Today in Music News 1.18.17
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- Looks like we finally have an actual band planning on performing at Donald Trump's Inauguration. The Beach Boys have yet to be officially confirmed, but the Washington Post believes it to be 100% true.
- Ozzy Osbourne just announced his first solo show since his Black Sabbath days. He will be backed by Kiss, Rob Zombie, Megadeth, Anthrax, Korn and Godsmack at the Chicago Open Air Festival July 14th - 16th.
- We are going to have an expanded edition of George Harrison's biography very soon, along with an exclusive vinyl from his back catalog. The late Beatle would have been 74, and this is coming to us to help celebrate his birthday. The Vinyl Collection is scheduled to arrive in stores on February 24th.
- On Monday, we lost a very important member of the Greg Kihn Band. Bassist Steve Wright, who helped co-write many of the bands hits, died following a heart attack in Sacromento, California. Steve had also previously suffered a stroke back in 2007.
SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock