Sting and Bryan Adams will perform at the TJ Martell New York Honors Gala Tuesday night in New York City.
David Bowie came up empty at Monday's Q Awards in London, despite six nominations. The winners are chosen by the readers of Q magazine and its website. Chrissie Hynde won for Classic Songwriter. Ronnie Wood presented the award for Best Event of 2013, which went to the Glastonbury festival, headlined by The Rolling Stones.
The Doobie Brothers will tour Australia and New Zealand in April.
Black Sabbath will do a question-and-answer session at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on November 6th. And on November 19th the museum will host A Conversation With Graham Nash.
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will launch the upcoming release of The Who's Tommy – The Super Deluxe Edition at a secret London location tomorrow (Tuesday).
Stephen Stills' new band, The Rides, featuring keyboardist Barry Goldberg and guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, will do a benefit for KCSN -- the college radio station at California State University, Northridge -- on November 3rd at the school's Valley Performing Arts Center. Lucinda Williams is also on the bill.
Sammy Hagar had to cancel his show this Wednesday in Port Chester, New York "due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict." Despite the cancellation, Hagar is making a donation to the area's Food Bank for Westchester County. He will perform in Red Bank, New Jersey tomorrow (Tuesday).
Elton John will do a guest shot on Lady Gaga and the Muppets' Holiday Spectacular, airing Thanksgiving (11/28) night on ABC. Gaga is the godmother to Elton's two sons.
Steely Dan's Donald Fagen will publish his first book, Eminent Hipsters, tomorrow (Tuesday). He will celebrate it with an in-store appearance at the Barnes & Noble in the Union Square section of Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon.
Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day reunion concert film will be shown on AXS TV November 24th at 8 p.m. ET, with encore broadcasts every night of that week at 8 p.m. ET.