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Random music news for Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Suck at pumpkin carving? Maybe you should take a look at this. Once you’re done, move over to music news for October 11, 2022.

  1. A man suffered “life-changing injuries” at a Liam Gallagher concert last week.
  2. It looks like the proposed Pink Floyd catalogue sale could be in trouble.
  3. This is a great look at Abbey Road, the most famous recording studio in the world.
  4. Bono was in NYC talking about his new memoir and his 40-year marriage. A report can be found here.
  5. Yes, Joni Mitchell is still alive.
  6. Yes, Coolio is still dead. His ashes will be made into jewelry.
  7. Kanye vs the Jews. What could possibly go wrong? Oh. And is he having a psychiatric episode? Some friends think so.
  8. Still with Ye: Nice start for his 2024 presidential campaign–which now has merch.
  9. More problems for R Kelly–but this time, it’s not about sexual assault.
  10. More proof that Dolly Parton rocks.
  11. What’s happening with U2 in the near- to medium future? Let’s speculate wildly. (Via Raven)
  12. Eurovision 2023 will be held in…Liverpool! (It was supposed to be somewhere in Ukraine, but…)
  13. As a car guy, I find this fascination: “The Battle for Control of the Dashboard.”
  14. Need help making a cup of tea? Let’s bring in The Kinks!
  15. Here’s a history of VR (so far).
  16. Madonna? What?

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BONUS: Well, that didn’t take long.

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