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Esau.

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  1. https://pitchfork.com/news/david-gilmour-shares-yes-i-have-ghosts-his-first-new-song-in-5-years-listen/
  2. https://www.jambase.com/article/grateful-dead-workingmans-dead-the-angels-share-outtakes
  3. Worth the read. John Prine's Songs Saw The Whole Of Us https://www.npr.org/2020/04/07/823700634/john-prines-songs-saw-the-whole-of-us
  4. https://www.calgaryfolkfest.com/ https://calgaryherald.com/entertainment/music/calgary-folk-fest-matches-artists-from-around-the-world-for-virtually-live-concert-series/
  5. ..and another, plus new album announcement. https://www.nme.com/news/music/bob-dylan-announces-new-alubm-rough-rowdy-ways-false-prophet-2662079
  6. $15 * Mike Cooley of Drive-By Truckers * Taxes and Service Fees Not Included Friday, May 8⋅8:00 PM EDT https://noonchorus.com/cooleydbt/ Upcoming: https://noonchorus.com/upcoming/
  7. https://www.ctvnews.ca/entertainment/celebrated-singer-songwriter-john-prine-dies-from-covid-19-1.4887524
  8. Shinyribs (aka Kevin Russell, from the Gourds) covering Merle Haggard's 'Hungry Eyes'.
  9. https://variety.com/2020/music/news/bob-dylan-releases-17-minute-song-jfk-kennedy-assassination-murder-most-foul-1203546713/
  10. Released/Posted last night just before midnight on youtube. 17 minutes long.
  11. Ha. Sorta. In Early 83 I learned about punk music from a friend's older sister who was apparently friend with some members of the Toronto bands Youth Youth Youth & Bunchofuckingoofs. I also learned my parents really hated both the look and music of that scene. One of the first shows (all ages) I went to was in fall 83 in a church basement near Kensington. The band Chronic Submission was one of the bands that played - I think they were all under 16 at the time. I remember everyone being excited because members of the Viletones were supposedly there. At the time though, I really had no idea who they were.
  12. That was unexpectedly refreshing. Reminds me of some of the bands I used to sneak into see at the Collin's hotel (Dundas, ON) in the early eighties when they had punk shows in the basement.
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