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Today's Rock News (Grammys TV Special, Sammy Hagar, Korn)

Listen at 5:50p every weekday afternoon when Sara recaps the latest in rock news!

Details on Upcoming GRAMMYs Special: WMMR.com

A bunch of superstars, including Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Sting and more, will be part of a program called Grammy's Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special. The show will “highlight some of the most memorable Grammy Awards Moments from Music's Biggest Night and take viewers behind the scenes to reveal unknown facts about the performances. There will be archival footage as well as new interviews with the artists, all talking about their Grammy experiences. The special is set to air at 9pm November 24th on CBS.

SAMMY HAGAR Recruits Chad Kroeger, Bob Weir, Jerry Cantrell for Birthday Film: Rolling Stone

Sammy Hagar recruited a diverse group of artists like Nickelback's Chad Kroeger, Run D.M.C.'s Darryl McDaniels, Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell, Bob Weir and others for four-day birthday bash in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The event, which started on Monday, will be documented with a one-night-only film called Red Til I'm Dead: Sammy Hagar's Rock-N-Roll Birthday Party, screening at select theaters nationwide in December. If you didn’t get an invite to Sammy’s birthday, you can go to FathomEvents.com and found out where to watch the whole thing.

KORN Bassist Details Upcoming Solo Album: Loudwire

Fieldy, the bassist of Korn, has announced the details of his solo album. It’s called Bassically and will feature 17 tracks blending funk, fusion, and rock and is due out November 17th. Fieldy explains: "This is a bass album that features recordings of mine from dressing rooms, tour buses, and other unique locations. It’s a blend of– I can’t wait to share it with you".