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KISS, Rod Stewart, Sammy Hagar and more.
Original KISS drummer Peter Criss publishes his autobiography, Makeup to Breakup: My Life In and Out of KISS, on Tuesday, and he’ll be signing copies of it at Barnes & Noble on Fifth Avenue in New York at 12:30 p.m. ET.
Rod Stewart publishes his autobiography, Rod, on Tuesday, and he’ll be signing copies at Barnes & Noble on New York’s Fifth Avenue at 5:30 p.m. ET.
Sammy Hagar turned 65 on October 13th and he recently helped former Grateful Dead singer-guitarist and neighbor Bob Weir celebrate his 65th (October 16th) at Sweetwater, the Marin, California club owned by Weir.
Aerosmith will perform on The Late Show With David Letterman on November 1st ahead of the November 6th release of their first studio album of original material in 11 years, Music From Another Dimension.
Sting has moved the location of his December 9th show in the Philippines following a petition by environmentalists who said the original venue is owned by a conglomerate that plans to uproot 182 trees for a parking lot and mall expansion in a northern mountain city. Sting has long been a supporter of the rainforests.
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora recently canceled shows in Philadelphia, Toronto and Tuesday night in New York because he has lost his voice. The shows, in support of his new album, Aftermath of the Lowdown, will be rescheduled next year.