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For: Friday, July 22, 2016
>>McCartney Demo Uncovered
(Undated) -- A long lost demo recording from Paul McCartney is going up for auction. The family of singer Cilla Black recently discovered a seven-inch vinyl containing the only known recording of "It's For You." Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote the tune for Black in 1964 and McCartney recorded the demo for her reference. The record is expected to bring in at least 20-thousand dollars.
>>Joe Perry Getting Back On The Road
(Rohnert Park, PA) -- Joe Perry is linking back up with the Hollywood Vampires. The guitarist will play with the band tonight in Rohnert Park, California. It will be his first gig with the Vampires since a combination of dehydration and exhaustion caused him to collapse during a show earlier this month.
>>New David Bowie Set In The Works
(Undated) -- Parlophone is releasing a new David Bowie collection. The set will be called "David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 - 1976)" and follows last year's "David Bowie - Five Years (1969 - 1973)." Few additional details have been released but the official announcement is expected next week.
>>Springsteen's Solo Album Is Different
(Undated) -- Bruce Springsteen's manager is sharing some details about his upcoming solo album. In a recent interview, Jon Landau said The Boss' next project is "a very different kind of record." Landau claims even though the E Street Band is not featured, it's not an acoustic project, calling it "a very expansive record, a very rich record. It's one of Bruce's best creative efforts." No release date has been announced for the album, which will be Springsteen's 19th.
>>Megadeth Beer In The Works
(Undated) -- Dave Mustaine is launching a Megadeth beer. À Tout Le Monde is a Belgian-style saison ale that will be made in Quebec. Get more information at MegadethBeer.com. The singer also created a Mustaine Vineyards Cabernet in 2014.
>>Deep Purple To Release "Live At The NEC"
(Undated) -- Deep Purple is releasing their 2002 show at the NEC in Birmingham, England. The show was the last with founding member and keyboard legend Jon Lord. "Live at the NEC" will be available next month on DVD and digital formats. It was previously only available as part of the "Around the World Live" box set. The project also includes interviews with Ian Gillan and Roger Glover.