Classic Rock News, April 12

U2 will mark 30th anniversary of their Rattle and Hum album with a special collection for website subscribers only.

Elton John has not received an invitation to next month’s royal wedding.

Night Flight, the 1980s late night series, is coming back that originally aired on the fledgling USA Network is coming back to TV on IFC April 20th.

Older music fans are amazed by how much Greta Van Fleet sounds like Led Zeppelin.

Rolling Stone reports that no one knows what is going on with Dire Straits at the Rock Hall induction ceremony, although Mark Knopfler says Bob Dylan or Eric Clapton would be a good choice to induct the band into the hall at the ceremony.

Robert Lamm of the band Chicago discusses the presence of the late Terry Kath on their upcoming live box.

A collection of Rolling Stones set lists Ronnie Wood painted will soon be compiled in a new book.

Songwriters Fonts has created downloadable typefaces that mimic the handwriting of John Lennon, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain and others.

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson is featured in the documentary ‘Scream for Me Sarajevo,’ which opens at select theaters on May 10.

Keith Richards has quite a library of videos going in his “Ask Keith” series…see the latest below and take a look here for more


4:20 Flashback: 747

4:20 Flashback: 747

This bands personal Boeing 747 was badly damaged after colliding with a tow truck while grounded at Santiago, Chile, 2016.