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Published on January 9th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Jan. 9, 2022



“Never Forget My Love,” Joss Stone – release date and preorder links, Feb. 11

“Feeding the Machine,” Binker & Moses – Feb. 25

“Waking World,” Youn Sun Nah – Feb. 25

“Everything I Didn’t Say,” Ella Henderson – March 11

“Allhallowtide,” The Monochrome Set – March 11

“Crisálida,” Danilo Pérez – March 18

“Brother Johnny,” Edgar Winter – April 15

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »


“The Best of Dirty Heads,” Dirty Heads – March 11

“Full Time Woman: The Lost Cotillion Album,” Irma Thomas – March 11

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Johnny B. Goode, Edgar Winter feat. Joe Walsh and David Grissom
I Give Everything, Ryland James |
off the leash!, BabySantana feat. yvngxchris & Luisss |
Enigma, Abie Toiber


Joan Baez (81)
Jimmy Page (78)
David Johansen (72)
Crystal Gayle (71)
Eric Erlandson [Hole] (59)
Carl Bell (55)
Steve Harwell (55)
Dave Matthews (55)
A.J. McLean (44)
Drew Brown [OneRepublic] (38)
Paolo Nutini (35)

Jan. 8 Birthdays: Shirley Bassey (85), Bob Eubanks (84), Cristy Lane (82), Anthony Gourdine (81), Juanita Cowart Motley [The Marvelettes] (78), Robby Krieger (76), Jeff Abercrombie [Fuel] (53), Sean Paul (49), Jenny Lewis (46), Disashi Lumumbo-Kasongo [Gym Class Heroes] (39)


Jan. 9:

Cozy Cole (1909-1981)

Jan. 8

Peter Sarstedt (1941-2017)

Andraé Crouch (1942-2015)

Dave Alexander (1938-2012)

Steve Clark [Def Leppard] (1960-1991)


“I get up
And nothing gets me down”

 RELEASED ON JAN. 9 … IN 1967 

“More of The Monkees,” The Monkees (it displaced their debut album from atop the Billboard 200 chart and stayed at No. 1 for 18 weeks; all totaled, The Monkees held the No. 1 spot for 31 consecutive weeks; featuring “I’m a Believer,” “[I’m Not Your] Steppin’ Stone,” “She,” “Mary, Mary” and “Look Out [Here Comes Tomorrow]”; producers: Jeff Barry, Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Michael Nesmith, Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Neil Sedala, Carole Bayer Sager; Colgems)


Michael Lang (co-creator of Woodstock festival)

Marilyn Bergman (Oscar-winning lyricist wrote “The Way We Were”)

Calvin Simon (Parliament-Funkadelic co-founder)


> Half-Hour of Lost Footage of Rolling Stones’ Altamont Festival Unveiled by Library of Congress | Variety

> ‘Encanto’ Soundtrack Surges to No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart | Billboard

> Me and the Monkee: A Final Visit With Michael Nesmith | Rolling Stone

> How Beach Boy Bruce Johnston Wound Up on the New Weeknd Album | Los Angeles Times

> Sonny Curtis: From Buddy Holly to Mary Tyler Moore | CBS Sunday Morning

> ‘Tin Pan Alley’: Where Songwriters Once Banged Away on Cheap Pianos | The Wall Street Journal

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