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Random music news for Thursday, September 28, 2023

The next TV show due for a reboot? The Office, apparently. Meanwhile, all of the music news for September 28, 2023, is completely fresh.

  1. Bruce Springsteen has canceled the rest of his shows for the year due to illness.
  2. Oh, fer crissakes, Roger Waters. Now what?
  3. There was a shooting at a Vince Neil concert in Oklahoma.
  4. Global has canceled ET Canada.
  5. Queen’s Brian May might have something to do with the samples returned from Bennu by the OSIRIS-REx mission. The man does have a Ph.D. in astrophysics after all.
  6. The Tay-Tay/Travis Kelce memes are everywhere.
  7. Here are the terms the Writers Guild of America agreed to regarding AI.
  8. Spotify says it won’t remove all AI-generated music. They did before, but now…
  9. New tech: 5G holograms.
  10. What about Nirvana holograms? Let’s discuss.
  11. Oops. Watch your step.
  12. Aretha Franklin’s Detroit mansion is just sitting there empty.
  13. “How Mick Jagger Has Kept the Rolling Stones in Business for Six Decades.” Read about it here.
  14. Early Brazilian metal musicians did not mess around.
  15. More Britney weirdness.
  16. “Mom! You’re embarrassing me!”
  17. Wait: Cher had a plan to kidnap her son?
  18. Google is shutting down Google Podcasts and replacing it with something else.

More music news? Check here.

BONUS: How about an 8-bit version of Metallica’s …And Justice for All? Still not bass, though. (Via Tom)

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