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Published on June 8th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: June 8, 2021

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“Leave a Scar,” Dee Snider – July 30

“Game Over!,” Benét – Aug. 6

“On the Wall,” LTtheMonk – Aug. 20

“The Bob’s Burgers Music Album Vol. 2,” various artists – Aug. 20

“2020 Vision,” Martin Sexton – Sept. 10

“Lindsey Buckingham,” Lindsey Buckingham – Sept. 17

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »

VINYL

“Greatest Hits,” Al Green – July 16

“The Best of The O’Jays,” The O’Jays – July 16

“The Best of Teddy Pendergrass,” Teddy Pendergrass – July 16

“Go,” Dexter Gordon – July 23

“Liberator” and “Universal,” Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Aug. 6

“Sabor,” Angel Canales – Aug. 27

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“FEMULINE,” Todrick Hall (guests: Chaka Khan, Brandy, Tyra Banks, TS Madison, Nicole Scherzinger; FrtyFve)

“Be Here Now,” Edouard Landry (Sudbury, Ontario artist’s first full-length English album; Hear here; Edouard Landry)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

I Don’t Mind, Lindsey Buckingham
Blood On Your Hands, Willie Nile feat. Steve Earle
Chivalry Is Not Dead, Hiatus Kaiyote
Do I Have To Feel Everything?, Sara Noelle
Listen Close, Junior Mesa
BOSS, Crystal Murray
Kingdom Come, Garrett Heath
Miss Those Days, Travis James
Must Surrender, ANIQO
F.U.A., Hearteyes
Cul-de-Sac, Hayley and the Crushers
Lie, Devan
Sometimes, Jeff Beadle
Something Real, FHANG
In the Daylight, Mia Pixley

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

James Darren (85)
Nancy Sinatra (81)
Fuzzy Haskins [Parliament-Funkadelic] (80)
Chuck Negron (79)
Boz Scaggs (77)
Annie Haslam (74)
Bonnie Tyler (70)
Tané Cain (McClure) (63)
Mick Hucknall (61)
Nick Rhodes (59)
Doris Pearson [5 Star] (55)
Nicci Gilbert [Brownstone] (51)
Mike Scheuchzer [MercyMe] (46)
Kanye West (44)
Sturgill Simpson (43)
Derek Trucks (42)
Alex Band (40)
Sara Watkins (40)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Bonnie Pointer (1950-2020)

Andre Matos (1971-2019)

Crispian St. Peters (1939-2010)

 RELEASED ON JUNE 8 IN … 2004 

“Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge,” My Chemical Romance (featuring “I’m Not Okay [I Promise],” “Helena” and “The Ghost of You”; producer: Howard Benson; Reprise)

 R.I.P. 

Erin O’Brien (singer and “77 Sunset Strip” actress)

Farhad Humayun (Pakistani singer)

Alfonso Paredes “Niño Alfonso” (flamenco singer)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore’ Is The First Album To Sell 100,000 Vinyl Copies In One Week In U.S. History | Forbes

> The Sudden, Lucrative Gold Rush for Old Music | Rolling Stone

> Lorde Teases Possible New Album ‘Solar Power’ On Her Website | Billboard News | Billboard

> Foo Fighters to Play First Concert Back at Full Madison Square Garden | New York Post

> Review: ‘In the Heights’ Is The Infusion Of Joy We Needed | The Associated Press

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