Bruce Springsteen's Netflix special Springsteen On Broadway snagged the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special. The prize went to Springsteen's longtime in-house filmmaker, Thom Zimny, and beat out hefty competition from James Corden‘s Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool special and Beyonce's Homecoming. Carpool Karaoke bested both Beyonce and “The Boss” in the Best Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) category. HBO's Leaving Neverland, chronicling two grown men's years of alleged grooming and sexual molestation by Michael Jackson, took home the Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special. (Spin) The surviving Faces Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, and Kenney Jones — reunited Saturday night (September 14th) in Surrey, England for a charity gig at Wentworth Golf Club. The event advertised as “An Evening With Kenney Jones And Friends” featured solo sets by both Jones and Rod, before the Faces took the stage for a six-song set, featuring “Ooh La La,” “Stay With Me,” “(I Know) I'm Losing You” — before a two-song encore of “Sweet Little Rock And Roller,” and “Twistin' The Night Away.” At the fundraiser, Rod revealed that he's successfully battled a bout of prostate cancer — meaning that all three band members have successfully licked the “Big C.” Rod told the crowd: “Tonight would be a nice night to come out of the closet. No, it’s not what you think. Two years ago I was ­diagnosed with prostate cancer. No one knows this, but I thought this was about time I told everybody. I’m in the clear, now, simply because I caught it early. I have so many tests. Guys, you’ve got to really go to the doctor. Finger up the bum, no harm done.” (The Mirror) David Lee Roth shed light on his first major solo move since rejoining the Van Halen brothers. Roth, who recently announced his first Las Vegas residency in nearly 25 years, told Van Halen News Desk, “Four summers have gone by and for a singer, that’s paralyzing. Like a boxer, or a tap dancer, I am dependent upon my whole rig. My whole body. Perhaps playing a guitar, or piano, for example, with your hands, is a bit more forgiving over the years. If you come watch me now, I’m 65 going on 23. If you saw my X-rays, I’m 65 going on 80!” He went on to admit, “I’ve paid a price for the time off, frankly. Enough said there. I hope the best for the fellas, but I don’t know what’s coming up with Van Halen. It’s time for me to use whatever talents and skills that I have. I’m bettin' the rent on it. You’re going to have a ball. This is the smile that launched a thousand hips.” (Ultimate Classic Rock) Art Garfunkel has announced an October 2nd concert at New York's Carnegie Hall featuring his entire family. Joining him will be his wife, Kathryn Luce, along with his sons — 27-year-old Arthur Jr., and 13-year-old, Beau Daniel. The concert will “include solos, duets and numbers by the entire family” — including “Let It Be Me,” “Danny Boy,” “The Boxer,” and “Cecilia.” Art Garfunkel will also read sections from his recent memoir, What Is It All But Luminous. (Press release) Steve Miller has posted a video teaser from his upcoming three-CD, one-DVD collection Welcome To The Vault, which is set for release on October 11th. The new clip features Miller in 1990 jamming in New Orleans with lifelong family friend Les Paul on a cover of “C.C. Rider.” (Best Classic Bands)