36th Annual Rock Hall Of Fame Induction Details have been Announced

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For the first time, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will hold their annual induction ceremony at the home of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers. The Hall made the announcement that it will be held at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Nominees for induction this year feature 16 big names, including Foo Fighters, RATM and Iron Maiden. Fans can cast votes for nominees online via https://vote.rockhall.com/ up until April 30th. The ceremony is scheduled for October 30th. Official inductees will be announced this May.

This year's nominees include:
Mary J. Blige
Kate Bush
Devo
Foo Fighters
The Go-Go's
Iron Maiden
JAY-Z
Chaka Khan
Carole King
Fela Kuti
LL Cool J
New York Dolls
Rage Against The Machine
Todd Rundgren
Tina Turner
Dionne Warwick
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Dave Grohl and His Mom are teaming up to do some stuff on TV that looks super interesting and it's Non Scripted!!

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Dave Grohl, Foo Fighter and former Nirvana drummer, and his mom Virginia Hanlon Grohl, are going to co-host the new non-scripted docu-series 'From Cradle to Stage' that looks at the relationships between musicians and their moms. The Grohls will appear alongside other famous musicians and their mothers to recall the notable moments in their upbringings. The six-part series is based off her 2017 book, "From Cradle To Stage: Stories From The Mothers Who Rocked And Raised Rock Stars." It's one of 36 original series set to launch on March 4th on the new streaming service Paramount-plus (formerly known as CBS All Access). 

in 2017 Strand Books did a QnA Conversation thing with Dave and his Mom at the release to introduce the New Book...Take a look...


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Video proof of Foo Fighters covering The Bee Gees "You Should Be Dancing" Bahahhahahaha! Good Stuff!

Video proof of Foo Fighters covering The Bee Gees "You Should Be Dancing" Bahahhahahaha! Good Stuff!

The Foo Fighters are sharing their cover of a Bee Gees song. While appearing on BBC Radio 2's Sofa Sessions, they played their songs "Waiting on a War," "All My Life" and the Bee Gees' "You Should Be Dancing." Frontman Dave Grohl said the band decided to cover the song after recently watching Bee Gees' documentary "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart." Grohl revealed it was the easiest song he's ever sang. He joked he should have been singing like that for the last 25 years. 

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UPDATE: COMPLETE VERSION of Another New Foo Fighters tune! Check out "No Son Of Mine" and a THANK YOU from Dave to everyone that supported the "Save Our Stages Act"

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HAPPY FOO YEAR!! The Foos' release their new album "Medicine At Midnight" on Feb 5th. They gave us 'Shame Shame' and now it looks like another track from their 10th studio album is HERE! Some are comparing "No Son Of Mine" to Rammstein and Motörhead, but most importantly it seems is...DRUMBEATS are the BIG PLUS in this new one!

Additionally, Dave Grohl is thanking those who have supported the 'Save Our Stages Act'. On social media, he shared that the act passed as a part of the economic stimulus bill. Grohl says the move brings people one step closer to feeling the "communal feeling of connection" which he says is best felt through live music. The Save Out Stages Act aims to help support America's smaller independent music venues amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ozzy is 1/2 way done with his new album & his Guest Appearance list will blow minds!

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Ozzy has been working hard on his next album with Producer Andrew Watt. This will be Ozzy's 13th studio album and will be a doozy, because according to a recent update from Mr. Watt, the sessions are underway and they have enlisted Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.

Watt did an interview with Guitar World and talked about protocols on keeping Ozzy safe during the recording sessions, who impressive list of guest musicians and how the album is sounding... 

"We're about halfway through. But, you know, it's been hard with COVID and everything to keep him safe. We all test every day before we work and it's just me, Ozzy and my engineer. So it's taken a little longer this time, but it's cool because the last one was made in this, like, swift love affair of passion, like, 'Oh my God, this is incredible!' [laughs] But this time everyone's moving a little slower and we're taking a little more time. And the songs, there's some songs on there that are like eight or nine minutes long that are these really crazy journeys. I'm really excited about it."

"There's a bunch of people involved. I can't say for sure until the end, but I started doing a bunch of basic tracks with Chad and Robert Trujillo, who used to play in Ozzy's band. And Taylor Hawkins also came in and played a bunch on the record as well, which adds a different flair – it kind of harkened back to Ozzy's '80s era, in a great way. And I think it's so cool for a rock fan to be able to listen to half an album with Chad Smith on drums, and then you flip it over and you get to hear Taylor Hawkins.

And you know, the last album was really special for everyone involved. And so there was no point in Ozzy or me doing this again unless we thought we could bring something new to the table. And I feel like we're achieving that."

"Well, we're just halfway through, so it could still change. Some of these songs we have could wind up not even making the album. So I can't really say yet. But in the end it's all Ozzy's decision. When he tells me we've got the album, that's when I'll stop." 

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