Classic Rock News 4/27

Robert Plant says he still has a bottle of quaalude pills prescribed to him from long ago to remind him not to over-medicate like Tom Petty and Prince.

The Queen movie, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” is shaping up and a few details have been posted on the band website.

A poll conducted in England finds that Queen songs are a popular choice to sing in the shower.

An unreleased Joe Elliott of Def Leppard track is on the soundtrack to a Mick Ronsondocumentary.

The dreams of Lenny Kravitz helped him finish his new album, Raise Vibration.

Deep Purple and Judas Priest will do a co-headlining tour in August and September.

Recording is under way for a studio album from Sammy Hagar and The Circle.

U2 wants fans to hold up their phones and use an app during the first song of their shows.

Peter Frampton and David Crosby rip into so-called fans on Facebook and Twitter. Peter’s rant…..Crosby’s response to a heckler.

Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood open up about the new Fleetwood Mac lineup and tour.

Neil Young talks about his upcoming shows with his band Crazy Horse.

The Rolling Stones will release a massive box set:  The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016 comes out on June 15th.