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Published on June 16th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: June 16, 2022



“Loose Future,” Courtney Marie Andrews – Oct. 7

“As the Moon Rests,” A.A. Williams – Oct. 7

“See You in the Stars,” Lightning Seeds – Oct. 14

“Alpenglow,” Trampled by Turtles – Oct. 28

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 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“these words are all for you too,” Wrabel (deluxe edition of his 2021 album; new single: “closure”; Big Gay / Nettwerk)

“Remember What I Look Like,” The Inflorescence (San Diego female rock quartet’s debut album; Kill Rock Stars)

“Brighter Future 2,” Big Gigantic (Big Gigantic)

“Melancholy Flowers,” The Q-Tip Bandits (new single: “Better Place”; The Q-Tip Bandits)

“Divine Surrendering,” Doe Paoro (five-song EP; new single: “All My Life Is a Ceremony”)

“Sorry, Tom,” Kristian Kaupang (Apollon)

“Pigna,” Yarni (EMK)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

The Gift, The Petal Falls
All Is Over Now, Certain Animals |
Will I Ever, Brodie Dawson
Align Markers, JusCorAnt |
Faustian Deal, Ole Devil & The Spirit Chasers |
Who Is Us, Ninet Tayeb
Feelings Don’t Die, Marc Ambrosia |
Love Me, Ina Forsman


Billy “Crash” Craddock (84)
Lamont Dozier (81)
Eddie Levert (80)
Brian Protheroe (78)
Tom Harrell (76)
Iain Matthews (76)
Gino Vannelli (70)
Ian Mosley [Marillion] (69)
Garry Roberts [The Boomtown Rats] (68)
MC Ren (53)
Diana DeGarmo (35)
Ian Keaggy [Hot Chelle Rae] (35)
Joe McElderry (31)

Getting caught up …

June 15 Birthdays: Ruby Nash Garnett (88), Noddy Hodder (76), Leo Nocentelli (76), Russell Hitchcock (73), Steve Walsh (71), Terri Gibbs (68), Brad Gillis (65), Scott Rockenfield (59), Michael Britt [Lonestar] (56), Rob Mitchell [Sixpence None the Richer] (56), Ice Cube (53), T-Bone Willy [Save Ferris] (50), Dryden Mitchell [Alien Ant Farm] (46), Billy Martin [Good Charlotte] (41), Wayne Sermon [Imagine Dragons] (38)


June 16:

Screaming Lord Sutch (1940-1999)

Kristen Pfaff (1967-1994)

James Honeyman-Scott (1956-1982)

Chick Webb (1905-1939)

June 15:

Matt “Guitar” Murphy (1929-2018)

Casey Kasem (1932-2014)

Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996)

Meredith Wilson (1902-1984)

Wes Montgomery (1925-1968)


“I’ve packed up my troubles
And I’ve thrown them all away”


“Out of the Cradle,” Lindsey Buckingham (his third solo album, and though it only reached No. 128 on the Billboard LP chart, it’s widely considered one of the most underrated albums of the 1990s; featuring “Wrong,” “Soul Drifter” and “Don’t Look Down”; producers: Buckingham, Richard Dashut; Reprise)


“Duran Duran,” Duran Duran (their debut album, featuring “Planet Earth” and “Girls on Film”; the U.S. version included “Is There Anyone Out There”; the album was reissued in 1983 after the success of “Rio”; producer: Colin Thurston; EMI)


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> Mariah Carey, Neptunes to Get in Songwriters Hall of Fame | The Associated Press

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