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Day in Rock Report for 05/21/2024

Heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame as a solo artist in October and he and his family discussed his nervousness over the acceptance speech on the latest episode of The Osbournes podcast.

He was previously inducted as a member of Black Sabbath. During the episode, his son Jack mentioned the upcoming solo induction and Ozzy suggested that he should "start rehearse the **** speech now, I'll **** it up." His daughter Kelly then added, "for those listening, one of my father's least favorite things in the world to do it give a speech and I get it. Is not a fun thing." (continue)

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Senses Fail and Saves The Day are proud to announce its co-headline New Jersey Vs. The World Tour for November and December. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Let It Enfold You and the 25th anniversary of Through Being Cool with full-album plays of each, the tour will kick off on Tuesday, November 5 at Emo's in Austin, TX and take in 25 evenings across North America, culminating in an appearance at the Marquee Theater on December 8. Support on the tour will be provided by Narrow Head.

"I am so honored to be able to go on tour to celebrate a release from 20 years ago. If you had told me all that time again that we'd still be able to make music and tour this far into our career, I would be blown away. To have the privilege to tour with one of our main influences in Saves The Day as they celebrate one of my favorite records of all time is absolutely a blessing. I cannot wait to get out on the road." - Buddy Neilsen of Senses Fail (continue)

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Raiding The Rock Vault-which tells the story of classic rock from the 1960s to the 1980s presented by rock stars who performed them-continues to shine as one of Las Vegas' longest-running shows. Now in its 11th year in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Cafe on The Strip, RAIDING THE ROCK VAULT is on track to soon earn its 5,000th five-star review on Tripadvisor-a distinction that no other show in Las Vegas would be able to boast.

"I change the songs every three months and often members of the cast weekly, which keeps it fresh," says Sir Harry Cowell, the show's creator and producer. It's a 90-minute classic rock concert experience with stunning production that transports the audience from the 1960s through the 80s with classic rock anthems. (continue)

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Nervosa recently released their blistering fifth full-length, 'Jailbreak', to major acclaim. They have now set their sights on North America, announcing their first headline tour of the USA and Canada beginning in late August 2024!

On the road for nearly a month-and-a-half, the tour will visit major locations such as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Brooklyn, Montreal, and Chicago - including seven total stops in Canada - coming to an end in mid-October. The tour will feature support from Lich King and Hatriot. (continue)

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Nothing More today, May 21, announce their headlining "Carnal Tour 2024" produced by Live Nation that will feature direct support from rock outfit Set It Off along with special guests, alt-metal vanguards/Better Noise Music labelmates From Ashes To New and rock outfit Post Profit.

The late summer "Carnal" tour will kick off in the U.S. on August 31 in Columbia, MO and stretch to September 24 in Cleveland, OH. It .Artist pre-sales and VIP meet and greet upgrades begin today at Noon (ET). General onsale begins Thursday, May 23 at 10 AM local time via Nothing More's website. (continue)

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EMF have announced that they will be playing their very first U.S. shows in over 30 years next month that they will be launching in support of their new album, "The Beauty and The Chaos".

Reybee sent over these details: "It's been very hard keeping this news a secret," says James Atkin and Ian Dench of British dance-rock quintet EMF excitedly. "We are so happy to finally announce these very special U.S. shows." (continue)

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After wrapping the final leg of the Machine Killer tour with Static-X, metal legends Sevendust are heading back on the road this September to celebrate the 21st Anniversary of their iconic album Seasons. Seasons is the fourth album from the band's catalog and exploded on to the metal world when it was released in October 2003.

The album spawned a Top 10 Rock single with "Enemy" and the album closer "Face To Face" is a show staple and fan favorite of Sevendust to this day. The tour kicks off on September 13th in Hampton Beach, MA and runs through October 8th where it wraps up in Salt Lake City, UT. (continue)

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After a successful U.S. run of shows together in February and March, Dropkick Murphys is hitting the road again with punk legends Pennywise and hotly-tipped Dublin rock band The Scratch for a fall North American tour. The trek launches September 24 in New York City and wraps October 27 in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Dropkick Murphys' 2024 touring plans also include a series of festival dates after a run of European festival dates in June and July. DKM return to North America for Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival (July 21 in Mansfield, OH), Newport Folk Festival (July 28 in Newport, RI), the New York State Fair (Aug. 25 in Syracuse, NY), Envol et Macadam (Sept. 12-14 festival in Quebec City, Quebec), Music 4 Cancer (Sept. 12-14 festival in Sainte-Therese, Quebec), Louder Than Life (Sept. 28 in Louisville, KY) and Aftershock (Oct. 11 in Sacramento, CA). (continue)

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With their recent US headline tour now wrapped and before the band heads over to continue their global domination in Europe, California's greatest export Steel Panther is announcing the final batch of headline dates in the US as part of their On The Prowl World Tour 2024.

The band comprised of Michael Starr (Vocals), Satchel (Guitars), Stix Zadinia (Drums) and Spyder (Bass) return to the road in the United States on August 23 in Buffalo, NY and runs through September 14 where it wraps up in Jacksonville, NC. (continue)

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Chart-topping musician and music educator Bonnie Milne just released her new single "Stolen Night Sky", and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the song. Here is the story:

This composition is a representation of a challenging time in my life. Composing this piece was a way to express myself and create a theme that was deep, dark and intense AND I've been told very catchy! (continue)

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