Updates The Wallflowers

Published on April 9th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 9, 2021



“Always Like New,” Jennifer Nettles – June 25

“Exit Wounds,” The Wallflowers – July 9

“Lu’s Jukebox Vol. 2: Southern Soul: From Memphis To Muscle Shoals,” Lucinda Williams – July 9

Mother’s Day Gift Guide »

Deals in Computers & Accessories »


“The Buffalo Killers,” Big Country – July 2

“What’s Going On (Original Detroit Mix),” Marvin Gaye – July 30


MAYBE WE’RE THE VISITORS,” Page McConnell (ambient electronic solo album from the Phish keyboardist; first single: “Radio Silence”; Keyed)

“Happiness,” Mark Mallman (new single: “For Love I Will Let Love Go”; Mark Mallman)

“Pretty Garbage,” Come Closer (Pirate Press)


Roots and Wings, The Wallflowers
Destroyer, Of Monsters and Men
Popstar, Tom Jones
Kiss Me More, Doja Cat feat. SZA
X Moves, DMX feat. Bootsy Collins, Steve Howe & Ian Paice … released on the day of DMX’s death
Dulcería / Far Too Near, AFI
Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat, Jennifer Nettles
Anywhere Away From Here, Rag’n’Bone Man & P!nk
Otra Noche Sin Ti, J Balvin & Khalid
Almost Home, Gary Louris
100,000,000, BERWYN
Creature of Mine, Billie Marten
Kids, Benny Sings feat. KYLE
Wave of You, Surfaces
fooly cooly, boyband
Shine, the fin.


Tom Lehrer (93)
Kay Adams (80)
Margo Smith (79)
Steve Gadd (76)
Dave Innis [Restless Heart] (62)
Mark Kelly [Marillion] (60)
Kevin Martin [Candlebox] (52)
Gerard Way (44)
Albert Hammond Jr. (41)
Jesse McCartney (34)
Jazmine Sullivan (34)
Lil Nas X (22)
Jackie Evancho (21)


Mae Boren Axton (1914-1997)

Dave Prater [Sam & Dave] (1937-1988)

Brook Benton (1931-1988)

Phil Ochs (1940-1976)


“Nashville Skyline,” Bob Dylan (featuring “Lay Lady Lay,” “Girl from the North Country” and “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You”; producer: Bob Johnson; guests: Johnny Cash, Norman Blake, Charlie Daniels, Pete Drake, Charlie McCoy, Bob Wilson, etc.; Columbia)


DMX (rapper-actor)


> DMX’s Best Musical Moments (Variety)

> Taylor Swift Carefully Reimagines Her Past on ‘Fearless: Taylor’s Version’ (Rolling Stone)

> Roger Waters, Tom Morello, Brian Eno Plan ‘Live for Gaza’ Event (Rolling Stone)

> Brandi Carlile’s Story Is Too Big to Fit in a Song (Vulture)

> The Killers Confirm Album Is ‘Finished’ and ‘Coming This Year’ (NME)

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