Dating? You might want to weigh in on this debate. Now that you’re thinking about that, try some music news for October 22, 2021.
- Spotify and Canada’s Shopify have come together to offer artists “virtual merch tables.”
- At least one person is really, really obsessed with the polka of Walter Ostenek. See? And do you have any of these records?
- Nathaniel Rateliff is selling off a bunch of his gear for a good cause.
- What’s it like to be Ed Sheeran’s manager? Pretty wild, actually.
- Apparently, things are still very, very good for Duran Duran.
- How to Drink by Lemmy.
- Sorry, Frank. “My Way” is no longer the most-requested funeral song in the UK.
- The Death Metal Burger. It’s a real thing.
- There’s now a Neil Peart drumming scholarship.
- You know that one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin? It’s been bought from the US Government by a cryptocurrency group.
- It’s not over for R Kelly yet. Not by a long shot.
- As a Beatles fan, I gotta get me this new upcoming Paul McCartney set on lyrics.
- Cops in Burlington, Ontario, were holding a distracted driving blitz. They found someone playing a flute–with both hands–while driving.
- And finally, a new social media network from Donald Trump. It’s called TRUTH. (Note that the name of the USSR’s Pravda also meant “truth.” Just sayin’.)
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