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Random music news for Thursday, January 5, 2023

CES, the biggest electronics and gadget show in the world, is on now in Las Vegas. Want an oven that will video your food as it cooks? Got you covered. And I’ve also got you covered for music news for January 5, 2023.

  1. Steven Tyler’s #MeToo issue (which dates back to the early 70s) is getting worse.
  2. Meanwhile, a sexual assault lawsuit broke against Marilyn Manson has been thrown out by a judge.
  3. An important issue: Tackling the issue of mental health in the music industry.
  4. What is “sonic branding?” And why should we pay attention in 2023? Read this.
  5. These musicians lost millions on NFTs.
  6. If you’re hoping for something from System of a Down anytime soon, you might want to read this first.
  7. I would love to play in this music collection.
  8. Sharon Osbourne still doesn’t know why she passed out for 20 minutes during last month’s medical emergency.
  9. Want to buy Tom Petty’s beach house? It’s for sale.
  10. Iron Maiden will soon by honoured by the Royal Mail with their own line of postage stamps.
  11. Are your kids on social media? Better read this about their brain development.
  12. TikTok’s next target? Television.

More music news? Check here,

BONUS: This is what flying commercial used to be like. No, really.

Alan Cross

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