Did you get a chance to listen to this week's rock news on The Boris and Robyn Show?  There was a lot of news, and not all of it good.  But we do balance it out with a couple of good news stories.

Beatles producer and all around musical genius George Martin passed away at the age of 90.  He was most famous for his work with The Beatles, but he worked with a lot of great musicians.  After I recorded this week's rock news, we got word of the death of keyboardist Keith Emerson from Emerson, Lake, and Palmer.  He was 71 years old.

Also in the bad news category, AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson has been warned by doctors to stop touring or risk total hearing loss.  This news has forced AC/DC to postpone the last 10 concerts of their tour, including the one at Madison Square Garden on April 4.

And the good news?  Paul McCartney has scheduled a new tour.  And Bad Company is releasing a live album featuring all the original members of the band.  Get more details by clicking the link below.  That's a recap of this week's rock news, have a good weekend.