Updates Pom Pom Squad

Published on April 20th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: April 20, 2021

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“Town’s Dead,” Kojaque – June 25

“Banned,” Lightman Jarvis Ecstatic Band – June 25

“Death of a Cheerleader,” Pom Pom Squad – June 25

“Traveler’s Blues,” Blues Traveler – July 30

“Fever Dreams,” Villagers – Aug. 20

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REISSUES

“Since I Left You (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” The Avalanches – June 4

VINYL

“Live in Chicago,” Rare Earth – July 2

MUSIC BOOKS

“The Label Machine: How to start, run and grow your own independent music label,” Nick Sadler – July 2

 JUST RELEASED 

“From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites,” Snoop Dogg (Read here; Doggystyle)

“Looking for a Light,” Tombstones in Their Eyes (producer: Paul Roessler; new single: “Quarantine Blues”; See here; Kitten Robot / Somewherecold)

“Rain Rabbit,” Rain Rabbit (first single: “Long Way Home”; Hear here; Rain Rabbit)

 NEW SONGS 

Alive and Dying (Waving, Smiling), Angel Olsen
Black Gold / Between Memories, Flying Lotus … from the Netflix show “Yasuke”
Smile, Wolf Alice
Boogie Grass Band, Leftover Salmon
The Beat Goes On/Off, Telex
Mother Mary / Triple OG, B-Real … producer: Scott Storch
Satin Bedsheets, Cake Pop
Stuck, Smoothboi Ezra
DRILLERS, oogie
Slide With Me, B.ROB
Hangover, Kenzi Lewis
Safe Here, Frank Mighty’s Hotline
Cheap Red Wine, Muca & La Marquise
Eventually, The Effens
Truth About a Lie, Jamie Trent
Numb, Devlin Tellis
Cruel, Atomic Bronco

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Johnny Tillotson (83)
Sir John Eliot Gardiner (78)
Doyle Lawson (76)
Ken Scott [record producer-engineer] (74)
Craig Frost (73)
Mike Portnoy (54)
Wade Hayes (52)
Carmen Electra (49)
Stephen Marley (49)
Clay Cook [Zac Brown Band] (43)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Avicii (1989-2018)

Bert Weedon (1920-2012)

Andrew Hill (1931-2007)

Alan Dale (1925-2002)

Steve Marriott (1947-1991)

 RELEASED ON APRIL 20 IN … 1974 

“Bridge of Sighs,” Robin Trower (featuring “Bridge of Sighs,” “Too Rolling Stoned,” “Day of the Eagle” and “Little Bit of Sympathy”; producer: Matthew Fisher; sound engineer: Geoff Emerick; Chrysalis)

 R.I.P. 

Jim Steinman (Meat Loaf songwriter, writer-producer of “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” and solo artist)

Eric Roberts (Welsh baritone)

Paul Oscher (Austin blues musician played in Muddy Waters’ band)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> ‘V’ Funk: Kelly Clarkson, Guest Mentor Snoop Dogg Get Emotional on ‘The Voice’ (Yahoo! Entertainment)

> Coronavirus-Denier Ted Nugent Tests Positive For COVID-19: ‘I Thought I Was Dying’ (Huffington Post)

> Can Cher Save the World’s Loneliest Elephant? (The Guardian)

> Primary Wave Buys Madonna Co-Writer Patrick Leonard’s Catalog (Billboard)

> South by Southwest Stake Is Sold to Owner of Rolling Stone in Effort to Keep Festival Alive (The Wall Street Journal)

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