Author Archives: Randi Scott

Gettin Social ~ #NationalComicBookDay…

This Is Us kicks off a new season tonight on NBC. Plan to watch? It’s National Comic Book Day, National Cooking Day and National Voter Registration Day. What show are you most looking forward to this fall? Do you have your Halloween costume yet? TWITTER BIRTHDAY SHOUT-OUTS Celebs with #birthdays today: Donald Glover, Will Smith, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas, Scottie ... Read More »

TOM PETTY: Fans Still Gathering a Year Later

The new Tom Petty box set, An American Treasure, comes out on Friday. So on Thursday, the Tom Petty Nation Facebook Group will host listening parties around the U.S., as well as in Canada and Germany. The complete list of cities can be found on TomPetty.com. Tomorrow (Tuesday) marks the first anniversary of the final show by Petty and The Heartbreakers, ... Read More »

ALMOST FAMOUS: Rock Movie Bring Adapted for Theater

Almost Famous will be adapted into a stage musical. Cameron Crowe will handle the script and lyrics, based on his Oscar-winning screenplay. Pulitzer and Tony winner Tom Kitt will join Crowe in composing the original songs. Released in 2000, the semi-autobiographical film was based on Crowe’s experience as a writer for Rolling Stone magazine who traveled with such A-list bands ... Read More »

ROLLING STONES: Lounge Is Open Again

The Rolling Stones have gone back into the archives to restore, remix, remaster and re-release their 1995 Voodoo Lounge Live video. Now titled Voodoo Lounge Uncut, it was filmed at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami on November 25th, 1994 during the world tour behind the Voodoo Lounge album. Set for release on November 16th in multiple physical and digital formats, it ... Read More »

OZZY: Sharon Gets the Last Word

Sharon Osbourne would like the last word on the lawsuit she and Ozzy recently settled against concert promoters AEG and Live Nation over coordinated bookings at the O2 Arena in London and the Staples Center in L.A. She says, “Ozzy’s preference was to perform at The Forum [in Los Angeles], a venue that has been a part of his music history ... Read More »

QUEEN: Searches Are Underway

Boiler, a Brazilian film company, is looking to reunite all the women who took part — in Queen’s 1978 video for “Bicycle Race.” Approximately 50 young models participated. Boiler has a few names but is looking to contact as many as possible for a “very fun project.” If you know any of the models, there is a $500 reward promised ... Read More »

TIGER WOODS: 1sr Tournament Win in 5 Years

Tiger Woods, wearing his trademark red shirt, won his first tournament in five years on Sunday by taking the Tour Championship. The victory comes after Tiger struggled through a myriad of personal and physical problems, including black surgery. The 42-year-old Wood dominated at the East Lake Golf Club since the first day of the tournament, only wavering slightly on the ... Read More »

BEATLES: All You Need Is White

The teasing is over, and soon the wait will be, too, as The Beatles will release a 50th anniversary edition of their 1968 album, The Beatles, better known as The White Album. The set will be available in numerous configurations November 9th, with all 30 songs remixed by original producer George Martin‘s son Giles in stereo and 5.1 surround audio. Like ... Read More »

LYNYRD SKYNYRD: Not Exactly Goodbye

Lynyrd Skynyrd may be on what they call their “farewell tour,” but we haven’t seen the last of these good ol’ Southern boys. Gary Rossington says Lynyrd Skynyrd’s farewell tour does not exactly mark the end of the band. “[This is] the last time we’re touring, you know, touring touring. But we’re gonna play some more and do some CDs like ... Read More »

#InternationalPeaceDay …

The House With a Clock in Its Walls, Fahrenheit 11/9 and Life Itself open in theaters today. Plan to see any of them It’s World Gratitude Day, International Day of Peace, National Tradesmen Day and Miniature Golf Day. It’s International Peace Day. What gives you peace? The Hobbit was published on this day in 1937. How many times have you read it? ... Read More »