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Published on May 26th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: May 26, 2021



“Life in Colour,” Picture This – June 25

“Hourglass,” Murray McLauchlan – July 9

“WANDERKID,” JW Francis – Oct. 1

“Time Flies,” Ladyhawke – Oct. 8

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“Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Mudhoney – July 23

“When I Hit You — You’ll Feel It,” Leslie Winer – July 30

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

High in the Grass, Sleater-Kinney
If Ever However Whenever Forever, Picture This
Mixed Emotions, Ladyhawke
Don’t Forget Your Neighborhood, Cola Boyy feat. The Avalanches
John, Take Me With You, JW Francis
Fear of Dying, Poppy
Justice Denied, Big Atomic
Shut the Fuck Up and Just Die Already, DEAR-GOD
Lay It on Me, Gabe Dixon
NightTrain, Jesse Janari
Work, Shad
Lakeshore Ave, 5omerset
She Got a Thing, Seth Michael
Daydreamer, Ainsley Costello
Whatever You Want, Ibanest
What’s Coming Next?, Vân Scott


Art Sharp [The Nashville Teens] (80)
Verden Allen [Mott the Hoople] (77)
Garry Peterson [The Guess Who] (76)
Stevie Nicks (73)
Hank Williams Jr. (72)
Berni Flint (69)
Wayne Hussey [Dead or Alive] (63)
Dave Robbins [BlackHawk] (62)
Lenny Kravitz (57)
Phillip Rhodes [Gin Blossoms] (53)
Joey Kibble [Take 6] (50)
Alan White [Oasis] (49)
Lauryn Hill (46)
Nathan Cochran [MercyMe] (43)
Isaac Slade [The Fray] (40)


Sonny Sharrock (1940-1994)

William Powell [The O’Jays] (1942-1977)

Little Willie John (1937-1968)

Jimmie Rodgers (1897-1933)

 RELEASED ON MAY 26 IN … 1987 

“Don’t Mean Nothing,” Richard Marx (his debut single featured Joe Walsh on guitar and backing vocals from Randy Meisner and Timothy B. Schmit; producers: Marx, David Cole; Manhattan / EMI)


John Davis (the “real” Milli Vanilli singer)

Kevin Clark (“School of Rock” drummer)

Lou Robin (concert promoter and Johnny Cash’s longtime manager)

Rusty Warren (female comedian released 15 comedy albums)


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