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Things for Wednesday. Jon Pratt, The Zombies and other Wednesday things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, May 03, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



JON PRATT: Somehow, I think I missed his video for "My long view comes up a little short," based on a poem by his daughter Aurora. Vintage guitar included.

HURRAY FOR THE RIFF RAFF stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

CAYETANA advance streams New Kind of Normal.

MOUNTAIN MOVERS stream a self-titled LP.

GLEN CAMPBELL shares "Adios," the title track from his final LP.

THE DRUMS share "Heart Basel."

QUINDAR shares "Twin Pole Sunshade For Rusty Schweikart.”


THE ZOMBIES played "Time Of The Season and "A Rose For Emily" for Conan.

SLOWDIVE: Noisey asked vocalist and guitarist Rachel Goswell where the self-titled project came from after 22 years.

WAXAHATCHEE: Katie Crutchfield talks to The Creative Independent about writing the new record and more.

THE BEST ALBUMS of 2017 (So Far), according to Paste.

COLONEL BRUCE HAMPTON, guitarist and respected elder statesman of the jam-band community, died Monday night after collapsing on stage during the encore of his own birthday celebration. He was 70 years old.


JOHNNY DEPP allegedly paid someone to remember his film lines for him.

JUSTIN BIEBER is dating singer and actress Hailee Steinfeld.

JIMMY KIMMEL emotionally revealed that his son with wife Molly McNearney had to have open heart surgery at only three days old. 

THE DARK TOWER teasers turned up in a Twitter exchange between Idris ELba and Michael McConnaughey.

THE FYRE FESTIVAL's marketing pitch, which relied on "the Fyre Tribe" of influencers, bordered on self-parody.

KIRK DOUGLAS has been candid about his extramarital affairs in the past, and his wife of more than 60 years says she accepted his infidelity — and willfully turned a blind eye to his lovers.

AMERICAN IDOL could be headed to ABC.

DEADWOOD has a finished film script.


A VETERINARIAN sings to a nervous pup before her surgery.

A MONKEY ON THE LAM resurfaces in Florida.

A FLYING FISH cheapshots a waterskier.

FEMALE DRAGONFLIES fake death to avoid males.  Who among us?

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