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For Thursday, December 8, 2016 

>>Metallica Announces Last Minute Show 

(Los Angeles, CA)  --  Metallica is doing another last-minute show.  The gig will be held a week from today at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles.  The band made the announcement on their website yesterday writing, "We're about to head out once again, this time for a quick trip south to spend some time with our friends in the media in Los Angeles. If you've been following along, by now you've figured out that while interviews and photo shoots are great fun, we can't visit without playing live too!"  Go to Metallica.com for the chance to purchase tickets. 

>>Taylor, The Eagles Get Kennedy Honors 

(Washington, DC)  --  James Taylor and the surviving members of the Eagles are among the recipients of this year's Kennedy Center awards.  The ceremony was hosted by 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert in Washington Monday.  Eagles drummer Don Henley spoke about his late bandmate Glenn Frey saying, "I want to dedicate this evening to our brother Glenn. He was so much a part of our success. He was the driving force in the band."  Bob Seger performed "Heartache Tonight" and a rendition of "Life in the Fast Lane" with Vince Gill and Kings of Leon. Sheryl Crow, Garth Brooks and Darius Rucker also did a medley of James Taylor songs.  CBS will air the ceremony on December 27th. 

>>Journey Announces Vegas Residency 

(Undated)  --  Journey is doing another residency in Las Vegas.  The band will return to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in May for a nine-show stint.  They are also doing a quick tour with Asia in April.  Get all the dates at JourneyMusic.com. 

>>Bonham Wants To Play Zeppelin Reunion 

(Undated)  --  Drummer Jason Bonham says he believes in his "heart of hearts" that there will be another Led Zeppelin reunion.  The son of late Zeppelin drummer John Bonham last performed with the surviving members of Zeppelin in London in 2007.  In a recent interview, the younger Bonham said he tries to put the idea to the back of his mind because that worked once before.  He explained, "Back in 2004 I finally let go. I said to myself, 'Don't ever think it's gonna happen. Let it go. Don't have that little flutter of hope in your stomach or whatever.' And then when I let it go what happens? I get a call in 2007. So all I'll say is 'I'm gonna let it go.' As far as I know, nothing's gonna happen, but if I let it go, you never know." 

>>Cooper's Old Band Could Be On New Record 

(Undated)  --  Alice Cooper is sharing some details about his next album.  In a recent interview, Cooper said the record could feature the surviving original members of the Alice Cooper Band.  The rocker explained, "We have three songs from the original band that we're gonna look at and see if we can turn them into something. I would love that. We have those songs sitting there. We just have to see if they fit in."