Alan Peters, Katy Perry in News Notes

Former Agnostic Front bassist Alan Peters has died. He also performed in Crawlpappy and Absolution

Katy Perry has said on Howard Stern‘s radio show that she will return as a judge on American Idol if the show will have her back…

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider said in an interview on Sirius/XM that he doesn’t see the band reuniting “in this lifetime.” He noted that he is currently working on movies, a second novel and that Twisted Sister would have to come after that…

Neil Young announced that he is suing President Donald Trump for copyright infringement for unauthorized use of his music and is seeking the maximum amount possible. Young’s lawsuit states that the Trump campaign has “willfully ignored” the musician’s past public objections and has continued to play his music despite lacking the license to do so… 

Uproxx’s cultural critic Steven Hyden has published a ranked list of the 100 best Bruce Springsteen songs…

The Killers, Pavement in News Notes

The Killers, who in April delayed the release of their forthcoming album due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Imploding the Mirage, will hit store shelves August 21…

Pavement, who was scheduled to reunite at the now-canceled Primavera Sound festival this summer, has joined Bandcamp and put their five studio albums up for streaming and digital download… 

Foo FightersNew Kids on the BlockJefferson Starship, and Jimmy Buffett will perform as part of a Fenway Sessions livestream, July 22, at 7:05 p, to benefit the Red Sox Fund and Live Nation’s Crew Nation charity. The event will be hosted by songwriter Will Dailey… 

SInger-songwriter Emitt Rhodes, frontman of pop group Merry-Go-Round has died. He was 70…

UK music magazine Q has announced that it will fold after 34 years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The magazine’s publishers explained that financial constraints have necessitated the closure… 

Led Zeppelin to stream 2007 tribute concert

Led Zeppelin will hold a YouTube streaming of its 2007 Celebration Day tribute concert to Atlantic Records’ founder, Ahmet Ertegun on its YouTube channel for three days, starting Saturday (May 30). 

The 16-song show, which took place December 10, 2007, at London, England’s O2 Arena, was the band’s first headlining show in 27 years, with the original members of the band, save for the late drummer John Bonham, who was replaced by his son Jason Bonham