• Sammy Hagar & The Circle have just released the video for “Trust Fund Baby” from the band’s first studio album, Space Between. The clip was directed by ZZ Satriani, son of Hagar’s Chickenfoot bandmate Joe Satriani, and is the first released from Space Between, which is set to drop on April 19th. Hagar spoke about the track to Blabbermouth, explaining, the song is about “what happens when kids are given too much money too early in life, and it becomes an affliction. All the money in the world isn’t a guarantee for a good life. I’m a believer in working hard and finding purposeful work — but that comes in a later chapter.” (Blabbermouth)
  • The latest John Lennon and Yoko Ono documentary, John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky, will air on A&E on March 11th, at 9 p.m. The film, which produced by Britain’s Channel 4 with the cooperation of Yoko Ono and the Lennon estate, aired last fall in England and features “unheard audio including the first demo of ‘Imagine,’ as well as never-heard-before interviews with one-time Beatle Lennon. Previously unseen footage will show him and Yoko working together in London.” Above Us Only Sky was helmed by Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated director Michael Epstein — best known for the 2010 LennoNYC documentary. (Press release)
  • Set for release on March 26th is the first major documentary on Randy Bachman, titled Bachman. The doc spotlights Bachman’s life and career from his humble beginnings in Winnipeg, Canada to his worldwide chart-topping success with both the Guess Who and then Bachman-Turner Overdrive. This 78-minute documentary “includes rarely seen footage and photos plus documents stored at the National Archives in Ottawa for decades interspersed with interviews with family members and legendary musicians including Neil Young, Paul Schaffer, Alex Lifeson, Peter Frampton and his bandmate Fred Turner, providing an introspective look at the musician and the man.” Bachman will be available on DVD and streaming platforms. (Press release)
  • European Genesis fans are in for a treat with Mike Rutherford‘s solo band Mike + The Mechanics announcing they’ll be opening for Phil Collins during a half-dozen shows this June. The Mechanics will serve as Collins’ special guests in Austria, France, Germany, Denmark, and Norway. Rutherford and the band will be touring behind their new album, Out Of The Blue, which will be released on April 5th and features remakes of the band’s favorite tunes — along with a deluxe version with six acoustic tracks. (Best Classic Bands)
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