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Random music news for Thursday, June 22, 2023

Hey, whatever happened to water beds? This. And now that you know, here’s music news for June 22, 2023.

  1. Oh FFS
  2. Goodbye Ticketmaster’s “Verified Fan” program, hello “Advance Registration.”
  3. Glastonbury begins. Expect almost all music news from the UK to be focused on that for the next four days.
  4. Mark Hoppus: “Tom was right about aliens.
  5. Look, dude. You be you, but… It’s not a good look.
  6. Remember that guy who threw a phone at pop singer Bebe Rexha and hit her in the head? He says “I just wanted her to catch it and take pictures with it.
  7. Hellfest: Metal and great food at one festival.
  8. A 16-mile conga line? Yep.
  9. AI rappers. Thank Microsoft and China.
  10. Let’s call this festival “New Wave-Palooza.”
  11. Metal monk. As in a monk who records metal albums. Black metal, too!
  12. Adele has interesting ideas about what kind of art should go around a pool.
  13. Second Life is still a thing. Motown is building a venue in that virtual world.
  14. The Flaming Lips are now on TikTok. This should be interesting.
  15. Morrissey has announced his “40 Years of Morrissey Tour.” Date cancellations will begin in 3…2…1…
  16. Nelson Mandela could reunite Pink Floyd. Maybe. Unfortunately, he’s still dead.

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2 thoughts on “Random music news for Thursday, June 22, 2023

  • My uncle still had an original style water bed when he passed away in the spring of 2014. I was pretty amazed that he still slept on one!

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  • Really hard to read the Random music news these days because the ad asking for money overlaps the links. The first four to six links are useless because you get redirected to the donation page. Please fix this. It’s been going on for a few days now.

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