Today in Music News 9.2.16
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- Researchers at the University of St. Andrews began studying the science of earworms, and they discovered something classic rock fans already know: Queen made very addictive songs. Queen finished with three of the Top 10 earworms of all time, including the No. 1 spot with We Will Rock You.
- Last year, Ringo Starr auctioned off his rare copy of the Beatles‘ White Album. It’s now been named the most expensive vinyl record ever sold at auction. It was sold for $790,000.
- The former drummer for AC/DC, Phil Rudd has confirmed that sometime within the last couple weeks, he suffered a heart attack. He has made a full recovery after having a stent inserted.
- Crosby, Stills & Nash fans thought they spotted a glimmer of hope in Graham Nash‘s recent “you never know” response to the idea of a reunion. Turns out Nash rejected that notion out of hand when approached by TMZ. As fans are no doubt already aware, Nash is currently feuding with longtime partner Crosby, and has vowed that they’ll never work together again.
We are all very happy Phil Rudd is better now!
SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock