You know all those one thousand dollar bills you have lying around? Better take them to the bank before the government rules them worthless. Now that’s on your to-do list, here’s music news for November 23, 2020.
- Shut up, Ted Nugent.
- Shut up, dude from Trapt. Good move, Facebook.
- If you’re in Toronto, you can now book a musician to come sing holiday songs at your door.
- I was on the Having’ a Chat podcast. You can listen here.
- A cache of Bob Dylan lyrics, letters, and papers just sold for almost US$500,000.
- And speaking of auctions, wow. The minimum bid on this thing is US$400,000. This could make it the most expensive vinyl record of all time. (Via Michael)
- We will never run out of projects on the history of The Beatles. See?
- We knew this was coming. Guitar Centre, the biggest seller of musical instruments in the US, has filed for bankruptcy. (Via Sean)
- Here’s a cool music poster that will makes a great gift.
- And so is this die-cast AC/DC truck from the Back in Black tour.
- KISS at Walmart. Wait–what?
- And speaking of whom, a MILLION DOLLARS’ worth of pyro? Yep.
And as a bonus…