Tired of music memorabilia? How about space memorabilia? Let’s get down to business with music news for October 21, 2021.
- Is Facebook planning to rebrand the company with a new name? It sure looks like it.
- How artificial intelligence is changing the music industry.
- Meanwhile, let’s look at where live streaming of concerts may go.
- Music bonds are back in a big way. How will this affect the music industry?
- If you’re a fan of Silverchair, you’ll need to listen to this new podcast on frontman Daniel Johns.
- And Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson has launched his own podcast. It’s called “Psycho Schizo Espresso.“
- A man fell to his death during a Phish show in San Francisco.
- This new Fender Telecaster was inspired by a 300-year-old Stadivarius violin. It’s beautiful–and VERY expensive.
- The fight between Eddy Grant and Donald Trump over Eddy’s song “Electric Avenue” continues.
- Here’s a reason for the Oasis breakup that I haven’t heard before.
- Wembley Stadium now guarantees that British Sign Language interpretations for every future concert.
- Google has taken a shot against Apple Music with this new offering.
- Got an old YouTube video? Someone might want to buy it.
- Yung Thug is suing the owners of his apartment building for an interesting reason.
- Neither, thank you.
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BONUS: The Balloon World Cup. Weird.