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Random music news for Friday, April 28, 2023

Meanwhile in Florida, the Killer Clown Case is over after 33 years. Digest that and then move on to music news for April 28, 2023.

  1. Here’s a pretty good expert take on the plagiarism trial involving Ed Sheeran and the estate of Marvin Gaye.
  2. Apparently there’s still a ton of Van Halen stuff waiting to be released.
  3. Same thing with Oasis.
  4. Metallica has a new custom playlist generator. Give it a try.
  5. ‘Murica today.
  6. Chester Bennington’s son has released his debut single.
  7. Interesting: The musical game played by Inuit women for centuries. (Via Andrew)
  8. There’s a movie coming on the life of doomed Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett.
  9. This guy goes to more gigs than you. He’s 74.
  10. April Wine’s Myles Goodwyn will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame next month.
  11. Are these the next-gen Apple’s Beats Studio Plus earbuds?
  12. The latest Ticketmaster problem involves King Charles.
  13. English speakers: Good at rhythm. Mandarin speakers: Good at melody. Details here.
  14. Interesting stat: 50% of vinyl buyers don’t own a turntable. They’re just collecting vinyl as souvenirs.
  15. Is Aerosmith teasing a farewell tour?
  16. RIP Jerry Springer. I’m going to miss him for things like this.

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One thought on “Random music news for Friday, April 28, 2023

  • I was one of those who had vinyl without a turntable, but now I have a turntable again! Of course, the rest of the stereo is in the garage and needing repairs before I can play the vinyl. =)

    While I have a couple of collectors albums that will never see a needle, I will definitely be playing the rest of the albums in the future!

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