IN OTHER NEWS
Sunny Afternoon, the new musical about the early career of The Kinks, has won over the U.K. critics ahead of its premiere on the West End at the end of the month. It is running at the Hampstead Theatre where it’s received many four-star reviews.
Paul Stanley will hold a question-and-answer session as well as sign copies of his autobiography, Face the Music, at the Indianapolis KISS Fan Expo on May 17th.
The recent Sammy Hagar and the Wabos benefit show for the cancer-stricken wife of Wabos drummer David Lauser will stream Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET at 2ndLine.TV/Concert_For_Liza.
Steven Tyler performed at the 21st Annual Race to Erase MS benefit Friday in Los Angeles. He did a five-song set of “Walk This Way,” “Cryin’,” “Jaded,” “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” with Natalie Cole, and “Dream On.”
The guitar that Zakk Wylde had stolen in March during the Chicago stop of the Experience Hendrix tour has turned up in a Chicago pawn shop. It hasn’t been returned, yet.