John Mayer will be busy this summer. Following a 19-date run as part of Dead & Company, he will be launching a 27-date North American solo tour.
Greta Van Fleet bassist Sam Kiszka revealed that the band are planning to release their second album during 2019, adding that he was certain they would “grow musically” in the process.
Ozzy Osbourne has called off the first four U.K. dates of his European “No More Tours 2” farewell tour due to a case of the flu. The cancellation announcement came from Judas Priest, who were set to open for Ozzy on the tour, scheduled to kick-off January 30 in Dublin, Ireland.
Tool drummer Danny Carey said that the band’s new album will be released in mid-April. At the NAMM show in Anaheim this week, Carey said, “It’s coming out in mid-April. That’s the plan anyways.”
Blink-182 vocalist / bassist Mark Hoppus and All Time Low frontman Alex Gaskarth have teamed up for a new project that they call “Simple Creatures.”