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For: February 20, 2018 

>>Stevie Nicks Explains Her Limited Involvement With Fleetwood Mac 

(Undated)  --  Stevie Nicks is explaining why she limits her involvement with Fleetwood Mac and how that actually benefits the band. In a recent interview, the "Dreams" singer said she wants to keep the band's tours feeling "special" for both the band and their fans, adding that a huge band has to "get out of the spotlight." Nicks feels the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group should only tour every three years, because when they do perform live "it's an event." 

>>Foreigner To Release Live Orchestral CD-DVD Package 

(Undated)  --  Foreigner is set to offer fans something for the first time that spotlights some of their biggest hits in a very unique way. The band last year performed their hits in two shows with a symphony orchestra, and those shows are captured in the forthcoming CD-DVD package "Foreigner With the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra and Chorus," available April 27th. Also available as a double vinyl LP set, the release features reworked renditions of hits including "Feels Like the First Time," "Cold As Ice," Double Vision" and "Urgent," among many others. 

>>Rob Halford Insists Rock And Roll Will Never Die 

(Undated)  --  Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford is absolutely convinced that rock and roll will never die in part because of all the turmoil going on in the world. In a recent interview, Halford was asked if he agreed with late Motorhead singer-bassist Lemmy, who questioned the future of rock music. Halford disagrees, saying there will always be a rock and roll band of some nature, because bands will always push back against what is going on around them. He said that is "as true now as it ever was." 

>>Live Footage Surfaces Of Metallica Performing 'Whiskey In The Jar' 

(Undated)  --  Professionally shot video footage of Metallica performing the traditional Irish song 'Whiskey in the Jar" is surfacing online. The newly minted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band's version of the tune popularized by Irish rockers Thin Lizzy in 1973 was shot last week at their concert in Bologna, Italy. Metallica included a studio version of the track on their 1998 album "Garage Inc.," and that year won the Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for their version.