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Hulu November 2021 Schedule: New TV & Movie Additions

The schedule for the new movie and TV titles coming to Hulu in November 2021 has been revealed, which you can view below, along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the series debut of Hulu‘s newest adult-animated series Marvel’s Hit-Monkey featuring the voice of Jason Sudeikis as well as the second seasons of Animaniacs and The Great. 2021 films such as Breaking News in Yuba County, The Boss Baby: Family Business, and Pig will also be availa...
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Jeff Tweedy Announces Deluxe Love Is The King

Last year, Jeff Tweedy released Love Is The King. Now, he’s announced that the album is getting a deluxe edition called Love Is The King/Live Is The King, arriving December 10 via dBpm Records. Along with the news, Tweedy has shared a cover of Neil Young’s “Old Country Waltz” and a list of winter dates in Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Tags: Music, Neil Young, New Music, Jeff Tweedy, Tweedy, CHICAGO LOS ANGELES, dBpm Records Along


Neil Young & Crazy Horse Announce New Album Barn

Neil Young has a near-constant stream of music coming out. In addition to the boatloads of archival releases planned for the next year, he has a new album with Crazy Horse on the way. The follow-up to 2019’s Colorado is called Barn, and it’ll be out in December on Reprise.
Tags: Music, News, Colorado, Neil Young, Crazy Horse, Neil Young and Crazy Horse


How Merck Mercuriadis grew a $1 billion company buying songs by the world's biggest pop artists

Music mogul Merck Mercuriadis is the founder of the Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for SXSW Hipgnosis, headed by Merck Mercuriadis, purchased songs from Shakira and Neil Young. The company is shaking up music publishing with an approach that puts songwriters first. Primarily seeking established artists, Mercuriadis and his team pay huge amounts for song rights. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Owning the rights to your music can be a contentiou...
Tags: Twitter, London, Taylor Swift, Toronto, Trends, Merck, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Shakira, Stevie Nicks, Cnbc, Nile Rodgers, Universal Music Publishing Group, Hipgnosis, Virgin Records, Jeff Kravitz


Hipgnosis’ Merck Mercuriadis Sounds Off in Open Letter: ‘Why Is the Songwriter the Lowest-Paid Person in the Music Industry Economy?’

Hipgnosis Songs, founded by Merck Mercuriadis and launched on the London Stock Exchange in 2018, is one of the most disruptive upstarts in recent music industry history, spending more than $2 billion acquiring catalogs of hitmakers ranging from the Chainsmokers to half of Neil Young’s work, with a foundation in lesser-known but high-earning songwriters and […]
Tags: News, London Stock Exchange, Neil Young, Hipgnosis, Merck Mercuriadis, Hipgnosis Songs


How Chicago’s pandemic downtime turned into a record deal for the longtime band

By Dave Gil de Rubio Contributing Writer When the COVID-19 lockdown slammed the brakes on the entire live music industry, like every other touring act, Chicago and its members were forced to head back to their individual homes and wait out the pandemic storm. For founding member Robert Lamm, this meant beelining to Southern California with Joy Kopko, his wife of 30 years, where the couple sequestered for months. It was both a shock to the system and a welcome respite for Lamm, who has been recor...
Tags: Hollywood, Casinos, New York City, Sport, Chicago, Neil Young, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, San Diego, Bmg, Southern California, Barclays Center, Roll Hall of Fame, Xfinity Center, Joe Thomas


David Crosby says Neil Young 'doesn't really do politics, he does Neil'

In a new interview with The Guardian, David Crosby said that he doesn't "see any future" with former bandmates Graham Nash and Neil Young.        [Author: USA TODAY]
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David Crosby on love, music and rancour: ‘Neil Young is probably the most selfish person I know’

At 80, the superstar musician has survived heroin addiction, illness and tragedy to hit an unprecedented run of musical form. He discusses the joy of fatherhood, the pain of falling out with bandmates – and why Joni Mitchell is still the greatestDavid Crosby has just turned 80. Congratulations, I say. “Thank you, man!” says the great singer-songwriter, trailblazer and trouble-maker. How did he celebrate? “Eighty years old is something you mourn, not celebrate,” he says.But that, it turns out, is...
Tags: Music, World news, US news, Neil Young, Culture, Pop and rock, Joni Mitchell, Crosby, David Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young


Neil Young Says Covid-Era Concerts Are Irresponsible: “These Are Super-Spreader Events”

Neil Young announced last week that he was dropping out of Farm Aid 2021 due to COVID safety concerns. “I don’t want to let anybody down, but still can’t shake the feeling that it might not be safe for everyone. I worry about audiences coming together in these times,” Young wrote. “My soul tells me it would be wrong to risk having anyone die because they wanted to hear music and be with friends.” And now, in another blog post on his official Neil Young Archives website entitled “Concerts And Cov...
Tags: Music, News, Neil Young, Young, Neil Young Archives


The 20 Best Westerns Of All Time

Since the earliest days of cinema, westerns have been one of Hollywood's favorite genres. 1908's "The Great Train Robbery" was one of the most successful early films, while 1939's "Stagecoach" kicked off a golden age of westerns that lasted until the mid-20th century, making stars out of actors like Gary Cooper, James Stewart, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda, Glenn Ford, and Walter Brennan.While thought of as a hallmark of American movies, international westerns grew in popularity, too. European fil...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Washington, Neil Young, Ford, Clint Eastwood, Arizona, Marlon Brando, Stanley Kubrick, Kansas, John Wayne, Beatty, Bill, Jackson


"For all the apparent ease with which their voices blended together and the talk of the ineffable power and artlessness of fraternal harmonising, Phil said..."

"... their singing was a complex, intricate, high-wire act based around diatonic thirds, with his older brother – who tended to sing the leads – very much in charge. 'He’s so good, I have to pay attention every second with my harmonies... It’s like playing tennis with someone who is really great. You can’t let your mind wander for a nanosecond.'... Paul Simon called them 'the most beautiful-sounding duo I ever heard,' Bob Dylan claimed 'we owe these guys everything – they started it all,' while ...
Tags: Music, Law, Paul Simon, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Dell, Keith Richards, Don, Phil, Cathy, Don Everly, Everly Brothers, Ann Althouse, Young Althouse


Harmony, melancholy and the Everly Brothers’ indelible influence

From Neil Young to Keith Richards, a generation of musicians revered Phil and Don’s haunting music• US music star Don Everly dies aged 84Among the hundreds of hours of outtakes from the recording sessions that eventually became the Beatles’ Let It Be album, there is a version of Two of Us, taped on 25 January 1969. As John Lennon and Paul McCartney harmonise, the latter says to the former: “Take it, Phil”, a reference to Phil and Don Everly, the duo upon whom the pair had originally attempted to...
Tags: Music, John Lennon, The Beatles, Neil Young, Culture, Pop and rock, Paul Mccartney, Keith Richards, Mccartney, Lennon, Don, Phil, Don Everly, Everly Brothers, Phil Everly


Devoted to You: the indelible influence of the Everly Brothers

From Neil Young to Keith Richards, a generation of musicians revered Phil and Don’s ambitious music• US music star Don Everly dies aged 84Among the hundreds of hours of outtakes from the recording sessions that eventually became the Beatles’ Let It Be album, there is a version of Two of Us, taped on 25 January 1969. As John Lennon and Paul McCartney harmonise, the latter says to the former: “Take it, Phil”, a reference to Phil and Don Everly, the duo upon whom the pair had originally attempted t...
Tags: Music, John Lennon, The Beatles, Neil Young, Culture, Pop and rock, Paul Mccartney, Keith Richards, Mccartney, Lennon, Don, Phil, Don Everly, Everly Brothers, Phil Everly


Neil Young Drops Out Of Farm Aid: “It Might Not Be Safe For Everyone”

Neil Young has dropped out of Farm Aid 2021 due to COVID safety concerns. Young, who is a co-founder and board member of Farm Aid, was supposed to perform at the festival in Hartford next month alongside Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews, Margo Price, Sturgill Simpson, and more.
Tags: Music, News, Neil Young, Young, Hartford, Farm Aid


Sofia Lainovic “I will Not bother anymore”

Look out for Sofia Lainovic and the song I Will Not Bother Anymore. Fans of alternative, blues and indie rock will enjoy. She has the sultry rasp like Elle King.  The track could fit nicely on Spotify’s New Noise and Indie Rock Club. “There are people in your life that form you, that make you turn into the version of yourself you are today. I’ve been (emotionally) cheated on and lied to by a really important person. This song is for her. And also for everyone who ever treated another one badly...
Tags: Music, Neil Young, Munich, Elle King, Amy, Sofia, Indie Rock, Koar, Marika Hackman, Indie Invaders, Sofia Lainovic


Would it be possible to provide this feature for iPhone (or other music streaming devices)?

I can see that my iPhone allows me to "Reduce Loud Sounds" in the headphones. I can choose the decibel level that I want to be the ceiling. So if I've got the volume set where I want it for a soft part of the music and it's composed or engineered to get loud, my phone intervenes, and protects my ears. Nice. But I don't use that function. I haven't had a problem with soft/loud music. Look, my iPhone keeps track: Seems like I'm "OK." But I want something more specific: the detection and eliminati...
Tags: Iphone, Technology, Law, Neil Young, Hearing, Ann Althouse


Neil Young Plays “Hey, Hey, My, My” with Devo: Watch a Classic Scene from the Improvised Movie Human Highway (1980)

For Neil Young fans, the words “Human Highway” can mean one of three different things, two of which are so unlike the third, it’s as if they came from different artists. First, there’s “Human Highway,” the song, one of Young’s gentle acoustic rags, with Nicolette Larson’s soft vocal harmonies and lots of banjo and fiddle. It landed on 1978’s Comes a Time but debuted five years earlier, nearly becoming the title track for a , a legendary follow-up to Déjà Vu. None of this has anyth...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Film, College, Tim Burton, Neil Young, Dennis Hopper, David Lynch, Cameron Crowe, Young, Hopper, William Morris, Crowe, Neil, Devo, Sally Kirkland


How Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin teamed up to talk Beatles and solo music for Hulu series

The Beatles are likely the most documented, examined and celebrated musicians in books, film and TV of the last 60 years. This fall will bring Paul McCartney’s book “The Lyrics” and the Peter Jackson Disney+ docuseries “Get Back.” Still, when iconic producer Rick Rubin started talking to Paul McCartney, they found the impetus for a new project: “McCartney, 3, 2, 1,” a six-part docuseries on Hulu premiering July 16 in which Rubin and McCartney take apart some of the songwriter’s classics to look...
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Hipgnosis Songs Raises Another $215 Million, Spent $1.1 Billion on Catalogs Last Year

Fast-rising Hipgnosis Songs spent nearly $1.1 billion on 84 song catalogs over the year ended March 31, and raised another $215 million in its recent stock offering on the London Stock Exchange, according to statements released by the company this week. Those catalogs include half of Neil Young’s song catalog, as well as Lindsey Buckingham, […]
Tags: News, London Stock Exchange, Neil Young, Lindsey Buckingham, Merck Mercuriadis, Hipgnosis Songs


Hipgnosis Forecasts Higher Streaming Earnings After Strong Year

(Reuters) - Hipgnosis Songs Fund, the owner of the rights to artists including Neil Young and Shakira, raised its dividend on Monday and said it...
Tags: Neil Young, Shakira, Reuters


When Neil Young & Rick “Super Freak” James Formed the 60’s Motown Band, The Mynah Birds

At the height of Motown’s powers in the 1960s they were setting trends, not chasing them, but even that record company fell under the spell of the British Invasion. Sure, the jukebox R’n’B singles that made their way across the Atlantic were in the DNA of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and the Who, but in the mid’60’s the label decided they needed a beat group of their own. That’s how one of the weirdest tales of pop music unfolded, and would have stayed a tiny footnote if it weren’t for t...
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Boxed Set Explores ‘Deja Vu’ All Over Again: Album Review

A boxed set can include dozens or even hundreds of unreleased tracks, never-before-seen photos and copious historical liner notes, but sometimes it really only needs one raison d’etre to justify its sprawling existence. With Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s new five-disc “Déjà Vu: 50th Anniversary Edition,” for me, that one singularly validating factor is the […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Cameron Crowe, Album Reviews, Graham Nash, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Nash Young, Crosby Stills Nash amp, Crosby Stills Nash & Young


The Age Of Human-Centric B2B Brands

B2B enterprise has always felt like a second cousin to popular consumer brands like Pepsi, Apple, Nike and Beyoncé. B2B markets are more niche, their budgets typically smaller and B2B products and services are not always influenced by popular media. This has resulted in B2B brands assuming a second class status that is not always accurate. In truth, the wall between consumer and B2B has been dissolving for years. Blendtec threw ridiculous objects into their industrial blenders and chopped wei...
Tags: CMO, Neil Young, Pixar, Branding, Blendtec, Patrick Hanlon, Brand Research Brand Strategy Brand Licensing, Business to Business (B2B, Andeer, Pepsi Apple Nike, YouTube Salesforce, Mark Andeer, Rawcube, Blake Project Helps B2B Brands Craft


Al Schmitt, Grammy-winning music producer, dies at 91

By Hillel Italie | Associated Press NEW YORK — Twenty-time Grammy winner Al Schmitt, whose extraordinary career as a recording engineer and producer included albums by Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and many other of the top performers of the past 60 years, has died at age 91. Schmitt’s family announced on Facebook that he died Monday, without identifying a specific cause. Schmitt lived in the Los Angeles area. A relative, who did not want to be identified, confirmed Schmitt’s death to Th...
Tags: Facebook, New York, News, Navy, Los Angeles, Sport, Neil Young, Soccer, Brooklyn, Obituaries, Paul Mccartney, Brian Wilson, Manhattan, Madonna, Obituary, Associated Press


Video- The Vancouver Canucks With An Incredible 3-2 OT Win Over The Toronto Maple Leafs

from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun, To twist an old Neil Young song, rust never sleeps. The Vancouver Canucks, three weeks after COVID-19 halted their season, far back in the playoff race and with many of their players still out or ailing, gave the fully charged Maple Leafs all they could handle Sunday night at Rogers Arena. Braden Holtby, who was having a sub-par year before the COVID outbreak, denied the best Leaf shooters much of the night as the Canucks won 3-2 in overtime. ...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Neil Young, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Canucks, Braden Holtby, Rogers Arena, Hyman, Alex Edler, Edler, Sheldon Keefe, Lance Hornby


‘Record companies have me on a dartboard’: the man making millions buying classic hits

Hit songs can be a better investment than gold – and by snapping up the rights, Merck Mercuriadis has become the most disruptive force in musicMerck Mercuriadis had a good Christmas. On Christmas Day, the No 1 song in the UK was LadBaby’s Don’t Stop Me Eatin’, a novelty cover version of Journey’s 1981 soft-rock anthem Don’t Stop Believin’. It replaced Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You, which had topped the chart 26 years after its original release. Both songs are unkillable, evergre...
Tags: Spotify, Business, Music, UK, Technology, Media, Internet, Music Industry, Neil Young, Netflix, Culture, Bob Dylan, Sony, Music Streaming, Fleetwood Mac, Mark Ronson


What's New on Amazon Prime Video in March 2021

The television adaptation of horror comic The Walking Dead is expected to come to a close in 2022 at the end of its 11th season—an impressive stretch that has nothing on the comic’s 17-year, 193-issue run. But throughout much of that time, franchise creator Robert Kirkman was plugging away at another lengthy graphic…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Films, Amazon Prime, Neil Young, Lifehacks, Jack, Dorothy, Paramount, Eddie Murphy, Dorothea Lange, Tyler Perry, Robert Kirkman, Brad Meltzer, Cady Stanton, Prime Video, Susan B


Amazon Prime Video March 2021 Movie and TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video March 2021 movie and TV titles announced As the month of February begins to come to a close, Amazon Prime Video has unveiled its full list of film and TV titles set to stream in March, including the long-awaited Coming 2 America, the animated series adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible and more! The full list can be viewed below! RELATED: New to Hulu March 2021: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB ...
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New to Hulu March 2021: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going

New to Hulu March 2021: All the movies & shows coming & going The schedule for the new movie and TV titles coming to Hulu in March 2021 has been revealed, which you can view below along with the titles that are set to leave the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of new seasons of shows such as the Hulu original animated comedy Solar Opposites Season 2 and the complete third season of Nat Geo’s Genius: Aretha. Next month will also see the streaming premiere of the action ...
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How mogul Merck Mercuriadis bought songs by Shakira, Neil Young, and Taylor Swift to grow a $1 billion company

Music mogul Merck Mercuriadis is the founder of the Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for SXSW Hipgnosis, headed by Merck Mercuriadis, recently purchased songs from Shakira and Neil Young.  The company is shaking up music publishing with an approach that puts songwriters first.  Primarily seeking established artists, Mercuriadis and his team pay huge amounts for song rights. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Owning the rights to your music can be a c...
Tags: Twitter, Publishing, London, Taylor Swift, Entertainment, International, Careers, Toronto, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Merck, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Rights, Shakira