It’s Mon…ah Tuesday and it’s Cheese Pizza Day and National Be Late for Something Day! We also lost a couple of rockers including Walter Becker from Steely Dan and guitarist Dave Hlubek of Molly Hatchet.
Some animals have a trigger that sets them off, maybe it’s a sound or a particular word. For Nala the chihuahua it’s a single word. Have a listen.
Some Music News;
They have a tradition a BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge that when guest artists visit, they do a cover of a song. Chris Martin of Coldplay did Paul Simon’s song “Graceland.”
— Coldplaying (@coldplaying) September 4, 2017
And Paul Simon and Edie Brickell are among the celebrities stepping up to help Texans hit by Hurricane Harvey. They said they’ll donate a million to help out.
Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker, died Sunday. He was 67. No cause has been released. Steely Dan didn’t play the Classic East West in July because Becker was ill.
And a founding member of Molly Hatchet, guitarist Dave Hlubek has passed away. He was 66. The band broke the news on Facebook but didn’t say how he died.
Queen‘s album “News of the World” is 40 this year and the band is releasing an anniversary box set. It includes a special limited edition picture disc album, which will be available in a strictly limited run of 1977 individually numbered copies in a commemorative die-cut sleeve. You need to pre-order that version HERE. For the rest; The anniversary “News of the World” version comes with two CDs of recently discovered outtakes and other gems including “Raw Sessions,” a newly created “alternative” version of the whole album. But wait, there’s more! The collection also comes with a brand new one-hour DVD documentary, “Queen : The American Dream,” created from backstage material filmed during Queen’s 1977 USA “News of the World” tour. The “News of the World” anniversary box set will hit stores on November 17th.