* Joe Walsh has been announced as the opener for Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band`s April 11 show at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday (February 16).
* The documentary "David Bowie -- Five Years" will debut in May on Britain's BBC Two, focusing on key periods in 1971, 1975, 1977, 1980 and 1983, as well as this year's comeback. There's no word yet on a U.S. showing.
* A trailer has been posted online for the upcoming Journey documentary "Don't Stop Believin`: Everyman's Journey."
* Stevie Nicks will debut the documentary about the making of her latest solo album, "In Your Dreams," at the South By
Southwest Film Festival during March in Austin, Texas.
* An update on Paul McCartney's next album says he's working with several young producers, including George Martin's Son Giles (who worked on the Cirque du Soleil "LOVE" project), Ethan Johns, Mark Ronson and Adele collaborator Paul Epworth.
* Rod Stewart has been named one of the Dull Men of the Year byt the Dull Men's Club, an actual organization founded in New York City to "celebrate the ordinary."
* Whitesnake will release a new concert DVD, "Made in Japan," from a 2011 tour.
* Forty-three years ago, the Who recorded a show at Leeds University in England that became the iconic concert album "Live at Leeds."
-- by Gary Graff, WCSX Classic Rock Insider