Zakk Wylde for Dancing With The Stars?- Dream Theater Find Mike Portnoy Replacement- Ozzy Goes Disney- Bon Jovi Top Tour of 2010- Joe Perry N Paul Rodgers- more

Sorry for the delayed digest for today. We'll be back to full strength on Monday. Until then here is the Day in Rock Digest for 12/10/10: Believe or not, Black Label Society's official MySpace Blog, is urging fans to vote for mainman Zakk Wylde (ex-Ozzy Osbourne) to be on the next Dancing With The Stars. more

Ozzyhead.com reports that Ozzy Osbourne is in a new animated Disney movie called "Gnomeo and Juliet." There are no details about which character he'll be voicing in the take-off of the famed Shakespeare work, but Hulk Hogan and Dolly Parton also appear in it and it's expected to hit theaters on February 11, 2011. more

In other Ozzy news: his St. Louis, Missour concert, scheduled for tonight (Friday, December 10th) at Scottrade Center, has been cancelled and rescheduled for next year based on advice from doctors. more

Dream Theater have found their new drummer to replace Mike Portnoy, who left the band earlier this year to pursue other musical avenues. But fans are going to have to wait a little while longer to find out who it is. more

High ticket prices despite a recession still pays off for some acts as this bit of news from Billboard shows: For the second time in three years, Bon Jovi ranks as the highest-grossing touring act. The band's achievement, this year and previously in 2008, demonstrates that, remarkably, the group is hitting its touring peak 26 years after releasing its debut album more

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry will join Paul Rodgers at his London show next spring. Details about the tour which features Joe Elliot's Down N Outz are here

Motorhead's Lemmy says, "John Lennon was the a**hole of the Beatles" Lemmy has spoken about how he was inspired by The Beatles, and in particular John Lennon. more
The Zombies are planning a special event next year to celebrate their 50th anniversary. “Well, it’s actually the anniversary of our first rehearsal,” laughs keyboard player/vocalist Rod Argent. “But one of the things we’ll do is release a new studio album." more
More than 700,000 people in Africa are drinking clean water today thanks to multi-platinum Christian band Jars of Clay. more
Jackyl will perform and appear on frontman Jesse Dupree's truTV series Full Throttle Saloon over the next two weeks, with special guest Darryl "DMC" McDaniels. more
The Devin Townsend Project will headline a European tour next March. more

Denial Machine has posted the following update: "Don't miss our last concert of 2010 this Saturday... This will also be the farewell performance for guitarist Mark "Zilla" Cichra as he has decided to leave the band to pursue other interests." more

Steve "Buckshot" Seabury was interviewed on Wed night's edition of Fox News' "Red Eye" show with host Greg Gutfeld. During the interview they discussed the inspiration behind "Mosh Potatoes - Recipes, Anecdotes & Mayhem From The Heavyweights Of Heavy Metal", a food tasting and the humorous stories behind each recipe. Check it out here

Reformed Yellowcard finish new album Band say 'When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes' is 'something very special' more

There's no more music between rocker Nancy Wilson and director Cameron Crowe; the couple have finalized their divorce. more

Initial dates have been announced for Oceano's upcoming trek with For The Fallen Dreams, Upon A Burning Body, The Great Commission, and I The Breather more

The Last Vegas have released a video for the song "Apologize" from the band's 2009 album 'Whatever Gets You Off'. more

In anticipation of their upcoming 10 Year Anniversary Party, The Max Levine Ensemble has re-recorded 13 of their older tracks for a new release. more

Guitar legend Mark Reale, from reunited/reactivated Texas metallers RIOT, suffered a leg injury recently that has kept him bed-ridden. After allowing time for his leg to heal, Reale flew down to San Antonio these past few weeks and went to work with the Thundersteel-era reunion line-up more

On this day in 1973, The CBGB Club opened in the lower eastside of New York City; it became the home of new bands such as Blondie, Television, Patti Smith and The Ramones. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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