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Random music news for Friday, November 24, 2023

Black Friday. This is also known as Brown Friday in the plumbing business. Let’s be careful out there. Meanwhile, here’s some music news for November 24, 2023.

  1. The Canadian recorded music industry is fully behind the new Online Streaming Act. Here’s what you need to know.
  2. Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots was arrested for a DUI and accusations of domestic violence.
  3. To sum up: Axl Rose, Jamie Foxx, and Cuba Gooding Jr. have all been sued for sexual assaults. Why now? A deadline laid out in New York law.
  4. And Jimmy Iovine has been accused of sexual abuse. He’s baffled by this
  5. Hall is suing Oates...
  6. …while David Lee Roth has signaled that he’s ready to work with Sammy Hagar on something Van Halen-related.
  7. Did you catch Dolly Parton’s NFL halftime show? She looked great!
  8. Any new U2 album has been put on hold because Larry Mullen Jr. needs to recover from neck surgery.
  9. No MSG Sphere for London. The mayor has blocked it.
  10. Have you seen the opening ceremony for the Worlds 2023 “League of Legends” video game championship? It features some K-pop and virtual artists.
  11. Paul McCartney explains the lyrics of “I Saw Her Standing There” and “Norwegian Wood.” (Via Sean)
  12. Disney+ has a BTS mini-series coming.
  13. Damn, The Stones fly a lot.
  14. A reboot of The Osbournes? “Never in a million years,” they say.
  15. A$AP Rocky is going to have to stand trial on firearm charges.
  16. Who knew that King Charles was a K-pop fan?
  17. A Brian Jonestown Massacre gig came to an end when the band got into a brawl with itself. The whole Australian tour has been canceled.
  18. This online radio station is dedicated to all things Prince.
  19. Ace of Bass is worth of a documentary? Apparently so.

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Alan Cross

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