Updates Demi Lovato

Published on March 16th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: March 16, 2021



“Dancing With the Devil … The Art of Starting Over,” Demi Lovato – April 2

“Dark Tea,” Dark Tea – April 30

“Imaginary Everything,” L’Orange & Namir Blade – May 7

“Showtunes,” Lambchop – May 21

“Mood Valiant,” Hiatus Kaiyote – June 25


“NOW That’s What I Call a Decade 1990s,” various artists – April 30


“Take This To Your Grave (25th Anniversary Edition),” Fall Out Boy – April 30


“JACE,” Jace Carrillo (new single: “The Rhythm of Life”; See here; Golden Path Music)

“Night Terrors,” Dead Sun (Xtreme Music)

“1,” Record Heat (three-song EP; new single: “Network”; Spirit Animal LLC)


All These People, IamKeyNotes feat. Drake
Solidit, Chris Carter
Sin, Sly Boy
Senseless, Mnelia
BloodRave, Dead
Get Sun, Hiatus Kaiyote feat. Arthur Verocai
Bass Down Low, Hunter. feat. Sean Thoma$
Fallback Girl, VIBI
Little Rock, Wil Van Winkle & the Sixpins
Golden Shrine, Mango In Euphoria
Come Undone, Cavo
Slow Up, Amy Steele
Looking to Be Found, Morgan Joanel
Come Rain or Come Shine, Gretchen Lieberum


Michael Bruce [of Alice Cooper] (73)
Ray Benson [of Asleep at the Wheel] (70)
Jimmy Nail (67)
Tim O’Brien (67)
Nancy Wilson (67)
Flavor Flav (62)
Steve Marker [of Garbage] (62)
Patty Griffin (57)
Tracy Bonham (54)
Blu Cantrell (45)
Jhené Aiko (33)


Dick Dale (1937-2019)

Frank Sinatra Jr. (1944-2016)

Chris Austin (1964-1991)

T-Bone Walker (1910-1975)

Tammi Terrell (1945-1970)


“Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon,” James Taylor (featuring “You’ve Got a Friend” “Long Ago and Far Away”; producer: Peter Asher; guests: Carole King, Danny Kortchmar, John Hartford, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel, The Memphis Horns, Joni Mitchell, Kate Taylor; Warner)


Gerri Miller (longtime editor of Metal Edge)


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> St. Vincent and Kid Cudi Announced as SNL Musical Guests (Pitchfork)

> Wrigley Field 2021 Concert Lineup (Chicago Tribune)

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> 12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in Spotify (Gizmodo)

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