September 9, 2023
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Random music news for Saturday, October 29, 2022

That’s a lot of aliens. You’d think that one of them would drop in to say “hi.” Maybe they could use some music news for October 29, 2022.

  1. Interested in some isolated Eddie Vedder vocals? Here you go. (Via Moe)
  2. Here’s a list of radio announcers who died while still on the air.
  3. This is how dire it is for some acts in the UK with that country’s economic issues.
  4. Universal generated almost US$1 billion from subscription streaming in just the third quarter. I wonder what percentage of that gets passed to the artists?
  5. Need a boost to your mental health? Listen to some birdsong.
  6. Katy explains her eye glitch.
  7. Adele wants to go back to school to get a degree in English literature.
  8. A tip: Don’t name your business anything that will annoy Coachella. See?
  9. AM radio continues to have a problem with electric vehicles.
  10. I agree with Chaka Khan on this. You?
  11. Dolly Parton says she’s retiring from touring.
  12. Meanwhile, many other artists just can’t afford to tour anymore.
  13. An interesting question: Why is today’s music so bass-heavy?
  14. Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi: A good friend to the animals.
  15. There’s a new documentary on Tom Wilson (Junkhouse, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, etc.)
  16. The Who’s Roger Daltrey wants Oasis to get back together.
  17. Here’s a fun list of the most elusive figures in music history.

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Alan Cross

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