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Random music news for Friday, November 10, 2023

Here’s a movie for your list: Bad CGI Alligator. Oscar material fer sure. Music news for November 10, 2023, looks like this.

  1. Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson is going to star in an “ABBA tribute band horror movie.” You read that correctly.
  2. Geddy Lee is auctioning off a big chunk of his baseball memorabilia collection.
  3. Did Jared Leto really climb the Empire State Building?
  4. Tay-Tay seems to be making friends in the NFL.
  5. Snoop Dogg is opening a gaming division as part of Death Row Records.
  6. TikTok is shutting down its US$2 billion Creator Fund after three years.
  7. Hirohis “Heath” Morie, bassist for X Japan, has died.
  8. Wait: Sharon Osbourne once released a disco song? Yes.
  9. This woman participated in secret sessions for the new Beatles song without knowing what she was being asked to do. Then she died before she found out.
  10. Trouble at the MSG Sphere in Las Vegas? Maybe.
  11. This site uses AI to generate royalty-free music for your digital creations.
  12. Have you seen the trailer for Bono’s Peter and the Wolf? (Via Sean)
  13. It’s that time when we start seeing lists of “artists to watch” in the coming year. Here’s one now!
  14. Katy Perry, the real estate shark.
  15. This could be intersting: A rock star wives podcast.
  16. Bands have logos. Wilco has their own font.
  17. Are these the worst cover songs of all time?
  18. What is a “satanic aggressive Christian band?” I’m confused.

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BONUS: The ferrofluid drum machine. Let’s dance!

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 40+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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