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Published on September 11th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Sept. 11, 2022



“Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?,” Tyler Childers and the Food Stamps – Sept. 30

“Winterlicious,” Debbie Gibson – Oct. 21

“Twennies,” Dragonette – Oct. 28

“Best Day of My Life,” Tom Odell – Oct. 28

“There’s Nothing But Space, Man!,” Sam Ryder – Nov. 18

“Christmas With Cliff,” Cliff Richard – Nov. 25

Thursday Night Football: Chargers vs. Chiefs. On Prime Video. »


“The Healer,” John Lee Hooker – Oct. 28


“FUTURE PAST (The Complete Edition),” Duran Duran – Nov. 25

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“REBELS NEVER DIE,” Hardwell (14 tracks; Hear here; Revealed Music B.V.)

“When the Lights Go,” Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (Hear here; Nice Age Music)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

A Cut Inside, The Cult |
komission, KA$HDAMI |
Rather Be Alone, Danny Bonilla
Ships in the Harbor, Tommy Prine |


Lola Falana (80)
Mickey Hart (79)
Leo Kottke (77)
Dennis Tufano (76)
Tommy Shaw (69)
Jon Moss (65)
Mick Talbot (64)
Moby (57)
Harry Connick Jr. (55)
Richard Ashcroft (51)
Jeremy Popoff (51)
Brad Fischetti (47)
Mr. Black (45)
Jon Buckland (45)
Ludacris (45)
Ben Lee (44)
Charles Kelley (41)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 10 Birthdays: Roy Ayers (82), Danny Hutton (80), José Feliciano (77), Patrick Norman (76), Rosie Flores (72), Joe Perry (72), Pat Mastelotto (67), Johnnie Fingers (66), Carol Decker (65), Siobhan Fahey (64), David Lowery (62), Robin Goodridge (57), Stevie D. (56), Miles Zuniga (56), Big Daddy Kane (54), Sara Groves (50), Mikey Way (42), Matthew Followill (38), Ashley Monroe (36)


Sept. 11:

Toots Hibbert (1942-2020)

Bob Crewe (1940-2014)

Jim Carroll (1949-2009)

Joe Zawinul (1932-2007)

Lorne Greene (1915-1987)

Peter Tosh (1944-1987)

Sept. 10:

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (1924-2005)


“The city is crowded, my friends are away
And I’m on my own”

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 11 … IN 2001 

It was a day of tragedy for the United States. Because it was a Tuesday, it was also an album release day: LPs issued on that day (and going virtually unnoticed) included Bob Dylan’s “Love & Theft,” Jay-Z’s “The Blueprint,” Nickelback’s “Silver Side Up,” P.O.D.’s “Satellite” and Slayer’s “God Hates Us All.” Marketing campaigns for those albums were halted.

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 10 … IN 1985 

“Knee Deep in the Hoopla,” Starship (their first album under the moniker Starship featured the No. 1 hits “We Built This City” and “Sara,” plus “Tomorrow Doesn’t Matter Tonight”; the album peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard chart; producers: Peter Wolf, Jeremy Smith; Grunt / RCA)


Sonny West (rockabilly songwriter wrote Buddy Holly’s “Oh Boy” and “Rave On”)


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