Scorpions and Def Leppard are among the many that have been productive during the quarentine.  New music is coming out from both...and likely won't chart due to the majority of the population having bad taste in music.

That being said, Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again” hit the charts again following Tawny Kitaen’s death so anything's possible.

Someone stole Randy Rhoads gear in 2019 and it's now been returned.  Ozzy put a reward out for the missing items and that's yet to be claimed.  Meanwhile Metallica’s "All Within My Hands" foundation will donate $1.6 Million to 23 Community Colleges.

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!

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IN THE NEWS

Whitesnake’s “Here I Go Again” Tops Charts Following Tawny Kitaen’s Death

Queensrÿche: Scott Rockenfield Has Removed Todd La Torre and Parker Lundgren From ‘Band’ Section on His Website

Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson Explains What Drives Him To Excel In A Wide Variety Of Pursuits Away From His Main Job

Scorpions Frontman Klaus Meine Talks New Album "We Tried to Reactivate the Scorpions DNA"

Arrest Warrant Issued For Marilyn Manson in NH

Randy Rhoads Gear Stolen in 2019 Returned; Ozzy Osbourne Reward Remains Unclaimed

Joe Elliott Says Def Leppard Has Written Some New Songs During Pandemic

Metallica’s Foundation to Donate $1.6 Million to 23 Community Colleges

Metallica, Steve Vai, Paul Stanley and More Sell Guitars To Raise Money For Jason Becker

NEW RELEASES

Metallica Post Cryptic 'Black Album 2021' Teaser on Social Media
Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH Releases New Song “Mammoth”
Vinnie Vincent Says He'll Release New Music in '12 to 18 Months'
Watch Trailer For New KISS Documentary, 'Biography: KISStory', From A&E
Deep Purple: 'Live At Montreux 2011' Available For First Time On DVD + 2CD Set
First Official ELP Book Available for Pre-Order
'School Of Rock' Opens First School In Europe
Night Ranger Announce New Album With First Single, 'Breakout'
Listen To Faster Pussycat's cover of Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers' "Pirate Love"
'Almost Famous' Movie Soundtrack Gets 'Uber Deluxe' Expanded Box Set
David Lee Roth Shares New Original 'Comics'
Def Leppard Streaming Rare B-Side Song "10 Times Bigger Than Love"

ON TOUR... OR NOT

Quiet Riot Announce Summer/Fall 2021 US Tour Dates

Book a Private Concert with Stephen Pearcy and his Ratt Bastards 

Vince Neil, Gilby Clarke, Night Ranger & More, Confirmed for Monsters on the Mountain

Sammy Hagar Honors ‘Real Heroes’ at First Post-COVID Concert

Sammy Hagar & The Circle Kick Off U.S. Tour In Key West, Florida

Tesla Announce New 2021 Live Tour Dates

Aerosmith Reschedule 50th Anniversary Fenway Park Concert

Rammstein Announces Rescheduled 2022 North American Stadium Tour Dates

Hotel Davenport Demolition

The Hotel Davenport is located at 5202 Brady St. and was reportedly built in the early 1970s. Earlier this year it was decided that this hotel was no longer set to have guests.

According to the Quad Cities times, the Davenport hotel has faced a number of fires, along with safety and health code violations. This has led to the call for its demolition. I've driven past it many times and have seen that the building had clearly began to deteriorate.

It was scheduled for demolition earlier this year, and said demolition began in April. Many involved in this project are excited to see what the future holds for this lot in Davenport.

I drive past this spot every day for work, and over the last month have snagged some pictures of the demolition.