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Published on September 6th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Sept. 6, 2022



“In the Canyon Haze,” Brandi Carlile – Sept. 28

“$oul $old $eparately,” Freddie Gibbs – Sept. 30

“Snow Waltz,” Lindsey Stirling – Oct. 7

“It’s Only Me,” Lil Baby – Oct. 14

“Cerrone by Cerrone,” Cerrone – Nov. 18

Watch “The Rings of Power.” »


“A Holly Dolly Christmas (Ultimate Deluxe Edition),” Dolly Parton – Oct. 14


“80’s Movie Hits Collected,” various artists – Oct. 7

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Everything About You,” The Petal Falls (Handful of Dust)

“Beginning EP,” Pawas (Hear here; Sound of Berlin)

“Lowest Colour,” Lifecycle (Hear here)

“Firmament,” Dim Gray (new single: “Ashes”; Dim Gray)

“It’s In Our Mind,” Paper Pools (seven-song EP; Hear here; Paper Pools)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Shame On You, Richard Marx |
Shout, Dead Levee |
heartbloom, macj |
Sugar, Killed By Cupid
One Good Thing About Summer, The Airport 77s |
Trash Talk, Leah Belle Faser |
SLEEP, Baby Cate |
Emotional Blood, Paul Payne837
Small Town Queen, Chris de Sarandy |
Gravity, Nick Palma


Mitzi Gaynor (91)
Sonny Charles (82)
Merald “Bubba” Knight (80)
Gene Parsons (78)
Alice de Buhr (73)
Ronald LaPread (72)
Martin Chambers (71)
David Broza (67)
Blackie Lawless (66)
Kim Thayil (62)
Sami Yaffa (59)
Mark Ronson (47)
Richard Wingo (47)
Ian Grushka (45)
Granger Smith (43)
Dan Miller (42)
Beyoncé (41)
Tom Gossin (41)
Lacey Sturm (41)
Neyla Pekarek (36)
James Bay (32)
Danny Worsnop (32)

Getting caught up …

Sept. 3 Birthdays: Al Jardine (80), Don Brewer (74), Doug Pinnick (72), Steve Jones (67), Todd Lewis (57), Jennifer Paige (49), Redfoo (47), Tomo Milicevic (43), OMI (36), August Alsina (30)


Sept. 4:

Chuck Greenberg (1950-1995)

Dottie West (1932-1991)

Charlie Barnet (1913-1991)

Sept. 3:

Walter Becker (1950-2017)

Aarno Raninen (1944-2014)

Noah Howard (1943-2010)

Carter Albrecht (1973-2007)

Johnny Marks (1909-1985)

Alan Wilson (1943-1970)


“And I wonder when we are ever gonna change, change
Living under the fear, ’til nothing else remains”


“Empire,” Queensrÿche (their fourth album was their most commercially successful, featuring the Grammy-nominated Top 10 hit “Silent Lucidity”; the album peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard chart; producer: Peter Collins; EMI)


“A Farewell to Kings,” Rush (their fifth album, featuring “Closer to the Heart”; producer: Rush, Terry Brown; it reached No. 11 in their Canada and was their first Top 40 album in the U.S.; Anthem)


> Foo Fighters and Family, Friends Stage Tribute to Taylor Hawkins | The Washington Post

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> The Weeknd Suddenly Cuts Short L.A. Concert Due to Vocal Issues: ‘This Is Killing Me’ | Yahoo! Entertainment

> ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ First Rap Album to Hit 1B Spotify Streams in 2022 | HYPEBEAST

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