Rewind: The Week in Rock Daily

November 20th, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »
  • Rolling Stone confirmed that the Who will be the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Famers to perform during the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIV in Miami just hours after the band’s “My Generation” was played on Monday Night Football.

  • Aerosmith’s Joey Kramer talked to RS about the band’s search for a new singer to replace Steven Tyler, while Brad Whitford told us Tyler “doesn’t act like a sober person.” Meanwhile, our Readers’ selected who they think should temporarily replace Tyler.
  • Bruce Springsteen flunked a geography exam in Detroit, accidentally calling the Motor City “Ohio.” However, E Street made it up to fans by revealing plans for the E Street’s Darkness on the Edge of Town box set and a Working on a Dream DVD.
  • Lady Gaga and Beyoncé got their Tarantino on in “Video Phone,” Beck and Charlotte Gainsbourg unveiled their awesome mind trip of a “Heaven Can Wait” video, Bob Dylan got into the Christmas spirit in his “Must Be Santa” clip, and Shakira and Lil Wayne teamed up for “Give It Up to Me.”

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