Random music news for Monday, May 7, 2018
They’ll need a lot of fanfare trumpets. Johnny Cash’s boyhood home is now a national historic site. For no reason, here’s a story involving DJ Khaled, Smash Mouth and attitudes towards oral sex. Scientists capture crocodile. U2: “People don’t hate us enough.”
How will Gibson’s bankruptcy affect the price of used guitars? The Arctic Monkeys played a gig at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in LA this past weekend. Scientists play classical music. Groupie memories: Man, those were wild times. It later changed its name to Sony. Think the Sting/Shaggy collaboration was weird? There are some Academy Awards changes to the score and music categories. There’s a 90s-style alt-rock revival in Australia. Stressed out by Monday? 2018, we have this:
Here are the winners from last night’s East Coast Music Awards. The Royal Wedding is this weekend. Here are some groups to watch. Here’s what happened. Liam Gallagher + Lily Allen + Airplane Bathroom = Mile High Club? Those attitudes are so sexist that even Dictionary.com felt compelled to add to the definition of the term “double standard.”
Here’s a look back at some of New York’s legendary iconic venues and locations. Take a listen to this. On this day in 1946, a company called Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering was founded. And for music news on May 7. Here are a few more. Croc goes into MRI machine. Let’s take a look.