Published on September 9th, 2019 | by Alan Cross0
Random music news for Monday, September 9, 2019
It was on this day in 1956 that Elvis appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time. Fast-forward to music news for September 9, 2019, and we have…
- New figures from the US say that 80% of recorded music revenues in the first half of the year are from streaming.
- Two years after Chester Bennington died, his widow is engaged.
- A$AP Rocky’s Swedish lawyer was shot in the head and in the chest in Stockholm. No idea if there’s a connection between the shooting at Rocky’s assault case.
- People were injured in a stampede at a Lil Wayne show.
- Mick Jagger: Not a Trump fan.
- Most. Powerful. Laptop. EVER.
- Oh, Facebook. You are evil, aren’t you? Just admit it.
- Hate your day job? So did these musicians before they struck it big.
- And here are 30 musicians who played in unknown bands before they were famous.
- If you’re a touring musician, you might want to invest in this upcoming book on touring and mental health.
- This 12-year-old kid got permission to skip school so he could go to a Tool concert.
- There’s been a lot of talk recently about artists owning their own masters? What’s the value in that? Read this.
- The Offspring lawsuit/counter-lawsuit involving former bass player Greg Kriesel is rather interesting. See?
- Here’s a great interview with Liz Phair.
- There’s a big box set coming soon from Muse.