THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:
...with THIN LIZZY! Remember that chick who used to dance a lot? Here's Phil Lynott & Co. live at the Sydney Opera House in 1978, playing "Jailbreak," "Bad Reputation," "Cowboy Song," "The Boys Are Back In Town," "Waiting For An Alibi," and "Are You Ready?"
LUCY DACUS plays a Tiny Desk Concert from her high school desk.
GANG OF YOUTHS stream a surprise EP, total serene.
SOCCER MOMMY shares "rom com 2004."
ELVIS COSTELLO is releasing a Spanish version of This Year's Model, starting with "Pump It Up."
FAYE WEBTER is profiled by SPIN.
JOHN LYDON (a/k/a Johnny Rotten) has been sued his former Sex Pistols bandmates Steve Jones and Paul Cook after Lydon refused to license the band's music for Danny Boyle's forthcoming six-episode FX series Pistol. Do they feel... cheated?
BYRON BERLINE, the acclaimed bluegrass fiddle player who expanded the vocabulary of his instrument while also establishing it as an integral voice in country-rock on recordings by Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and others, died on Saturday in Oklahoma City. He was 77.
BRITNEY SPEARS' new lawyer is profiled by The Guardian.
JASON SUDEIKIS is Actually Kind Of Like Ted Lasso In Real Life.
NICOLAS CAGE, on abandoning Hollywood.
SPIKE LEE is helping to advertise cryptocurrency.
LEGALLY BLONDE Turns 20.
WHAT DO ARTISTS owe those whose lives they're "borrowing" from?
WHAT ARE YOU WORTH to streaming services?
THE SHADOW: A Noble Monster who inspired today's world of comic-book superheroes who are darker and scarier than the bad guys they fight.
A MONKEY swipes wine from a liquor store, gets drunk.
OWLS get a little too comfortable while getting a photoshoot.
AN OCTOPUS, jogging.