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Published on April 15th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


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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“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


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

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


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)


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)


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


“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)


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


Tim Feerick (Dance Gavin Dance bassist)

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

Charnett Moffett (jazz bass legend)


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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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