— Rosalie Trombley, better known as the “girl with the golden ear,” is dead at 82. Family of the radio executive who pushed the careers of Aerosmith, Kiss, Alice Cooper, Elton John, and Queen among others confirmed she passed away on November 23rd from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. Bob Seger, whose 1973 song “Rosalie” was inspired by Trombley, described her as an “icon, trailblazer, and friend,” adding, “When she got behind your record, other stations would follow suit.”

— The Foo Fighters are announcing the premiere date of their upcoming horror comedy flick. Fans can look forward to seeing “Studio 666” in over two-thousand theaters on February 25th. The plot follows the Foo Fighters recording their 10th album, “Medicine at Midnight,” as they fight supernatural forces at a haunted Encino mansion. Frontman Dave Grohl said in a statement, “We wanted to recapture the classic magic that all of our favorite rock ‘n’ roll movies had, but with a twist: hilarious gore that rocks.” Tickets for the feature-length movie are now on sale at Studio-6-6-6-Movie-dot-com.

— Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood is paying homage to Elvis Presley’s “Blue Christmas” with Corrs singer Andrea Corr. Corr said as soon as she heard the guitar she thought of Wood, and asked him to join, but made sure not to put any pressure on him if he wasn’t interested. She didn’t have to worry about that, though. Wood states, “As soon as Andrea asked and I listened to her voice on ‘Blue Christmas,’ I knew I wanted in,” adding, “I didn’t even have to think about it.”

— Tears For Fears are showcasing their newest song “No Small Thing.” It is the latest single from their forthcoming LP, “The Tipping Point.” Co-founder Roland Orzabal said while making the song they were searching for the elusive, modern hit single and began drawing on influences from their childhoods. He goes on to say ‘No Small Thing’ was the key, the thing that turned a red light green for the album. “The Tipping Point” is set to release on February 25th, and will be the band’s first album in 17 years.

— AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” isn’t just a rock staple, it’s a royal one as well. The British Royal Family’s Prince William reveals he likes to start his work week listening to the AC/DC classic. The Duke of Cambridge shared on the newest episode of the Apple Fitness+ podcast “Time to Walk” the heavy music puts him in the best mood to wake up and start his Monday morning. He adds the certified platinum song makes him feel like he can “take on anything or anyone” and that it’s “a difficult song not to dance to or to nod along to.”