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Published on July 15th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: July 15, 2021



“When You Speak,” Jeremy Camp – Sept. 10

“Paint the Roses (Live in Concert),” Larkin Poe & Nu Deco Ensemble – Sept. 17

“Same Truck,” Scotty McCreery – Sept. 17

“Talk Memory,” BADBADNOTGOOD – Oct. 8

“Always Inside Your Head,” Lone – Oct. 22

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »


“Judas Priest: 50 Heavy Metal Years of Music,” Judas Priest – Oct. 15


“Born This Way: The Tenth Anniversary,” Lady Gaga, et al – Dec. 10

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

The Writing On the Wall, Iron Maiden … their first new song in six years
People Watching, Conan Gray
RETAIL, Pan Amsterdam
Bustdown Entrails, Hearteyes feat. brodinski + coucou chloe
Reaching for Beyond, exo-X-xeno
Pretty Please, Myah Marie & The FunkLabb feat. Ruba & Young Dinero Banks


Millie Jackson (77)
Peter Lewis [Moby Grape] (76)
Linda Ronstadt (75)
Artimus Pyle (73)
Trevor Horn (72)
Jeff Carlisi [38 Special] (69)
David Pack (69)
Marky Ramone (69)
Alicia Bridges (68)
Joe Satriani (65)
Mac McAnally (64)
Jason Bonham (55)
Stokley [Mint Condition] (54)
John Dolmayan [System of a Down] (49)
Jim Jones (45)
Ray Toro [My Chemical Romance] (44)
Kia Thornton [Divine] (42)
Olly Alexander [Years & Years] (31)


Dave Somerville (1933-2015)

Bill Justis (1926-1982)

Clarence White [The Byrds] (1944-1973)


“The Crossing,” Big Country (the Scottish band’s debut album, featuring “In a Big Country,” “Fields of Fire” and “Chance”; producer: Steve Lillywhite; Mercury)


Gary Corbett (session keyboardist and songwriter co-wrote Cyndi Lauper’s “She Bop”)

Jeff LaBar (Cinderella guitarist)


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