Updates Lake Street Dive

Published on January 17th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 17, 2021



“Songs of Death and Resurrection,” Demon Hunter – March 5

“Obviously,” Lake Street Dive – March 12

“Be Here Instead,” Parker Millsap – April 9

“She Walks in Beauty,” Marianne Faithfull with Warren Ellis – April 30


“Electrically Possessed (Switched Vol. 4),” Stereolab – Feb. 26

“Volume One, Two & Three,” Don Williams – April 2


“The Soul Cages (Expanded Edition) [Download],” Sting (1991 album; with nine bonus tracks; See here; Apple Music; A&M / UMe)

“Pandemonio Book,” Moonshine Booze (See here; Overdub Recordings)


How High, Kip Moore
Twisted Tongues / Escape From Los Angeles, AFI
this is how you fall in love, Jeremy Zucker & Chelsea Cutler
Power, Daniel Lanois
Don’t Play, Anne-Marie x KSI x Digital Farm Animals
Love Is Gonna Come At Last, Badfinger & Rick Springfield
Listen!!!, Aly & AJ
I Will Overcome, Welshly Arms
Tension Rising / It’s Not Too Late, The Struggle
Sayonara, Lili Haydn
Jeannie, The Nomadic
Going to Sin City, Thunder
More Like You, Orla Gartland
Purple Crayon, Matt Cardle (former X-Factor winner and West End star)
Bitter Memory, Rob Kovacs
Lukewarm, Kiana Corley
Second Chance, Lovesick Duo
Who’s the One, Hot Breath
Blow It Up, The Damn Straights
Ur Ex From College, carobae
Might Be, LittGloss x BATHSHEBA
GROUND, Ray Swamp
Fuck Love, Kids in Fashion
She’s Not Me, Kristen Kae
Take Me Home, Savvie & David Sinclair-Black
Lukewarm, Kiana Corley
Winter Journal, His His
Catharine Street, Sean Della Croce
Believe It’s Your Time, Nick Brodeur


Chris Montez (79)
William Hart [of The Delfonics] (76)
Mick Taylor (73)
Sheila Hutchinson [of The Emotions] (68)
Steve Earle (66)
Paul Young (65)
Susanna Hoffs (62)
Shabba Ranks (55)
Jon Wysocki [of Staind] (53)
Tiësto (52)
Kid Rock (50)
Zooey Deschanel (41)
Ray J (40)
Amanda Wilkinson (39)
Calvin Harris (37)
Jeremiah Fraites [of The Lumineers] (35)

Getting caught up …

Jan. 16 Birthdays: Marilyn Horne (87), Barbara Lynn (79), Ronnie Milsap (78), Katherine Anderson Schaffner [of The Marvelettes] (77), Jim Stafford (77), Maxine Jones [of En Vogue] (62), Sade (62), Jill Sobule (62), Paul Webb [of Talk Talk] (59), Lin-Manuel Miranda (42), James Young [of The Eli Young Band] (41), Nick Valensi [of The Strokes] (40)

 RELEASED ON JAN. 17 IN … 1974 

“Court and Spark,” Joni Mitchell (featuring “Help Me,” “Raised on Robbery” and “Free Man in Paris”; producer: Mitchell; Asylum)

 RELEASED ON JAN. 16 IN … 1995 

“University,” Throwing Muses (featuring “Bright Yellow Gun”; producers: Throwing Muses; See here; Sire / Reprise)


Don Miller (The Vogues)

Phil Spector (legendary producer)

Jason “Rowdy” Cope (The Steel Woods)

Duke Bootee (rapper and co-writer of the hip-hop classic “The Message”)

Chris Murphy (longtime manager of INXS)


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