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It's Joe Jackson. And Friday, again.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 15, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with JOE JACKSON! Live in Tokyo on1986, for the Big World tour. Your set list: One More Time, Wild West, Right & Wrong, You Can't Get What You Want (Til You Know What You Want), (It's a) Big World, Hometown, On Your Radio, Shanghai Sky, Fifty Dollar Love Affair, Cancer/Be My Number Two/Breaking Us in Two, Steppin' Out, Survival, Soul Kiss, It's Different for Girls, The Jet Set, Monday Papers, Tonight and Forever, Jumpin' Jive Medley: Jack You're Dead/What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)/Jumpin' Jive, I'm the Man, and Man in the Street.

SUFJAN STEVENS & ANGELO DeAUGSTINE visit World Cafe.

LUKAS NELSON also visits World Cafe.

MENGERS play for KEXP.

ADELE shares "Easy on Me."

SNAIL MAIL shares "Ben Franklin."

 

PHOEBE BRIDGERS plays "Moon Song" on Kimmel.

1991: Grunge, but so much more.

GENRE: A conspiracy to sell you music?

THE GRAMMYS: Kacey Musgraves is not country and Bo Burnham is not comedy.

 

MEGXIT: Prince William has suggested entrepreneurs should focus on saving Earth rather than engaging in space tourism.

GEORGE TAKEI remains salty over Shatner.

CHER sues Sonny's widow for royalties.

SPIDER-MAN: Tom Holland talks Doc Ock and... the end of a franchise?

HAWKEYE has another trailer online.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR, at 60.

DANIEL CRAIG prefers to frequent gay bars because he's less likely to get into a brawl. 

 

A LEAP OF FAITH with a Sugar Glider.

2 KIDS, 1 DOGGO with zoomies.

1 CAT, 1 catwalk.

A BOSTON TERRIER, balancing a ball.

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It's been a whirlwind, straight thru Thursday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE OHIO PLAYERS are on "Fire." Over nine minutes, and just gets wackier.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features Mitski, Cate Le Bon, Big Thief, and more.

HALLOWEEN: NPR Live Sessions has an early playlist.

DION shares  “Angel In The Alleyways,” ft. Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen.

SUNFLOWER BEAN shares "Baby Don't Cry."

DEHD perform “Desire” live in Chicago for Pitchfork Music Festival 2021.

 

PAUL McCARTNEY Doesn't Really Want to Stop the Show.

JOHNNY MARR talks about working with Hans Zimmer on 'Inception' and 'No Time To Die,' playing with the Pretenders and Talking Heads around the end of the Smiths, his new EP, and more.

JUDAS PRIEST: Rob Halford has admitted that he’s “still shook up” by the onstage heart emergency his bandmate suffered last month.

THE TEN BEST Paul Simon Songs.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at George Michael's beautifully bleak ballad "Praying For Time."

 

WILLIAM SHATNER: Out of the blue and into the black.

THE BEATLES: GET BACK has a trailer online.

HOWIE MANDEL was briefly hospitalized after passing out at Starbucks.

DAVID FINCHER is partnering with Netflix on “Voir,” a new documentary series of visual essays celebrating cinema.

A BIG STRIKE threatens Hollywood.

 

A COW gets itself a drink.

CAPYBARAS, hitting the ol' swinning hole.

A MAN, and his goat.

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Lots of returns for a Wednesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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DEAN & BRITTA: "Words You Used to Say."

COCHEMEA covers Big Star and Irakere for a Lagniappe Session.

LUCY DACUS covers Regina Spektor's "Summer In The City" and plays "Night Shift" with Bartees Strange in Chicago.

THE FRUIT BATS return with "Rips Me Up."

THE BOO RADLEYS return with "I've Had Enough I'm Out."

BAND OF HORSES returns with "Crutch."

MICHAEL HURLEY returns with "Boulevard."

SONDRE LERCHE shares "Dead Of The Night."

 

TEENAGE FANCLUB talks about the new album and old guitars.

THE BEATLES: Giles Martin talks about remixing Let It Be.

SMOKEY ROBINSON spent 11 days in the hospital and nearly died last year after a terrifying battle with COVID-19 that took his voice away

SMASH MOUTH singer Steve Harwell is retiring for health reasons.

PADDY MOLONEY, leader and co-founder of Irish traditional music greats the Chieftains, has died at 83.

 

SCREAM: The reboot has a trailer online.

HOME SWEET HOME ALONE has a trailer online.

THE SHRINK NEXT DOOR has a trailer online.

MEGXIT: Harry and Meghan are getting into the investment business.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL.3 is following through with Adam Warlock.

ZENDAYA enthuses over Tom Holland.

THE GOLDEN GLOBES will go on, just not on NBC.

MARK HARMON is leaving NCIS after 18 seasons.

 

PUPPER in a scary costume.

A DONKEY adores a human.

A DOGGO, scaling a wall.

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A Post-Columbian Tuesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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RANK AND FILE: The seminal country-punk band formed by brothers Chip and Tony Kinman -- and including Alejandro Escovedo -- checks in with "Amanda Ruth" and their title song for Twofer Tuesday.

BILLY CORGAN plays his pre-Smashing Pumpkins material at his Madame Zuzu’s tea shop in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.

AUTUMN HYMNAL: A Mixtape.

JEFF TWEEDY has shared two new songs through the Sub Pop Singles Club, "C'mon America" and "UR-60 Unsent."

MORRISSEY thanks RICK ASTLEY for the best Smiths gig since 1986?

BARRY MANN & LE TIGRE are suing each other over who put the bomp in the bomp, bomp, bomp.

BRANDI CARLILE talks to Morning Edition about the family band.

DANIEL ROMANO: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Maxi Priest's reggae-pop jam "Close To You."

 

MEGAN FOX & MACHINE GUN KELLY: Hollywood's hottest power couple?

TIMOTHEE CHALAMET is remaining mum on Armie Hammer’s highly publicized rape allegation.

MARVEL's THE ETERNALS dropped two teaser clips.

DAVE CHAPPELLE gets support from Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos.

MORGAN FREEMAN has spoken out against the ongoing call to defund the police.

DISNEY+ will reach more subscribers than Netflix by 2025, according to an analyst’s latest forecast.

SHAKEN AND STIRRED: How Daniel Craig Gave James Bond a Soul. Though I know longtime fans who think this is a problem.

 

A PENGUIN chasing a bird.

A LADYBUG, taking flght.

THERE ARE two types of cat.

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Everett Morton and Dee Pop, RIP. And Monday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 11, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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GLADYS KNIGHT is backed on "Midnight Train to Georgia" by Jack Black, Ben Stiller and Robert Downey Jr., through the magic of CGI, to promote Tropic Thunder back in 2008.

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to James Blake, Lala Lala, Magdelena Bay, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has The Charlatans, The Clean,Glaxo Babies, and more.

LOU BARLOW playlisted the songs which inspired Dinosaur Jr in the 80s.

LINDSAY BUCKINGHAM joined HALSEY live on Saturday Night.

 

PAUL McCARTNEY talks about The Beates' split again.

EVERETT MORTON, co-founding member and drummer of influential UK ska band The (English) Beat, has died at the age of 71.

BUSH TETRAS drummer Dee Pop has passed at age 65.

NICK CAVE writes about writer's block.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Nelson, the band that reinvented glam metal as wimpy teen-friendly soft rock, and at their sole chart-topper "(Cant Live Without Your) Love And Affection."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: No Time To Die tops the chart with 56MM, at the low end of expectations, though Bond remains boffo worldwide, with 313.3MM over two weekends.It's below the last few entries in the franchise, but about where the last couple of Mission Impossible films opened.  Venom 2 places with 32MM on a 64 percent drop, some of which was probably inflicted by 007.  Addams Family 2 shows with 31.1MM, and the overall take of the top 3 here represents a pretty strong return for movie theaters.

CILLIAN MURPHY will play the father of the A-bomb in Christoper Nolan's Oppenheimer, set to premiere on July 21, 2023.

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY calls politics a "bag of rats" while weighing a run for Texas Governor.

CHRISTINA RICCI and hairdresser Mark Hampton tied the knot.

BRENDAN FRASER: Don't call it a comeback?

DAVE CHAPPELLE is thumbing his nose at cancel culture.

GILLIGAN'S ISLAND: Tina Louise discusses her sexest co-star.

 

CATS vs YODA: Who You Got?

KITTENS, sneaking.

RED LIGHT... green light.

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