Classic Rock News 3/21

Alex Lifeson of Rush is selling signed copies of the column he writes for a Toronto monthly to help raise funds for the fledgling paper.


U2 have reissued three of their albums on vinyl: Pop, Wide Awake in America and All That You Can’t Leave Behind.


Matt Sorum of GNR and Velvet Revolveclaims he was a drug smugglerbefore making it in music.


Ozzy Osbourne and Zakk Wylde helped a Canadian fan who had all of his CDs stolen out of his car while delivering a pizza.


There are three David Bowie reissues on tap for Record Store Day.


Former KISS bodyguard Big John Harte has written a book about his time with the bandPrince, Billy Idol and others.


Keith Richards mocked Mick Jagger for having his eighth child, but he did not say same thing about Ronnie Wood.


Following his mother’s death, Elton John received no money from her will.


James Hetfield of Metallica and his wife donated a huge parcel of land to preserve open space in California.


Led Zeppelin will release a limited-edition single on April 21st ahead of their 50th anniversary celebration.


Former drummer Artimus Pyle says his memoir will be published despite the lawsuit that stopped production of his film about the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash.


KISS has filed to trademark the phrase “The End of the Road” – are they planning to retire?

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