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Published on April 15th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: April 15, 2022

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

About Damn Time, Lizzo |
Don’t Think Jesus, Morgan Wallen |
Sidelines, Phoebe Bridgers |
GINÉ, 6ix9ine |
Shake It, Kay Flock & Cardi B & Dougie B & Bory300 |
Darl+ing, SEVENTEEN |
Angel, G-Eazy |
Serial Killers, Gucci Mane |
Don’t Let Me Down, Hanson feat. Zach Myers |
Perfectly Lonely (Amazon Original), Parker McCollum
Flowers, Lauren Spencer-Smith |
Love Like That, Phillip Phillips
Good Person, Ingrid Andress |
What If You, Brooke Annibale |
Lavender City, Jenny Berkel |
Ave Maria, The Great Kat
El Vuelo, Yarge
I Know, Good Fortune |
C’mon Loretta, Trixie Mattel |

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“booty call,” bülow (five-song EP; Hear here; Republic / Universal Music Canada)

“The Outsider,” Lyn Labid (eight-song EP; new single: “Pager”; Hear here; Republic)

“Into the Blue,” The String Cheese Incident (four-song EP, including a cover of Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill,” featuring members of The Infamous Stringdusters; Hear here; SCI Fidelity)

“why can’t we just pretend?,” Marian Hill (guests: Yung Baby Tate, Steve Davit, Tennyson, GASHI, Kemba; Hear here; Photo Finish)

“Set of Constraints,” Animalweapon (new single: “Deserve”; Hear here; Polychromatic)

“World So Strange,” Grubby Little Hands (new single: “Medicine Drawer”; Hear here; Side Hustle)

“Sut La Pial,” Pascal Gamboni (Hear here; Waterfall of Colours)

“My Satellite,” Red Hot Shame (Hear here; Shameful)

“Stoned,” Blackberry Smoke (3 Legged)

“Passages,” Francis Alban Blake (new single: “Blisters”; Hear here; King Forward)

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 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“Love Letters,” Bryan Ferry – May 6

“Chicamacomico,” American Aquarium – June 10

“The Phoenix,” Grey Daze – June 17

“Calling You From My Mountain,” Peter Rowan – June 24

“Special,” Lizzo – July 15

REISSUES

“Nancy & Lee,” Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood – May 20

“Licked Live In NYC,” The Rolling Stones – June 10

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Marty Wilde (83)
Dave Edmunds (79)
Phil Mogg [UFO] (74)
Linda Perry (57)
Samantha Fox (56)
Ed O’Brien (54)
Chris Stapleton (44)
Patrick Carney (42)
Zach Carothers [Portugal. The Man] (41)
Margo Price (39)
De’Mar Hamilton [Plain White T’s] (38)

Getting caught up:

April 14 Birthdays: Loretta Lynn (90), Ritchie Blackmore (77), John Bell [Widespread Panic] (60), Barrett Martin [Screaming Trees] (55), David Miller [Il Divo] (49), Da Brat (48), JD McPherson (45), Win Butler (42)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

April 15:

Joey Ramone (1951-2001)

April 14:

Percy Sledge (1940-2015)

George Jackson (1945-2013)

Peter Steele (1962-2010)

Don Ho (1930-2007)

Anthony Newley (1931-1999)

Burl Ives (1909-1995)

Thurston Harris (1931-1990)

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“We can change the world
Rearrange the world
It’s dying
To get better”

 RELEASED ON APRIL 15 … IN 1966 

“Aftermath,” The Rolling Stones (the band’s fourth British and sixth U.S. studio album, featuring “Paint It Black,” “Under My Thumb,” “Out of Time,” “Mother’s Little Helper” and “Lady Jane”; producer:Andrew Loog Oldham; Decca)

 RELEASED ON APRIL 14 … IN 1980 

“British Steel,” Judas Priest (their million-selling sixth album, featuring “Breaking the Law,” “Living After Midnight” and “United”; producer: Tom Allom; Columbia)

 R.I.P. 

Tim Feerick (Dance Gavin Dance bassist)

Charles McCormick (founding member of Bloodstone wrote and sang “Natural High”)

Charnett Moffett (jazz bass legend)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> How to Watch Coachella Live Online | Variety

> Wet Leg React to Bagging First UK Number One Album: ‘We Are Lost for Words’ | NME




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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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