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Kinks, Rodgers, Adams and more.
Kinks guitarist Dave Davies has weighed in on Thursday’s referendum to see if Scotland will break away from the United Kingdom. He says, “Scotland has their own parliament and they’re virtually self governing anyway, so I think it’s better they stay part of the United Kingdom. We are a more powerful force united.”
Ooooh — Poison plans to tour next year. Singer Bret Michaels says, “We just want to put together the right package and show to celebrate with everyone.” Poison’s last tour was in 2012 with Def Leppard.
Bryan Adams has announced a Reckless 30th anniversary tour of Canada for January and February. The re-release of Reckless comes out in November.
Paul Rodgers will be at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on October 15th for a special celebration of his latest album, The Royal Sessions.
Jackson Browne will headline a benefit for the Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara, a non-profit provider of care for adults living with mental illness in the area. The show is scheduled for October 25th at the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara.
David Lee Roth has another episode of The Roth Show on the way. He has posted a preview clip on his website, DavidLeeRoth.com, that shows him singing and dancing to “Mustang Sally” in his Pasadena, California home.