Last week Sammy Hagar announced he'll be setting up residency in Las Vegas later this year.  Looks like Billy Idol thought that was a good idea and will be there in October.

I'm pretty sure he didn't steal his idea...but if Billy Idol comes out with a new tequila with Guy Fieri you'll know for sure because that's exactly what Sammy's doing.  The new tequila is called "Santo Tequila Reposado".

80's metal reigns supreme with the House of Hair.  Here are some news stories you may have miss this week.  This will catch you up before Dee rocks you Saturday Night from 9-Midnight. Dee from Twisted Sister, leads the charge and waves the spandex flag of freedom with The House of Hair!

3 Hours of killer guitar licks and rockin' tunes from your favorite 80's headbangers!

The House of Hair, Saturday nights Nine PM until Midnight only on 97X!



Tony Iommi - 'I Don't Think Rock Is Dead'

Iron Maiden Have Some ​“Very, Very Exciting Things in the Pipeline”

Wendy Dio Details Ronnie James Dio's Final Days: 'I Didn't Think He Was Gonna Die'

Gene Simmons On His Decision To Leave California: 'It's Time For A Change'

Sharon Osbourne Leaves The Talk Amidst Racism Allegations

Alice Cooper Reveals Guns N' Roses and Bon Jovi Wrote Some of His Favorite Songs

Stryper's Oz Fox Is 'Doing Great' Three Weeks After Undergoing Brain Surgery

George Lynch And Don Dokken Are 'In Agreement' That 'Proper' Dokken Reunion Should Happen

Scorpions Were Forced To Abandon Plan To Work With Producer Greg Fidelman On New Album


Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH Unveil Two new Songs

Eddie Van Halen 'Bookazine' Now Available From Official Van Halen Store

Eddie Van Halen Grammy Tribute Idea Didn't Seem Right To Wolfgang


Sammy Hagar Creates New Tequila "Santo Tequila Reposado" with Guy Fieri 

Alice Cooper 'In The 1970s' Book Due In May

KISS, Foo Fighters, Steve Vai, Korn, Ghost Items Part Of Road Relief Auction

The Metallica Rock Iconz Collectible Statues Now Available

David Lee Roth Thinks WAP Means "Wings & PIzza"

Tony Iommi Plotting Box Set of Tony Martin-Era Black Sabbath

Night Ranger Perform Alice Cooper, Damn Yankees Covers At Socially Distanced Concert

Duff McKagan's Pre-Guns N' Roses Music Set For Release


Cream Announce Vinyl Debut Of Goodbye Tour Show

The Steve Miller Band Share Classic 'Jet Airliner' Performance

Led Zeppelin In The Studio For 'Presence' Anniversary

Eagles' 'Millennium Concert' Set to Make Vinyl Debut

Pink Floyd Stream 'Wish You Were Here' From Live At Knebworth


Uriah Heep's UK Tour Postponed Until 2022

Billy Idol Announces October Vegas Residency

Reading & Leeds Festival Attendees Will Likely Need a Vaccine Passport 

5,000 People Attended a Covid-19 Live Show Experiment

New Zealand Safely Held A 120,000+ Person Festival Last Weekend

LOOK: The most expensive weather and climate disasters in recent decades

Stacker ranked the most expensive climate disasters by the billions since 1980 by the total cost of all damages, adjusted for inflation, based on 2021 data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The list starts with Hurricane Sally, which caused $7.3 billion in damages in 2020, and ends with a devastating 2005 hurricane that caused $170 billion in damage and killed at least 1,833 people. Keep reading to discover the 50 of the most expensive climate disasters in recent decades in the U.S.

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