Random music news for Friday, September 28, 2018

But Eddie also told Cooper not to do the film. Here’s an explanation. It’s predicted that streaming will have 20% yearly growth through 2026. If the Foo Fighters can have a pop-up pub, then why can’t this band have a pop-up kebab shop? On the topic of Macca, he has a new picture book called Hey Grandude. It’s a good thing that Apple bought Shazam because the company was losing millions. It’s definitely worth the read because it’s different from most. On that same topic, how, exactly, does Shazam work in the first place? A Taylor Swift-themed instant camera? Are you sure that’s the real person? Speaking of the Foo Fighters, Dave says he’s “rarely sober” before the band hits the stage. Kids have already found ways to hack iOS12’s new screen time feature. Off to Winnipeg to see Paul McCartney tonight. If you’re a musician, you might want to read this article on how to maintain an online persona. Here’s an interesting musician #MeToo case. Bradley Cooper says his inspiration for his character in the remake of A Star is Born was Eddie Vedder. Here’s a great New York Times profile of Joan Jett. Meanwhile, we have this for music news for September 28, 2018. Is it possible that SiriusXM will make a play for Live Nation? Er, are you sure you want to do that, Babs? Yep. And here’s another #MeToo situation that might raise an eyebrow or two. That’s the speculation. I swear that when he does “Hey Jude” live, he casts healing properties over the crowd. It’s that good. You know that celebrity social media account you follow?
Random music news for Friday, September 28, 2018