— The diaries of Beatles road manager Mal Evans are being published. Evans, who died in 1976, is one of the co-stars in the Beatles documentary “Get Back,” and had kept “diaries and manuscripts” of his work with the band since the early 1960s – Rolling Stone calls it the “Holy Grail” for Beatles fans. Mal Evans’ official biography will be published by HarperCollins and is set for release in 2023. His extensive archives will be released the following year.

— The Rolling Stones had the biggest tour of 2021. Billboard has released it’s year-end box-office chart, and says the Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour was the year’s biggest money maker, raking in over 72-million dollars. Green Day came in second, making over 67-million dollars on the road, and Harry Styles came in third, grossing over 64-million. It’s unclear if the Stones will tour again, but bass player Darryl Jones posted Wednesday that he’s looking forward to the next tour.

— Neil Young is releasing a lost album from 1987. The rock icon posted on his website recently that he’s not exactly sure when he recorded the collection of demos called “Summer Songs,” but it appears to have been around the time played Farm Aid in 1987. The recordings include songs that would appear on later Neil Young albums including Freedom and Harvest Moon. “Summer Songs” is set for release in Young’s next archives collection. His new album with Crazy Horse, “Barn,” comes out next week.

— Weird Al Yankovic is going on tour next year. The comedy pop star is announcing new dates on his website for “The Unfortunate Return of the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Ill-Advised Vanity Tour.” A statement on the website says the tour will take place in intimate settings with no props or costumes, and will focus on Yankovic’s original songs. Comedian Emo Philips will open for Weird Al. The tour starts April 26th in Poughkeepsie, New York. It rolls through Mankato on July 23rd, 2022.

— Madonna is showing off her new tattoo. The pop legend recently posted a video on Instagram that shows her getting a tattoo on her wrist, and saying she was completing a “trilogy” of tattoos she had planned on getting. Four of her children were gathered around her as Madonna explained what the tattoo meant, and said it was the Hebrew word for “kissed.” The end of the video shows Madonna grabbing the tattoo needle from her skin artist and giving him a tattoo.