RHCP's Guitarist Josh Klinghoffer Covers Morrissey's 'Jack The Ripper'

Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer recently covered Morrisey's "Jack The Ripper" at the band's performance in Zurich, Switzerland, according to Consequence Of Sound. Klinghoffer, who replaced the band's former guitarist John Frusciante, is a massive Morrissey and Smiths fan.

Metallica And Neil Young Play 'Mr. Soul' At Bridge School Benefit

At the annual Bridge School benefit concert in Mountain View, California Metallica joined Neil Young on stage for a rendition of Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul." Young and James Hetfield shared vocal duties on the song's chorus, but Young handled the vocals for the rest of the song. The most entertaining part of the performance was a bit of a guitar duel.

Brian May Battling 'Persistent Illness,' Cancels 2016 Plans

Queen guitarist Brian May has cancelled all of his remaining 2016 activity due to, as he puts it, a "persistent illness which is destroying my energy and my will." According to a post on his official website, this includes the cancellation of his annual December candlelight concerts with Kerry Ellis.

Tom DeLonge Comments On Podesta Emails

Former Blink 182 member Tom DeLonge has addressed his appearance in leaked emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, in which he attempted to meet with Podesta in Washington, D.C. to discuss UFO matters. "I am still here. Wikileaks really messed some important stuff up," DeLonge wrote on Instagram.

The Who's Pete Townshend Admits He Doesn't Really Like Performing

Pete Townshend, the legendary guitarist of The Who, recently admitted that he really doesn't enjoy performing live. He claims to not get any thrill or natural high out of the experience. Townshend stated in an interview with The Times that "I would be a liar if I said, 'It was really fun, man. It was great!' It wasn't great. It was a gig. I did it and I got paid."

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