Into astronomy? This looks like a fantastic new museum. For stars of another sort, here’s music news for July 23, 2021.
- There’s a civil war in US colleges. What’s the problem? Kid Rock.
- Which smartphone is preferred in which country? This graphic shows us.
- Eric Clapton says he won’t play shows where audiences must be fully vaccinated. He calls this a “discriminated audience.” Jeezus, Eric…
- Johnny Lydon vs. the rest of the Sex Pistols, part 1 and part 2.
- Gorillaz are going to play a second free arena show for British health care workers.
- Remember the Rickie Lee Jones song “Chuck E’s in Love?” The real Chuck E just died.
- Wait: Sammy Hagar almost joined Aerosmith?
- I hope Canadians will get this new show on music memorabilia.
- More Dylan bootlegs.
- Are you in a band frustrated by the late of .com domains? How about .music?
- Podcasts are coming to radio in Canada in a big way. See?
- If you’re an artist looking to create a lyric video, that task has just become automated. Check it out.
- Inhaler, the band fronted by Bono’s son, topped the UK chart with their first album.
- Yes, Canadian media revenues took a hit from COVID. See?
- Yay! Live music returns to Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern TONIGHT with a show by Birds of Bellwoods.
- Don’t have a smartphone? Good luck purchasing concert tickets going forward.
BONUS: Jon Stewart has a new show coming in September. Here’s an indication of what to expect. (Via Sean)
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