Liner Notes (November 8)

Billy Idol, Phil Collins, John Fogerty and the Rolling Stones make up the November 8 edition of “Liner Notes.”  Rock on!

Details on Billy Idol’s Live Record Store Day Black Friday Release

For those looking to contribute to their local record shops this Black Friday, there are a number of titles that are available for this year’s Record Store Day Black Friday, including a new live title from Billy Idol that was recorded during his latest tour in support of his 2014 studio release Kings & Queens of the Underground.   Check out the full track listing below, and find a participating record store near you at RecordStoreDay.com.

Billy Idol – BRI Live! – Tracklist
“Postcards From the Past”
“Cradle of Love”
“Can’t Break Me Down”
“Dancing With Myself”
“Flesh for Fantasy”
“Save Me Now”
“Ready Steady Go”
“Sweet Sixteen”
“Eyes Without a Face”
“L.A. Woman”
“Dementia” (Steve Stevens guitar solo)
“Whiskey and Pills”
“Blue Highway”
“Rebel Yell”
“White Wedding”
“Mony Mony”

Phil Collins Adds High-Profile Gig To 2017 Tour Schedule

After selling out his handful of European performances in a matter of minutes, Phil Collins announces he will be headlining the British Summer Time Festival at London’s Hyde Park on June 30, 2017.

Now, if only he could book some U.S. dates…

Phil Collins on Twitter

We can now announce that Phil will be headlining BST Hyde Park on Friday 30th June! Pre-sale opens at 9am TODAY at https://t.co/dl9qEegQ7k

 

John Fogerty Delivering Keynote At Billboard Touring Conference

John Fogerty will be taking to the stage at the Billboard Touring Conference, but it won’t be a typical performance.

Per Billboard, Fogerty will be heading up the Keynote Q&A session of the conference taking place November 9-11 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Can’t wait to hear him talk about some of his classic touring experiences.

Stones Offer Up Second Preview From Blues Covers Album

Finally, the Rolling Stones are getting closer to the December 2 release of their blues covers album Blue & Lonesome.  Fortunately, the band were nice enough to provide another preview with their rendition of Little Walter’s “Hate To See You Go.”

The Rolling Stones - Hate To See You Go

Music video by The Rolling Stones performing Hate To See You Go. (C) 2016 Promotone B.V, under exclusive licence to Universal International Music B.V. http://vevo.ly/cWnNep

 

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter. The first man she ever loved was Jack Daniels.  True story.