JOE PERRY SAYS HE IS 'DOING WELL' AFTER NYC HEALTH SCARE: Joe Perry took to Twitter on Tuesday (November 13th) to let his fans know that he is doing fine after facing a medical emergency on Satrurday (November 12th). Perry made a special appearance at a Billy Joel concert in NYC and reportedly collapsed backstage afterwards. Although the 68-year-old was “alert and responsive” after going to the hospital, the cause for the emergency is still uncertain. The Aerosmith member tweeted, “Doing well, thanks for all the love and support!”

'BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY' GIVES QUEEN HIGHEST CHART POSITION SINCE 1980: Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody” soundtrack album has given the band its highest chart placing in 38 years by rising to number three. The LP sold 59,000 units last week, securing the band’s biggest impact since 1980’s The Game – which included the hits “Another One Bites the Dust” and “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – spent five weeks at No. 1. In addition, their Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection jumped from No. 194 to No. 9, marking the first time Queen have ever had two albums in the top 10. Their Greatest Hits also moved up from No. 71 to No. 48.

JOHN MELLENCAMP TO PERFORM FOR 2019 TIBETAN MONGOLIAN BUDDHIST CULTURAL CENTER BENEFIT: It was announced that John Mellencamp is a feature performer for the 40th anniversary of the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center Benefit Celebration. The event is taking place on Friday, December 14th at Auer Hall at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Attendees will be treated to an intimate, acoustic performance from Mellencamp and more.