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Have a good holiday weekend!
So, I was feeling lazy last night, and instead of going to the grocery store for a couple of items, I went to a convenience store that was closer.
The clerk had a problem getting the price of one of the items I picked up, so he sent a co-worker to go check the price.
While I was waiting, I looked at all the different scratch off lottery tickets, and what do I see...but a KISS lottery ticket.
This was the 1st time I had seen one. I had seen & bought an Aerosmith Lottery ticket a few years ago. So I bought the KISS lottery ticket with hopes of striking it rich. But alas, it was not meant to be...as I won nothing
If you're wondering, the Top Prize is $35,000. You could also win a trip to meet KISS, get a signed guitar or framed albums.
Cost.... 2 bucks.
Ozzy Osbourne turned up at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center's An Evening With Women cancer prevention fundraiser last Saturday night, where he performed a short set containing both Sabbath classics and solo hits. According to Loudwire, among the tunes Ozzy belted out were "War Pigs," "Paranoid" and "Crazy Train."
Ozzy's backing group for the evening featured members of Camp Freddy and Billy Idol's band.
Check out "War Pigs" from the event.
FYI...Black Sabbath's tour hits the Woodlands on July 25th.
Out today on DVD and Blu-ray is the critically acclaimed Rolling Stones documentary, Crossfire Hurricane.
The film includes substantial amounts of previously unreleased footage both on and off the stage.
Crossfire Hurricane premiered last year on HBO and features never before seen footage of the band spanning their 50-year career. The doc includes newly conducted interviews with past and present band members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Bill Wyman, and Mick Taylor. Late co-founder Brian Jones is featured through archival interviews.
Check out the trailer.
One last thing....R.I.P. Ray Manzarek of the Doors. You were one of the best keyboardists in Rock. I'm saddened that I never got to see you play.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters/Nirvana joined The Rolling Stones on stage at a show in California over the weekend for a version of "Bitch"
It seems every Rolling Stones show on their tour has special guests. Unfortunately NO Texas dates on the tour. But I keep hoping they'll announce one. I'll keep you updated.
I wonder if he had to pay the fare?
Have a good weekend!