THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:
...with THE YARDBIRDS! Live circa 1967, featuring someone the announcer calls "Timmy Page." Your setlist inlcudes "Shapes of Things," "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago," "Over Under Sideways Down," and "I'm a Man."
TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS, Live at Winterland, Dec. 30, 1978.
LAURA MARLING plays a Tiny Desk Concert from Home.
COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS shares "Burlap String" and recommends gardening and poetry.
THE NATIONAL's Matt Berninger covers Mercury Rev from home.
CAR SEAT HEADREST goes "Hollywood."
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN: A Celebration.
PHOEBE BRIDGERS talks about the legacy of Elliot Smith's Figure 8.
RICHARD MARX talks to Stereogum about his vocal use of social media, how he and wife Daisy Fuentes are faring being quarantined together, and how his kids had to tell him who Trapt were.
BRIAN DENNEHY, a versatile stage and screen actor known for action movies, comedies and classics, but especially for his Tony Award-winning performances in “Death of a Salesman” in 1999 and “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” in 2003, died of cardiac arrest in New Haven, Conn. He was 81.
MEGXIT: Harry & Meghan scrapped plans for a celebrity-filled bash to celebrate Archie's first birthday after Los Angeles extended coronavirus lockdown. And they volunteered to deliver meals to the needy.
PRINCESS BEATRICE and her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have formally canceled their royal wedding.
HOWARD FINKEL, WWE Hall of Fame ring announcer, has passed away at age 69.
ROGUE ONE: The Disney+ spinoff likely adds Stellan Skarsgard and Kyle Soller.
SAVED BY THE BELL: The reboot-sequel has a trailer online.
PERRY MASON has a teaser trailer online.
AMY SCHUMER realized she had to change her son's name.
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: The funniest show on TV?
WHO FLEW with the crabs?
THIS GUY brought an injured baby deer into his house and became her dad.
AN OSPREY was close to drowning so a surfer used his board to scoop him out.
WHISKEY & LULU: Schwarzenegger knows what the fans want.