Check this out. Talk about a quarantine project.
Shouldn’t this f*cker be busy making a vaccine? pic.twitter.com/onjzVt9ubq— Randy Rainbow (@RandyRainbow) May 27, 2020
And how about a wearable hand sanitizer? Order after you have a look at music news for May 27, 2020.
- Coronavirus update 1: Will drive-in concerts last? In the case of Canadian country star Brett Kissel, he sold out six drive-in shows in Alberta. And Vancouver has some big plans.
- Coronavirus update 2: How geography has affected COVID-19’s effect on the music industry.
- Coronavirus update 3: How do we get people to go back to gigs? That’s a big subject of discussion.
- Coronavirus update 4: I was on the Beneath the Rhythm podcast discussing what’s going on with the music industry during the pandemic.
- Coronavirus update 5: And I did this interview about the state of the music industry.
- Will there be a song of the summer for 2020? Maybe.
- Beware online livestream scams involving artists.
- Spotify has lifted its 10,000 limit on the number of songs you can have on your devices.
- Ice Cube has something to say about the police violence we saw in Minneapolis.
- The class action against StubHub over concert ticket refunds has moved into Canada.
- Apple Glass is most likely a thing and may be coming soon.
- Are you on Quibi yet? There’s a new comedy series about songwriters.
- “Ethical music streaming under capitalism.” Discuss.
- Eminem published a phone number on Instagram. Go ahead. Call it. See what happens.
- Facebook is beta-testing a new music-making app called Collab.
- This social media company is making more than YouTube.