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Day in Rock Report for 03/01/2024

AC/DC's blockbuster "Back In Black" is used as the inspiration for a new book of murder mysteries that will feature 10 short stories from 10 different authors based on the song titles.

One of the highlights is story "You Shook Me All Night Long" by Andrew Child, which is a new Jack Reacher story. Entitled, "Back In Black: An Anthology Of New Mystery Short Stories", the book was curated by Don Bruns, and will be released on July 16th in various formats. (continue)

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Rock supergroup Black Country Communion, featuring Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham, and Derek Sherinian, have released a teaser for their forthcoming music video "Stay Free".

The song was just released to digital streaming services and is the lead single from the group's forthcoming fifth studio album, which will be entitled "V", and is set to be released on June 14th. (continue)

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Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee took to social media on Thursday (February 29th) to celebrate his on-going recovery from hand surgery that he underwent five weeks ago.

Lee posted a new photo of his right hand on Instagram and included the caption "Exactly 5 weeks ago surgery was done! Healing hands". He also singled out the surgeon Glenn D. Cohen with "Hero @drcohenhandsurgeon". (continue)

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Oasis star Liam Gallagher has teamed up with John Squire of The Stone Roses as they release their self-titled debut album today via Warner Records. The label sent over the following details:

The album's opening track "Raise Your Hands" is an immediate statement of intent. A stomping glam-rock moment that Liam has compared to Roxy Music with a little Stonesy piano for good measure, it surges with an unrestrained energy that sounds as natural and liberated as if they had just stepped on stage. And as an opening one-two with "Mars To Liverpool" it's clear that the pair have put their full passion into the set. (continue)

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Axel Rudi Pell has announced that he will be releasing his new album, "Risen Symbol" on June 14th via Steamhammer/SPV. Freeman Promotions sent over the following details: No doubt about it: The world would be a much poorer place without AXEL RUDI PELL!

On his 22nd (!) studio album 'Risen Symbol', the Bochum-based guitarist and songwriter continues to fly the melodic hard rock flag without watering down his style with pseudo-modern stylistic variations or expendable studio gimmicks. At the same time, he is constantly looking for new influences, exciting inspirations, and catchy hooks. (continue)

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British blues roots rock guitarist Bex Marshall has released a music video for her brand new single "Preaching To The Choir" which is a focus track from her new album "Fortuna".

"Preaching To The Choir reflects the sentiment of several different types of relationship all of which maintain continual problems," says Bex. "It's about the unhealthy grind of a long-term relationship which has become diseased. (continue)

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In a groundbreaking fusion of music & space exploration, Supreme Unbeing is set to captivate the world with their latest venture - the 'Spaceman Challenge'. Inspired by their electrifying cover of the iconic single 'Spaceman' releasing March 1st, 2024 (originally by Babylon Zoo), the band is igniting a global movement, bridging the gap between rock music & the final frontier - space.

The 'Spaceman Challenge' is more than a musical feat; it's a call to dreamers, adventurers, and music enthusiasts worldwide. The band's cover of "Spaceman" is not just a tribute to the 90s rock era, but a powerful anthem infused with modern metal influences, promising to energize and inspire a new generation of listeners. (continue)

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Nashville based singer-songwriter Lori Triplett just released her new album "When the Morning Comes" and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the song "Light from Another Room." Here is the story:

This song was inspired by my own personal struggles and hardships. I remember being in my room when I was having a difficult time. It was dark except for a little light coming in from the crack of the door from the next room, and I remember thinking how symbolic that visual was for me. (continue)

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