IN OTHER NEWS
Paul McCartney headlines Roger Daltrey's Teenage Cancer Trust show tonight at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The first single from the new Rush album, Clockwork Angels, will be "Headlong Flight," which will arrive at radio on April 19th. The album will be out May 29th.
Sharon Osbourne says her decision to quit the
U.K. version of The X Factor in 2008 was "dumb." Sharon is now on America's Got Talent on NBC and The Talk on CBS.
Robert Plant has been recording in Nashville.
Yes will tour the U.S. in August but it's not know which Jon Anderson-sound-alike they'll have with them -- Canadian Benoit David or current singer Jon Davison. Yes starts a tour Down Under Sunday in Auckland, New Zealand.
Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice, former Purple keyboardist Jon Lord and Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson will all perform at the sixth annual Sunflower Jam Rock and Roll Music Event on September 16th at London's Royal Albert Hall. The show raises money for cancer treatment. Paice and Dickinson will also perform at the Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert at the London Palladium on Monday. Cream drummer Ginger Baker is also on the bill.