Random music news for Monday, November 5, 2018

(Via Tom)
The lawyer for Chris Cornell’s ex-doctor–the guy being sued by Vicky Cornell–has responded to the lawsuit. The true cost of iPhone ownership over a lifetime is HOW MUCH? Tom Morello vs. What’s the future of stadium rock? And as for music news on November 5, 2018…

The Freddie Mercury biopic did very well at the box office over opening weekend. (Via Tom)
Was Drake profiled at a casino? If you have an autographed painting of a rock star, you might want to learn from this episode. (Via Larry)
Yes, there was an incident at Sony Music’s HQ in London. Interested in funding a Nash the Slash documentary? (Via Andrew)
The next time you need to rickroll someone, try this video instead. That’s a good question. He says so. Here’s how the filmmakers recreated Live Aid. Axl Rose to Donald Trump: “STOP IT!”
How realistic is the scenario in the old Rupert Holmes release “The Pina Colada” song? Yep. A data scientist takes a look. It’s still Astley flavoured, but it’s got something extra. Did you see Bohemian Rhapsody over the weekend? Today is the 11th birthday of the Android operating system. Details here. Can you imagine anyone doing anything like this today? Cheech and Chong. This guy says his cheese tastes better because he plays music to it. Any comments on comparing these two videos. Geez, George Harrison and Eric Clapton…
Rock star footstools and sofas? This is a really good read on the “15-year cultural excitement cycle.”
Random music news for Monday, November 5, 2018