Random music news for Saturday, June 9, 2018

Random music news for Saturday, June 9, 2018
Here’s pictorial proof. Supermanager Scooter Braun delivered this fascinating keynote at the MIDEM music conference. Why do record collectors collect records? Let’s explore that. The next iPhone is going to be bigger–and expensive. If you’re driving, don’t play the bongo drums, okay? Musicians still believe these four myths about the music industry. On this day in 1973, Secretariat, the greatest horse ever, won the Triple Crown. It’s worth reading. There was a Facebook bug that may have exposed some of your private messages. This could have implications far beyond that. RIP Deicide’s Ralph Santolla. A band called Velociraptor has put out a song called “Bono and the Edge.” (VIa Larry)
Whoa. Dre faces a $100 million lawsuit over Beats headphones. YouTube has been found liable of copyright infringement by an Austrian court. Bagpiper arrested. What will make up the next generations of classic hits for radio? Here’s a look at embarrassing dad dancing by rock stars. And for all those people who bought the $17,000 version of Apple Watch when it first came out, congratulations. A lost John Coltrane album has been found? Kinda fun: Some weird facts about ABBA. This could be the world’s smallest nightclub. Dr. You might want to read this. Let’s explore that, too. It will be obsolete with the next update. This home formerly owned by Madonna just sold for $35 million USD. Justice! Somewhere, Bob Larson is smiling. Wow. Yes, concerts and festivals were very intense in the 1990s. Moving on to music news for June 9, 2018…

Here are my weekly music picks for GlobalNews.ca.