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Random music news for Saturday, June 17, 2023

First, let’s have some fun with loud noises in one of the world’s quietest rooms. Once you’re done, proceed orderly to music news for June 17, 2023.

  1. German police have opened a sex offence investigation into Rammstein’s Till Lindeman.
  2. Liam Gallagher claims he’s called “many times” about an Oasis reunion. Really?
  3. What’s the point of a tequila NFT, Sammy Hagar?
  4. New study: 20% of 18-24s get their news from…TikTok.
  5. NIce new place, Chad Smith.
  6. And then there’s this place once owned by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin.
  7. Still with real estate, the fight between Robbie Williams and Jimmy Page just keeps going and going and going…
  8. So much for the big Spotify deal wiht Meghan and Harry.
  9. Rollling Stones Skechers are now a thing.
  10. Why are so many artists selling their catalogues? Twisted Sister’s Dee Snyder says “Do the math.”
  11. Spotify is testing out an AI playlist cover art tool.
  12. Recent rock star deaths have Boomers a little on edge.
  13. There’s now an Iron Maiden version of Monopoly.
  14. How far would you go to find new sounds for your music? This far?
  15. Hey, Disney!”

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