin Rossdale explains why it’s taken Bush three decades to release greatest-hits album.
- Don Dokken speaks out about his relationship with his former bandmate, George Lynch.
- Stryper plans to return to their “pop metal” sound on a “few” songs on their next studio album.
- Jann Wenner ousted from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame board amid controversial comments.
All that and album anniversaries, rock stars we’ve lost, and albums we’re excited about in the future.
We hope you enjoy Geekwire for the week of 09.29.23 and SHARE with a friend!
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