Random music news for Saturday, April 14, 2018

Or else. Rod Stewart paid tribute to the Humboldt Broncos at a show in Calgary this week. Good story: Five musical geniuses who overcame physical disabilities. Your data is being sold, too. Huey Lewis and the News has canceled all 2018 gigs because Huey can’t hear. A Mariah Carey memoir? You know Katy Perry’s plan to purchase that convent? They had 12 employees arrested. That could be weird. This reminds me: It’s time to watch Scarface again. Apple hates leakers. Advertisers are going after podcasts. Maybe Apple’s HomePod speaker isn’t selling so well. The doc-style TV drama, Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… is set to tackle the death of Chris Cornell. Go home, polar vortex. That’s all I’ve got–other than these music news items for April 14, 2018. (Via Tom) Art Bell, the former host of the late-night radio show Coast to Coast, has died at 72. Here’s how the money is being spent. Here are my weekly music picks for Global News. You’re drunk. Nuns are appealing all the way up to the pope to make her stop. He’s a hockey dad, too. An interesting auction: the doors to the rooms used by Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and Leonard Cohen at the Chelsea Hotel in New York have been sold for big money. If you’re going to go on an international tour, make sure you have all the proper permits. Fruit Punch Music is a streaming music service just for kids. Did you ever have a MySpace account? If you listen to music on SoundCloud, you might like this new mini-player that allows you listen while you browse. This is interesting.
Random music news for Saturday, April 14, 2018