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And more of the days rock news:
Nick Mason says he's giving up on a Pink Floyd reunion. He told Arizona news outlet AZ Central that after around 20 years, he's tired of waiting for Roger Waters or David Gilmour to call him and suggest getting the band back together. He added, though, that they are all on good terms. Mason, Waters and Gilmour all founded Pink Floyd with former lead singer Syd Barrett in 1965.
There's a new turntable honoring Guns N' Roses. Audio company Pro-Ject is releasing a model with a platter emblazoned with the band's famous logo. Supplies are limited so expect to pay around 750-dollars. As for what to play on it, Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan recently reported the band was working on a new studio album.
The Moody Blues are releasing a live album on vinyl. "Live at the BBC: 1967-1970" will make its global vinyl debut on April 26th, as a limited edition three-LP collection. The deluxe special edition features 41 live performances from BBC radio and TV appearances the Moody Blues made between 1967 and 1970. The tracks were originally released on a CD in 2007. The new vinyl also features eight unreleased tracks. The Moody Blues were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
Former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge is producing a new TV show about the alleged existence of aliens. It's titled Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation, and it will be centered around an interview with Luiz Elizondo, a former military intelligence official who helmed the Pentagon's Advances Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The six-part series will premiere on the History Channel in May. DeLonge is also making a fictional sci-fi series for TBS called Strange Times, which will be based on his 2016 graphic novel of the same name.