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Steve Perry, Sammy Hagar, Fleetwood Mac and more.
Former Journey singer Steve Perry is once again taking in America’s favorite pastime as his San Francisco Giants are battling the Washington Nationals in the National League Division Series He was in the stands Monday in San Francisco and led the crowd in a sing-a-long of “Don’t Stop Believin’.”
Jimmy Page will sign copies of his self-titled photo autobiography at the Barnes and Noble at the Grove in Los Angeles on November 11th.
Fleetwood Mac will perform on the NBC’s Today show Thursday.
Asia canceled their October 14th show in Phoenix due to “technical reasons.”
Eight of John Lennon‘s studio albums and two compilations will make their high definition digital audio debuts this week on Spotify, HDtracks and other digital audio outlets. They are already available on iTunes and Amazon.com. Lennon would have turned 74 Thursday, October 9th.
Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters‘ September 28th show in Brooklyn, New York is now being shown on his website, RobertPlant.com, through October 28th. Plant, who will do a club show in Brooklyn this Thursday, is doing seven Led Zeppelin songs on this short tour — “Whole Lotta Love,” “No Quarter,” “Going to California,” “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You,” “Thank You,” “Black Dog” and “What Is and What Should Never Be.”
Patti Smith plans to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Horses, her debut album, next year with a series of events.
Sammy Hagar turns 67 on October 13th and since his annual Birthday Bash in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico was canceled due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Odile, his wife Kari surprised him by taking him to Italy and the Ferrari factory in Maranello where he says he is getting “fitted” for another sweet ride.