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Bob Seger, Steven Tyler, David Crosby, KISS and many others.
Bob Seger will join country singer Jason Aldean on an episode of CMT Crossroads, which will air on the cable channel November 28th at 10pm ET.
Steven Tyler will perform on CMA Country Christmas, December 1st at 8pm ET on ABC. He will be joined by singer-guitarist Brad Paisley at the taping of the show, November 7th in Nashville.
David Crosby is a fan of The Judge, the new film starring Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Junior. He has seen it twice and says, “Robert Duvall is at the peak of his powers for me. Best film he has ever made … brilliant script and every other actor is just excellent. This movie is now in my all time Top 10…see it, don’t miss it. It made me cry, laugh, feel every feeling there is. Go see The Judge Immediately.”
Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann will unveil the title and jacket art of his memoir later this month. The book will be published on May 5th, 2015 in celebration of the Dead’s 50th anniversary.
Al Kooper, who discovered and produced Lynyrd Skynyrd, has been added to the Skynyrd tribute concert, One More for the Fans, in Atlanta November 12th. O.A.R. has also joined a bill that already includes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alabama, Gregg Allman, Peter Frampton, John Hiatt, Cheap Trick and many others.
Pink Floyd‘s The Dark Side of the Moon won the Q Award for Classic Album Wednesday in London. Drummer Nick Mason was on hand to accept the honor from Smashing Pumpkins‘ frontman Billy Corgan, who inducted Floyd into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.
Wilko Johnson, the Dr. Feelgood guitarist diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, was awarded the Icon award at the Wednesday’s Q Awards. Johnson, who released an album this year with Roger Daltrey, says he is now cancer-free following surgery to remove a tumor.
Stevie Nicks will perform on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Monday, November 3rd.
Ozzy Osbourne‘s new DVD, Memoirs of a Madman, debuts at number-one on the Billboard DVD chart.
KISS released their second album, Hotter Than Hell, 40 years ago today, Wednesday – October 22nd, 1974.