How much oxygen do we have left? Oh. Think about that when you browse through music news for March 3, 2021.
- RIP Bunny Wailer, an original member of Bob Marley’s Wailers.
- T.I. and his wife Tiny deny any allegations of rape, kidnapping, and drugging.
- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions will happen in Cleveland on October 30.
- Time for Eurovision–and time for things to get weird.
- Kings of Leon say that they’re not punching each other out anymore. That’s…good, right?
- And Mick Fleetwood says that he’s reconciled with estranged bandmember Lindsey Buckingham. Could this mean a Fleetwood Mac reunion?
- A Jeff Buckley biopic is in the works…
- …and another Bee Gees documentary? Possibly.
- Now THIS is a cool TV! Too bad it’s US$400,000.
- This is another story about how music can be used as therapy.
- Here’s a prediction: By 2030–just nine years from now–Spotify will be worth US$300 billion.
- Taylor Swift is mad at Netflix for a joke about her dating history on the new show Ginny and Georgia. Does that mean she’s going to write a song about Netflix?
- Fun timesuck: How to play with that rumbling in your head.
- Who knew that Phil Collins liked to remember The Alamo?
- All of Dave Lombardo’s Slayer-era drumkits have been stolen. It took two years, but still…
- There’s an Iced Earth parody band that makes fun of guitarist Jon Schaffer’s arrest after storming the US Capitol on January 6.
- Here’s the inspiring story of Joe Oombash, a blind, mentally disabled person sent away at age 13 but found music along the way back home. (Via Michael)
BONUS: Classical Bugs Bunny. (Via Tom)
BONUS BONUS: William Shatner is back in a new movie.