Random music news for Monday, June 4, 2018

Random music news for Monday, June 4, 2018
A fan collapsed and died at a Ghost show in Milwaukee, causing the whole thing to be cancelled. Scalpers are getting killed. Luke’s Hollywood place is for sale for nearly $13 million US. Are small music festivals bad for fans? It’s even expanded into Canada. Once given up for dead, Live 365 is back. The composer of Star Trek music is working on something to celebrate the 60th anniversary of NASA. Johnny Marr on the possibilities of a Smiths reunion and what Morrissey is doing now. Fear of musicals. A lot of people do. This Syrian refugee taught himself to play the violin with the Internet. Then this happened. About testing for drugs at British music festivals… She landed at John Lennon Airport. Mick Jagger is taking his one-year-old son on tour. Tom Jones–yes, the big-voiced Welsh singer–has a secret son who is homeless in New Jersey. Gawd. It was on this day in 1989 that things all went very, very wrong for the protestors in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Sales for Mariah Carey’s Las Vegas residency are dismal. Do you hear electronic beats in nature? Yoko Ono has gone back to Liverpool. As for music news on June 4, 2018…

Because it’s Monday, you probably need Walter the Singing Bulldog…
…and then there’s this fourth grader’s rendition of “Imagine” that has also gone viral. Roger Daltrey thinks rock achieved perfection in 1971. Dr. No comment from Homer Simpson. Maybe. Listen here. More emojis?