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Published on March 17th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: March 17, 2022



“WE,” Arcade Fire – May 6

“Come Home the Kids Miss You,” Jack Harlow – May 6

“Day By Day,” Timothy B. Schmit – May 6

“Diamond Star Halos,” Def Leppard – May 27

“Will of the People,” Muse – Aug. 26

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“NOW That’s What I Call a Decade 2000s,” various artists – May 6

“Good Times of Old England: Steeleye Span 1972-1983,” Steeleye Span – May 27


“Nocturnal Admissions: Behind The Scenes At Tunnel, Limelight, Avalon, And Other Legendary Nightclubs,” Steve Adelman – June 7

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Compliance, Muse |
The Lightning I and The Lightning II, Arcade Fire |
Kick, Def Leppard |
Eyes Don’t Lie, Tones and I |
Anything But Me, MUNA |
​​Still Dreaming, LUCIANBLOMKAMP feat. Darcy Baylis & RoyBoy |
Face to Fire (After Nyman), Gentle Sinners


John Sebastian (78)
Harold Brown (76)
Susie Allanson (70)
Paul Overstreet (67)
Billy Corgan (55)
Van Conner [Screaming Trees] (55)
Melissa Auf der Maur (50)
Caroline Corr (49)
Keifer Thompson (49)
Swifty (47)
Tamar Braxton (45)
Geoff Sprung (44)
Nicky Jam (41)
Hozier (32)


Ferlin Husky (1925-2011)

Alex Chilton (1950-2010)

Jermaine Stewart (1957-1997)

Terry Stafford (1941-1996)


“Glitter on the mattress
Glitter on the highway”


“The Grateful Dead,” Grateful Dead (their debut album; band lineup: Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Bill Kreutzmann and Phil Lesh; without a radio hit, the album peaked at No. 75 on the Billboard chart; producer: David Hassinger; Warner)


Barbara Morrison (jazz and blues vocalist)


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