Published on March 7th, 2019 | by Alan Cross0
Random music news for Thursday, March 7, 2019
Go home, winter. You’re drunk. Time for a look at music news for March 7, 2019.
- The Prodigy’s Keith Flint was seen dining out with his personal trainer just hours before he died. What happened in the hours that followed?
- Johnny Lydon is expressing much sympathy towards Keith.
- Uh, Motley Crue? About that rape story in The Dirt…
- Paris Jackson–Michael’s daughter–doesn’t believe anything about the documentary Leaving Neverland.
- The ratings for that doc were very good for HBO, too.
- Meanwhile, there are Michael Jackson fans protesting in the UK…
- …just as the I-won’t-play-Michael-Jackson-again movement heats up.
- R. Kelly was
arresed fornon-payment of child support.
- Ottawa’s RBC Bluesfest has announced its 2019 lineup.
- It appears that Tool is in the midst of mastering its new album.
- Nice to have you back, Sting.
- Pete Townshend has a novel coming out called The Age of Anxiety.
- Eyes are on Canada’s Doug Putnam and his attempts to turn around bankrupt HMV UK.
- John Lennon’s lost UFO sketch.
- Here are ten record shops you can only visit by appointment.
- Want to test out your audio system? Here’s a selection of albums you might want to use.
- Could podcasting soon be bigger than radio? That’s what this radio guy says.
- And how long will Apple dominate the podcast market?
- Jumping Flap Jack. (Blame Tom for this one)
- This music-based app will teach you how to breathe.