IN OTHER NEWS
KISS, Ozzy, Grateful Dead and more.
Former KISS drummer Peter Criss, a breast cancer survivor, will walk in the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey this Sunday. And in other Criss news, he will make an appearance at the All Things That Rock Festival on November 28th and 29th in Oaks, Pennsylvania, just outside Philadelphia.
The acclaimed two-part documentary History of the Eagles, which originally aired on Showtime, is now available for streaming on Netflix .
The deluxe re-issue of the KISS album Love Gun will be out on October 27th.
Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, along with San Francisco Giants third base coach and musician Tim Flannery, sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” before Game 3 of the N.L. Championship Series Tuesday at AT&T Park in Frisco. The Giants are now undefeated in the three games where they have sung the anthem.
Responding to a Twitter query about the best concert he’s ever seen by another artist, Ozzy Osbourne wrote that it was Paul McCartney at The Hollywood Bowl.
Comic book company Bluewater Productions has just issued Tribute: John Lennon, a new comic book biography of the late Beatle, in print and digitally, as part of its series of tribute comics. Next up from the company — Fame: Bono on November 19th, Tribute: Jerry Garcia on December 3rd and Icons of Rock and Roll, Volume 2, a graphic novel that tells the stories of David Bowie, Alice Cooper, Freddie Mercury and Bon Jovi, also out December 3rd.