Updates Gary Allan

Published on May 9th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: May 9, 2021



“Ruthless,” Gary Allan – June 25

“Roots,” Randall Goosby – June 25

“SideSlip,” Alex Western-King – June 25

“Lucy & Aaron,” Aaron Dilloway & Lucrecia Dalt – July 13

“Drama,” Rodrigo Amarante – July 16

“Parabellum,” Yngwie Malmsteen – July 23

“Bless My Psyche,” Sincere Engineer – Sept. 10

“Forever I Wait,” Martina Topley-Bird – Sept. 10

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“Merci, Miles! Live at Vienne,” Miles Davis – June 25


“Wyoming Cowboy – A Collection,” Chris LeDoux – July 2

“Absolutely (40th Anniversary Edition),” Madness – July 23


“Convocations,” Sufjan Stevens (Download; Stevens describes the 49 instrumentals as a reflection on a year of anxiety, uncertainty, isolation, and loss”; Read here; See here; Asthmatic Kitty)

“Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers, Vol. One,” American Aquarium (10 covers of songs from Toby Keith, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sawyer Brown, etc.; Hear here; Losing Side)

“Working Woman,” Grace Pettis (producer: Mary Bragg; guests: Indigo Girls, Dar Williams, Ruthie Foster, Bragg, The Watson Twins, Gina Chavez; See here; MPress)

“Nocturnal Youth,” Pistols at Dawn (four-song EP; producer: Jeff Tomei; Pistols at Dawn)


Wait for It, Jennifer Nettles
You Made a Fool of Me, Anthony Hamilton
Mom + Dad, Jackie Castro
Pure Heart, Martina Topley-Bird
Make Me a Man, Allie Colleen
Common Ground, Big Big Train
Black Eyed Dog, The Underdogz
Who’s That (Barbie Bitch), Holli
Nobody, RageMD x SaDiCi


Sonny Curtis (84)
Tommy Roe (79)
Richie Furay (77)
Steve Katz [Blood, Sweat & Tears] (76)
Clint Holmes (75)
Billy Joel (72)
Tom Petersson (71)
Anne Sofie von Otter (66)
David Gahan (59)
Paul Heaton (59)
Ghostface Killah (51)
Mike Myerson [Heartland] (50)
Tamia (46)
Ryan Vikedal [Nickelback] (46)
Dan Regan [Reel Big Fish] (44)
Pierre Bouvier [Simple Plan] (42)
Andrew W.K. (42)


Little Richard (1932-2020)

Robert Miles (1969-2017)

Lena Horne (1917-2010)

Brenda Fassie (1964-2004)

Eddie Jefferson (1918-1979)

Ezio Pinza (1892-1957)


“Our Favourite Shop,” The Style Council (featuring “Walls Come Tumbling Down,” “The Lodgers [or She Was Only a Shopkeeper’s Daughter]” and “Boy Who Cried Wolf”; producers: Paul Weller, Peter Wilson; Polydor)


> Taylor Swift to Receive BRITs Global Icon Award (Official Charts Company)

> Watch Miley Cyrus Perform ‘Without You’ on ‘SNL’ (YouTube)

> J. Cole to Release New Documentary ‘Applying Pressure’ (NME)

> 50 Years After Marvin Gaye Asked, ‘What’s Going On?’ America Still Searching for an Answer (CNN) 

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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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