This sums things up perfectly. Don’t be a red shirt. (Via Laughing Squid)
And now, music news for July 3, 2020.
- Coronavirus update 1: This could have finally rid us of Vanilla Ice. Sadly, 2,500 people would also have been at risk. Thankfully, the show has been canceled.
- Coronavirus update 2: Here’s what’s happening at Canadian live music venues these days.
- Coronavirus update 3: There’s so little sports happening that ESPN is going to broadcast an Eagles concert this weekend.
- Coronavirus update 4: Cirque du Soleil has filed for bankruptcy.
- What the HELL is going on here?
- Spotify is on a BIG roll. They’re now up there with YouTube.
- Here’s how the universe of podcasts is doing halfway through 2020.
- Now ASCAP is warning Donald Trump about using Rolling Stone songs.
- There are over 1,000 words that can accidentally trigger Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. Here’s the list.
- The National Music Centre in Calgary has launched an interesting fundraiser. Here’s how you can get involved.
- This new app could help with your musical breakthrough.
- Robbie Williams was threatened with beheading in Haiti.
- This is why we need to responsibly recycle our electronic waste.
- What about if we all dispense with Nazi imagery? (Via Tom)
- A Beatles-themed tour of…Israel? Yep.
- Remember when you could buy 13 records/tapes/CD for one penny? How did the Columbia Record Club work? Like this.
- Here’s a great doc about a Zulu musician named Vikazithanthe. (Via Larry)