Published on May 10th, 2017 | by Alan Cross0
Random Music News for Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Happy birthday, Dad! Oh, and Bono, too. Here’s some music news for May 10.
- The Stone Temple Pilots have apparently picked their new singer. We just don’t know who it is yet.
- The Grammy Awards are definitely heading back to New York.
- An interesting scientific note about a Stradivarius violin.
- In case you’re wondering, the combined age of the Rolling Stones is now 293, but they keep on rollin’ with yet another tour.
- A “digital Geneva Convention?” Not a bad ide.
- Gordon Lightfoot’s biography will be published in September.
- It’s been 20 years since the long, dark night of nü-metal.
- This guy thought he had set a record for the longest-held note on a wind instrument at 46 minutes and 38 seconds, but…
- Green Day’s Mike Dirnt is selling two West Coast homes. Wanna look?
- The new president-elect of France is also a pianist.
- Kanye has gone to the mountaintop? Apparently.
- The Chinese government says that the national anthem should be sung at this speed and this speed only.
- That solo album had better be really good, Liam Gallagher…
- Is Apple planning to include AirPods with the new iPhone 8?
- This Pink Floyd exhibit in London looks really, really cool. (Via Tom)
- Another company jumps into the concert ticket refund business.