Neil Young's 2003 concept album, Greendale, is being turned into a graphic novel from Vertigo (a division of DC Comics). The book will be written by Joshua Dysart.
David Gilmour's concert film, Remember the Night (see our July 6 story) will premier three nights before it's DVD release in 111 theaters in the United States and 54 in Canada. The event will occur on Saturday, September 15 at 3 PM, with an exclusive one-song performance before the movie and a Question and Answer session after. The show will be broadcast to the theaters in HD with Gilmour based in London.
Keith Richards has signed with publisher Little Brown and Company for his autobiography. He'll receive $7.3 million. The book is scheduled for the Fall of 2010.
Good news from two that were ailing over the weekend. Paul Stanley says that he is "absolutely fine" and is back to painting and going to the gym. He'll be back in the studio with Kiss later this week.
He wrote on his website, "Like many, I have had a rapid heart beat condition most of my life and I never have had any type of restrictions. When I've had an episode, although momentarily disrupting and taxing, it has no residual effect. This is nothing new and my doctors have known about it.
"In short, it doesn't change, hasn't changed and won't change my life."
Ozzy Osbourne's hospital stay was strictly outpatient. He rejoined Ozzfest on Monday in Kansas City after having a blood clot in his leg surgically removed.
Radio station K-Earth in Los Angeles has put together a nice lineup for their 35th anniversary show. Celebrating with them will be Chicago, the Doobie Brothers, War, the Stylistics and the Four Tops. K-Earth programs the music of the 60's and the 70's.