Rock Report: Farm Aid, Cheap Trick Covers Bowie, NIN Pizza Delivery

“Farm Aid: 2020 On The Road” went down Saturday night, featuring at-home performances from more than 20 artists including Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson and The Boys, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, and Dave Matthews. You can watch the webcast below and help the cause at

Cheap Trick have cut a cover of David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel," which is out now. No word yet if their version of the Bowie classic is part of the new album they recorded, their first for BMG, which has yet to be announced.

Filter front man Richard Patrick, who was once a touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails, revealed he finally quit the band after Trent Reznor - hailed as both an inspiring but irritating band leader - told him to deliver pizzas to make extra cash.