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Published on June 21st, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: June 21, 2022

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“RENAISSANCE,” Beyoncé – July 29

“Mr. Saturday Night,” Jon Pardi – Sept. 2

“God Save the Animals,” Alex G – Sept. 23

“This Machine Still Kills Fascists,” Dropkick Murphys – Sept. 30

“In These Times,” Makaya McCraven – Sept. 30

“Dirt Femme,” Tove Lo – Oct. 14

“Lemonriver,” Lynda – Nov. 4

Prime Day is July 12-13. »

June Deal: Save 60% on Print Magazines. »

MUSIC BOOKS

“McCartney Legacy Vol. 1: 1969-73,” Allan Kozinn, Adrian Sinclair – Dec. 13

“Living on a Thin Line: The Autobiography,” Dave Davies – Jan. 17, 2023

Verse, Chorus, Monster!,” Graham Coxon – Feb. 21, 2023

“Play Like a Man: My Life in Poster Children,” Rose Marshack – Feb. 28, 2023

DVD / BLU-RAY

“NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 13,” LL Cool J, Chris O’Donnell, Caleb Castille, et al – Aug. 23

“Blue Bloods: The Twelfth Season,” Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Will Estes, et al – Aug. 30

“Sound of Metal (The Criterion Collection),” Riz Ahmed, Olivia Cooke, Paul Raci, et al – Sept. 27

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Is/Was,” Devin Farney (new single: “My Kind of Person”; Hear here; Little Green Shack)

“Theatre of Cruelty,” Delon Om (guests: Trinity Chris, J-Raj; Secret Suburbia)

“ICON,” Stella Mwangi (seven-song EP; producer: Greg Hvnsen; Hear here; Position Music)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

BREAK MY SOUL, Beyoncé
Summer State of Mind, Lady A |
Take It Like a Man, Amanda Shires | See here
Blacklight Shine, The Mars Volta … their first new song in 10 years |
True Romance, Tove Lo | See here
Seventh String, Makaya McCraven |
Viva Mi Triestesa, Sunny and the Sunliners |
The Ballad of Elvis Presley, Josie Cotton and Kevin Preston | See here
Songbird, Rita Wilson & Josh Groban |
Everything to Me, Justin Warfield
I’m On Fire, Reed Mitchell |
Summertime, Summertime, Lisa Mychols | See here
Under the Pines, Lynda |

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

Don Black (84)
Eumir Deodato (79)
Ray Davies (78)
Brenda Holloway (76)
Joey Molland (75)
Joey Kramer (72)
John Paul Young (72)
Nils Lofgren (71)
Marcy Levy, aka Marcella Detroit (70)
Mark Brzezicki [Big Country] (65)
Kathy Mattea (63)
Manu Chao (61)
Kip Winger (61)
Porter Howell [Little Texas] (58)
Sonique (54)
Allison Moorer (50)
Justin Cary [Sixpence None the Richer] (47)
Mike Einziger (46)
Brandon Flowers (41)
Kris Allen (37)
Lana Del Rey (37)
Chandler Baldwin [LANCO] (30)
Rebecca Black (25)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Gunther Schuller (1925-2015)

John Lee Hooker (1917-2001)

June Christy (1925-1990)

Bert Kaempfert (1923-1980)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“There ain’t nothing we won’t try
Never heard the word impossible
This time there’s no stopping us”

 RELEASED ON JUNE 21 … IN 1988 

“Forever Your Girl,” Paula Abdul (the former Laker Girls and music video choreographer’s debut album was a massive success, scoring four No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100: “Straight Up,” “Forever Your Girl,” “Cold Hearted” and “Opposites Attract”; 64 weeks after its debut, the album reached No. 1 on the Billboard chart; it sold more than 18 million copies worldwide; producers: Oliver Leiber, Glen Ballard, Elliot Wolff, L.A. Reid, Babyface, Jesse Johnson, Curtis Williams; Virgin)

 R.I.P. 

Jim Schwall (The Siegel-Schwall Band)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Beyoncé’s ‘Break My Soul’ is a Sign the Great Resignation ‘Has Seeped into the Zeitgeist,’ Says Labor Economist | CNBC

> 4-Hour Docuseries on The Rolling Stones to Air on EPIX | The Associated Press

> Electronic Musician Four Tet Wins Major Streaming-Royalty Dispute With Domino Records | Variety

> Broadway Will Drop Mask Mandate Beginning July 1 | The New York Times

> The Most Valuable Song Catalogs | 24/7 Wall St.

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> Jack White Expands ‘Supply Chain Issues’ Tour | Glide Magazine

> Judas Priest Announce ’50 Heavy Metal Years’ Tour with Queensrÿche | Brooklyn Vegan

> Kid Cudi Heading ‘To the Moon’ on World Tour | Rolling Stone

> Jason Isbell Announces 2022 Ryman Residency Dates | Rolling Stone




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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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