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Random music news for Monday, April 10, 2023

There’s a Chicken McNuggets mystery. I’d like a piece of that. Meanwhile, here’s some music news for April 10, 2023.

  1. RIP Vivian Trimble, keyboardist with Luscious Jackson.
  2. It appears that David Crosby may have died from COVID.
  3. He lasted six years with Tay-Tay.
  4. Meanwhile, here’s the latest in the Mick Mars vs. the rest of Motley Crue lawsuit.
  5. Here are the most popular playlists on Spotify today.
  6. Fact: Timothy Chalamet is going to play Bob Dylan in the biopic. Also fact: He’s going to do is own singing.
  7. The Tragically Hip’s Yer Favourites collection is coming to vinyl. Finally.
  8. Diddy now says he was joking about paying Sting $5,000 per day for a sample. Jeez, I hope so.
  9. Click here if you’re a fan of Tool. Trust me.
  10. Geddy Lee’s autobiography is done. It’ll be out in November.
  11. Bring metal back to India. (Via Tom)
  12. How the Panama Papers exposé has manifested itself in rock music. This is…odd.
  13. Morrissey can’t seem to stay on a record label. He can, however, still sell lots of concert tickets.
  14. Brexit is really buggering up touring plans for acts in Europe. Here’s an example.
  15. Eddie Van Halen’s favourite guitar is going for auction. It’ll get at least USD$3 million.
  16. Here’s a good history of the iconic Whiskey on Sunset Boulevard.
  17. Earl Grey. Hot. (Not a Star Trek reference.)

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BONUS: What if New Order’s “Blue Monday” were played on instruments from the 1930s?

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2 thoughts on “Random music news for Monday, April 10, 2023

  • I don’t get invested in celebrity romances, but I hope Taylor’s breakup doesn’t mean she never returns to doing interesting music with Aaron Dessner and the like of those 2 albums. There’s a million overproduced glossy pop artists out there who can do the thing she usually does. Those albums were actually worth a listen for something different.

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  • Tay-Tay had another breakup after 6 years? Looks like a double album is due!

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