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Random music news for Saturday, June 10, 2023

Craziest headline of the week: Tourists Watch Russian Man Get Devoured by Shark on Egypt Beach. No music news headlines for June 10, 2023 can match that.

  1. It seems that there are more unseen Beatles photographs than there are grains of sand. Here’s the latest.
  2. Rod Stewart is selling a home in LA for US$70 million. Interested?
  3. Here’s the story of Prince when he changed his name to that unpronounceable symbol.
  4. Craig Jones was the keyboardist for Slipknot for 27 years. Now he’s not. What happened?
  5. Are you a musician? Submissions are open for the RBC Emerging Artist Program. Details here.
  6. Wouldn’t it be fun to watch Noel Gallagher and Matt Healy run into each other? Here’s why.
  7. Live Nation has a new deal to promote gigs at 25 casinos across Canada.
  8. How can the concert industry be fixed? This Canadian executive has some ideas.
  9. Meanwhile, British organization Fix the Tix has come up with some ideas for the American concert industry.
  10. The inquest into the death of Primal Scream member Martin Duffy is a tough one. Read what his son had to say here.
  11. The new features for Apple Music just keep coming.
  12. Guns N’ Roses has lost a lawsuit against a store that sells, yes, guns and roses.
  13. Need soothing? These 20 songs may do the trick.
  14. This Rammstein fans says she was “groomed.”
  15. Following the Matt Healy/Taylor Swift thing? Fill yer boots.

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 40+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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