Published on November 3rd, 2018 | by Alan Cross0
Random music news for Saturday, November 3, 2018
Why is daylight saving time still a thing? Let’s get rid of it. Seriously. Although I do like the extra hour of sleep tonight. Here’s music news for November 2, 2018.
- Armed police stormed the Sony building in London yesterday after two chefs(!!!) went at each other with knives.
- Here are my weekly music picks for GlobalNews.ca.
- Want to buy Aretha Franklin’s home in Detroit? It’s for sale–and the price seems reasonable.
- Why would Apple ever want to buy a piece of iHeartMedia? Let’s look at that.
- Led Zeppelin is appealing the retrial of the “Stairway to Heaven” vs. Spirit lawsuit.
- Cell phones and cancer? Maybe not.
- Some of Tupac’s belongings have been donated to a university.
- A streaming music service devoted to classical music? Yep.
- And the leading headphone brand in the world is…really?
- There’s a problem with the pier in Kingston, Ontario, named after Gord Downie.
- A Canadian Afghan vet has released a song about the horrors of PTSD. (Via Tom)
- Why are people determined to bring back quadrophonic sound? Let’s examine this.
- If you’re a fan of Glenn Gould (as I am), this is pretty interesting news.
- Ozzy and Sharon are sure an interesting couple. Here’s another example of what I mean by that.