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X Returns, plus Things that start with "Th"   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 23, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

JOHNNY NASH: "I Can See Clearly Now." Because I'm hoping for a bright, sunshiney day.

X got the band back together and are streaming Alphabetland.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features new tracks from Bright Eyes, Jonsi and more.

ST. VINCENT, BECK, MAVIS STAPLES, THE REVOLUTION and more played the Grammys' Prince Tribute, icymi.

FRAMPTON LIVE at the BBC, before coming alive.

 

MARIANNE FAITHFULL has left the hospital after over three weeks after developing coronavirus symptoms.

THE GO-GOS' Kathy Valentine discussed her memoir All I Ever Wanted with SPIN.

THE TOP 40 YO LA TENGO SONGS, according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the great Dolly Parton's bright, daffy class-resentment movie theme "9 To 5."

 

STAR WARS:  A new series is in the works at Disney+,  from Leslye Headland, the co-creator, showrunner, and executive producer of Russian Doll.

R. KELLY's second bid to be freed from prison over coronavirus fears is rejected.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR celebrates a year of sobriety.

VAL KILMER got into Top Gun: Maverick by begging.

WESTWORLD is far from ending.

SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH will be teaching online Geography lessons via the BBC, for children being homeschooled during the coronavirus pandemic.

SUNSET BOULEVARD at 70: Nancy Olson on Wilder, Holden and Why She Walked Away From Stardom.

PAUL SCHRADER Does Not Have Much Hope for the Future of Movies.

 

BATTLE WITHOUT DUTY OR HONOR: Kittens.

BUNNY & BEAGLE, living together...

A WOMAN rescues a dog from an icy lake.

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Wednesday Things, I Guess.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

DALE EARNHARDT, JR., JR. still charm me with the McCartney-esque "Simple Girl." And yeah, they changed their name.

MILK CARTON KIDS & BRENDAN BENSON, on the Paste Happiest Hour.

PRINCE, Live at the Capitol Theater, January 30, 1982. Hard to believe he's been gone four years.

SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE drops a Prince-influenced EP.

 

BRIGHT EYES: Conor Oberst joined Stereogum to shuffle through memories from a quarter-century of indie-rock stardom.

DEAD CAN DANCE: Brandon Perry explains the method behind his madness at Paste.

FIONA APPLE, ranked by Billboard.

THE ROLLING STONES' logo turns 50. They paid £50 at the time.

 

THE MANADLORIAN is already renewed for Season 3.

JODIE TURNER-SMITH & JOSHUA JACKSON's daughter has arrived.

CHRIS PINE is in negotiations to star in a reboot of “The Saint.”

VENOM: The sequel gets a title and a delayed premiere.

THE HUNGER GAMES is getting a prequel.

LOVE LIFE: Anna Hendrick's HBOMax series has a trailer online.

JERRY SEINFELD polished a joke for David Byrne.

 

CAT & DOG, living together...

A HUNGRY KOALA gets help.

A SAD SHELTER CAT becomes a purring kitten.

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Tuesday Things. And Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

YO LA TENGO are captured playing the bouncy "Mr. Tough" and "I Feel Like Going Home" at The Current.  And that. my friends, is Twofer Tuesday.

MARGARET GLASPY, Live at Rockwood Music Hall.

ED O'BRIEN (Radiohead) visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.

MAGGIE KOERNER visits World Cafe in Lousiana.

THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS share "No One."

 

BILLY JOE ARMSTRONG covers Adam Schlesinger's "That Thing You Do."

THE WONDERS talks about "That Thing You Do."

SHARON VAN ETTEN is joining FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE for a reunion and New Jersey benefit show to honor the late Adam Schlesinger.  Tomorrow at 7ET.

FIONA APPLE does a lengthy inteview at Vulture, as well as a track-by-track tour of Fetch the Bolt Cutters.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Kool & The Gang's eternally ebullient wedding-band staple "Celebration."

 

MEGXIT: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have told the editors of British tabloid newspapers they will no longer cooperate.

A-ROD & J-LO want to buy the New York Mets.

THE LAST DANCE: Episodes 1 and 2 were the most-viewed ESPN documentary ever.

IDRIS ELBA says the world should quarantine for a week every year to remember this time. 

RICHARD BRANSON has offered to put up his private Caribbean island as collateral as he publicly pleads with the British government for taxpayer support of his Virgin Airlines.

THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL has confirmed it will go ahead as planned this year, holding its 77th edition Sept. 2-12.

TOM LESTER, the gawky Mississippi native who starred as the friendly Hooterville farmhand Eb Dawson on the madcap CBS sitcom Green Acres, has died. He was 81.

 

THE BIRDS, because of course.

WALKING with Mr. Hoot.

THREE MISSING DOGS showed up in the middle of a flooded creek.

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Not My Best Weekend, But Tough to Complain, Really.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, April 20, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

MARTI JONES & TIM LEE (The Windbreakers) cover The dB's classic, "Neverland." With Beatle Bob cameo.

THE ROLLING STONES, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Eddie Vedder and more played a benefit concert on Saturday.

NEW RELEASES: Pitchfork will point you to Fiona Apple and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT looks back 20 years with this selective list of favorite Y2K albums.

BOB DYLAN shares "I Contain Multitudes."

 

MATTHEW SELIGMAN, the bassist who played with the Soft Boys, the Thompson Twins, Thomas Dolby, and more, has died of complications from COVID-19.

WRECKLESS ERIC has tested positive.

THE BEST COUNTRY(ISH) ALBUMS of 2020 (So Far), according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Blondie's shimmering reggae cover "The Tide Is High."

 

SOME GOOD NEWS:  John Krasinski hosted a virtual prom for the Class of 2020, with guest stars.

THE LAST DANCE: How Michael Jordan was convinced to release the footage from 1997-98.

LORI LAUGHLIN's claims of prosecutorial misconduct are getting serious consideration.

ALICIA SILVERSTONE looks back at Clueless, 25 years later.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE? The "most-watched" streaming metrics are meaningless, but hey, if you're interested...

JAMES GUNN's streaming recommendations.

 

CAT vs DOG, on the Wall Street Journal op-ed page.

NEVER LEAVE YOUR PHONE near a fox.

PENGUINS are taking back Cape Town.

WILD BOARS are roaming Haifa.

WHEN THE BELLY RUBS are too good.

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Yardbirds, Brian Dennehy RIP, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 17, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

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.

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