Random music news for Monday, December 13, 2021
Well, this seems extreme. This day’s music news–December 13, 2021–isn’t at all like that.
- A new book could break open all the insane #MeToo issues surrounding Led Zeppelin back in the day.
- The “most important piano in the history of rock’n’roll” is going up for auction.
- RIP Les Emmerson of Ottawa’s Five Man Electrical Band. It was COVID, made worse by underlying health conditions.
- One of the cops that chased The Beatles off the roof in the Get Back doc speaks out for the first time.
- Taylor Swift is going to have to deal with accusations of plagiarism over “Shake It Off” after all.
- A Kanye West publicist threatened a Georgian election worker. “CONFESS THE FRAUD!” Lovely.
- Holiday music is bigger than ever. Here’s why.
- Here’s an interesting interview with Dave Gahan on his most recent solo work.
- That’s a cool move by a politician.
- Accordions! MURDER! (Via Sean)
- The Princess Diana musical crashes to an end. Wait. That’s a bad choice of words.
- Travis Scott’s Cacti Hard Seltzer has been discontinued for obvious reasons.
- “The Misunderstood Genius of Butt Rock.” Discuss.
- Billy Corgan comes to the rescue of cats.
- This Indonesian metal band is defying religious edicts.
- Dave Ellefson is selling some signed Megadeth gear.
BONUS: How do we feel about this? (Via Brad)
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