IN OTHER NEWS
Billy Joel has added a sixth show to his show-a-month run at New York's Madison Square Garden. The new date is Saturday, June 21st. Joel will do a show there once a month until no one cares anymore.
Bret Michaels will have a guest-starring role next year on the NBC sci-fi drama Revolution.
Bon Jovi did their 100th show in Japan Tuesday night at the Tokyo Dome.
St. Paul, Minnesota was renamed Margaritaville for the day on Tuesday by proclamation of the mayor in honor of Jimmy Buffett's show there that night.
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons dropped the ceremonial first puck before the Anaheim Ducks - Los Angeles Kings game Tuesday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, which is where the L.A. KISS Arena Football League team will play.
Roger Daltrey performed at a gala Tuesday night at the Roundhouse in London in aid of the late Paul Newman’s SeriousFun charity.
Neil Young performed "Needle of Death" via video Tuesday night at a London tribute show to the late British folk artist Bert Jansch. Young says that the Jansch song was the inspiration for his own "Needle and the Damage Done." Robert Plant also performed, doing "Go Your Way My Love," but Eric Clapton had to cancel his appearance.
The Rolling Stones have added dates in Japan, Abu Dhabi and Macau to their 14 on Fire tour next year.