These listeners are ready for the Fourth of July.
These listeners are ready for the Fourth of July.
A Bronx man was stabbed on top of his skull with a cleaver during a brawl in Harlem on Tuesday and walked it off. The man seemed unfazed by the blade, which left him a bloody mess, according to a widely shared Instagram video of the gory aftermath. The clip shows the 36-year-old man talking calmly and not aware of his blood-drenched undershirt and the protruding knife. “He looked like he didn’t even feel it,” said one witness.
Watch State Line Empire’s new music video for “Heathen.”
Multiple Dallas Cowboys players recently tested positive for COVID-19, sources said Monday but the team declined to provide specifics while star running back Ezekiel Elliott publicly lamented a privacy violation after being reported as one of them. Fewer than five Cowboys players have tested positive for COVID-19, people familiar with the situation said. The exact figure could not be determined, as the franchise did not share further details.
Check out this crowd of people inside Kid Rock’s bar in Nashville.
Last night at Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk and Rock n’ Roll Steakhouse in Nashville, TN. Nashville is in phase 2, allowing restaurants and retail stores to open at 75 percent capacity, while bars remain closed. How is this even legal? #COVID #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/bg3JG7h6cy
— Sara O’Bannon (@Ovation_Girl) June 14, 2020
Fifty years after its release, Young shared an updated version of the song with reflections on how it applies to current events.
“Here’s me as an old guy singin’ his 50 year old song that was written after countless years of racism in the USA… And look at us today! This has been going on for way too long. It’s not just Southern Man now… It’s everywhere across the USA. It’s time for real change… New laws… New rules for policing.”
The performance comes from a project Young is hosting on his site called “POLAR VORTEX.” The project is part film, part album – and features material Young performed at a series of shows in Wisconsin and Minnesota in January 2019 when the area was hit with a massive polar vortex. Despite temperatures reaching as low as −30 °F with windchills hitting −50 °F, Young forged on with the concerts.
Here’s the updated acoustic version below.
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Here’s me as an old guy singin’ his 50 year old song that was written after countless years of racism in the USA. . . . and look at us today! This has been going on for way too long. It’s not just Southern Man now. . . . .It’s everywhere across the USA. It’s time for real change . . . . new laws . . . . new rules for policing . . . . “Change gonna come at last . . . . .” ‘Southern Man’ is from the forthcoming ‘POLAR VORTEX’ live performance longform at NYA.
Here’s the original version
A 30-year-old man in China has had a whole fish removed from his rectum after he had allegedly “sat on it by accident.” Gruesome footage online shows medics removing the dead blue tilapia from the patient’s body at a hospital. Reports from local media did not specify the fish’s size but the species usually measures 12-16 inches long.
This week a video clip of a woman in police custody in “Somewhere, USA” started going viral on social media. The woman dropped a hilarious freestyle saying “You About to Lose Yo Job” while getting detained by a police officer. As you would expect she got the remix treatment.
— ?J (@_RandomJ_) June 4, 2020
Looters in New York City pulled up to ransack a store Monday night in a $350,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV. The footage was taken in the SoHo neighborhood in lower Manhattan. FYI, the ultra-luxury Cullinan has a starting price of $333,000, but its price-as-delivered regularly stretches far beyond the $350,000 mark.
— Disrn (@DisrnNews) June 3, 2020
NINETEEN YEARS AGO MARKED BONE BASH II. THE HEADLINER FOR THE EVENT WAS TED NUGENT, WITH TESLA AND GREAT WHITE ROUNDING OUT THE BILL. THE SHOW WAS A SOLD OUT EVENT AT THE REDWOOD AMPHITHEATER GREAT AMERICA.
HAPPY 81ST BIRTHDAY TO IAN HUNTER, A GREAT SINGER/ SONGWRITER WHO IS BEST KNOWN AS THE LEAD SINGER OF MOTT THE HOOPLE BEFORE EMBARKING ON A SOLO CAREER. ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITE SONGS IS ‘ALL THE YOUNG DUDES’ WITH HUNTER WAILING AWAY AND MICK RONSON ON GUITAR. AFTER BEING DISILLUSIONED WITH SUCCESS AND EXPERIENCING ILL-HEALTH, HUNTER’S SOLO CAREER PRODUCED SOME GREAT SONGS. HIS MOST SUCCESSFUL SOLO ALBUM WAS ‘YOU’RE NEVER ALONE WITH A SCHIZOPHRENIC’. IT CONTAINS SOME GREAT TRACKS INCLUDING ‘CLEVELAND ROCKS’ JUST ANOTHER NIGHT’ AND ‘BASTARD’. HERE’S VINTAGE IAN HUNTER WITH MOTT THE HOOPLE
AND HERE’S SOLO IAN HUNTER
IN THE WTF FILE, ON THIS DATE IN 1983, JIM GORDON, THE DRUMMER FOR DEREK AND THE DOMINOS AND CO-WRITER OF ‘LAYLA’, WAS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON. JIM MURDERED HIS OWN MOTHER WITH A HAMMER AND KNIFE IN THEIR HOME. TOLD YOU…WTF !!! THE GRAMMY AWARD WINNING DRUMMER IS CURRENTLY SERVING HIS SENTENCE IN VACAVILLE. HE’S BEEN TURNED DOWN FOR PAROLE 10 TIMES, INCLUDING THE LAST DENIAL IN 2018 WHEN HIS FAMILY FOR THE 1ST TIME TESTIFIED AGAINST HIS RELEASE, FEARINGA RISK OF POSSIBLE VIOLENCE
BTW, THIS GUY WAS A WORLD CLASS STUDIO DRUMMER AND HE SAT IN ON SOME OF THE BIGGEST RECORDING SESSIONS AND AND DRUMMED ON SOME OF THE BIGGEST SONGS OF THE 70’S. HERE ARE JUST SOME OF THE HITS JIM PERFORMED ON
HERE’S A LIST OF SOME OF THE ARTISTS AND SONGS JIM GORDON WORKED WITH AND PERFORMED ON
Duane Allman: An Anthology (organ, piano, drums)
Hoyt Axton: My Griffin Is Gone
Joan Baez: From Every Stage; Diamonds & Rust; Gulf Winds
The Beach Boys: Good Vibrations; Spirit of America; Pet Sounds
Stephen Bishop: On and On: Hits of Stephen Bishop
Jackson Browne: Jackson Browne (organ); The Pretender
Jack Bruce: Out of the Storm (tracks 1, 7 & 8)
The Byrds: The Notorious Byrd Brothers
Glen Campbell: Wichita Lineman
The Carpenters: Horizon; A Kind of Hush; “Solitaire”
The Hues Corporation:Rock the Boat (drums)
Eric Clapton: Eric Clapton; Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs; In Concert; Live at the Fillmore
Gene Clark: Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers
Cilla Black: It Makes Me Feel Good
Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen
Judy Collins: Who Knows Where the Time Goes
Alice Cooper: Alice Cooper Goes to Hell; Lace and Whiskey
Crosby, Stills & Nash: Crosby, Stills & Nash
Burton Cummings: Burton Cummings
Delaney & Bonnie: On Tour with Eric Clapton; To Bonnie from Delaney; D&B Together
Donovan: Life Is a Merry-Go-Round; Yellow Star; Operating Manual for Spaceship
Neil Diamond: Beautiful Noise (conga, drums, harmony vocals)
Cass Elliot: Dream a Little Dream (drums)
The Everly Brothers: Heartaches and Harmonies, Beat & Soul
Art Garfunkel: Angel Clare
David Gates: First
Lowell George: Thanks, I’ll Eat It Here
Hall & Oates: Bigger Than Both of Us
Merle Haggard: Same Train, a Different Time
Albert Hammond: It Never Rains in Southern California
George Harrison: All Things Must Pass; Living in the Material World; Extra Texture (Read All About It)
Jim Henson: The Muppet Movie
John Lee Hooker: Endless Boogie
Thelma Houston: I’ve Got the Music in Me
Incredible Bongo Band: “Apache”
Dr. John: The Sun, Moon & Herbs
B.B. King: B.B. King in London; The Best of B.B. King
Carole King:The City
John Lennon: Imagine (Track 4: “It’s So Hard”); Sometime in New York City
Gordon Lightfoot: Sundown; Gord’s Gold; Cold on the Shoulder; Summertime Dream
Country Joe McDonald: Classics
Dave Mason: Alone Together
The Monkees: Monkees; More of the Monkees; Instant Replay
Maria Muldaur: Maria Muldaur; Waitress in a Donut Shop
Randy Newman: Randy Newman; 12 Songs
Harry Nilsson: Nilsson Schmilsson; Aerial Ballet
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; Playback
Minnie Riperton: Adventures in Paradise
Johnny Rivers: Last Boogie in Paris; Blue Suede Shoes; L.A. Reggae
Linda Ronstadt: Don’t Cry Now
Leon Russell: Leon Russell and the Shelter People; Will o’ the Wisp
Seals and Crofts: “Hummingbird”
Carly Simon: No Secrets
Nancy Sinatra: These Boots Are Made For Walkin’
Phil Spector: Back to Mono (1958–1969)
Steely Dan: Pretzel Logic, Here At The Western World (single on 1978 Greatest Hits album that was originally recorded in 1976 during the Ajasessions)
John Stewart: The Phoenix Concerts
Barbra Streisand: Barbra Joan Streisand
Mel Tormé: Mel Tormé Collection
Traffic: Welcome to the Canteen; The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
John Travolta: Best of John Travolta
John Valenti: Anything You Want, 1976
Tom Waits: The Heart of Saturday Night
Mason Williams: “Classical Gas”; The Mason Williams Phonograph Record
Frank Zappa: Apostrophe (‘); Läther; ‘Grand Wazoo’ (tour) and ‘Petit Wazoo’ (tour); Imaginary Diseases; Wazoo, Little Dots