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The Current Music News podcast

The Current Music News

In about ten minutes a day, hosts Jay Gabler and Jade put music industry headlines in context, share breaking news about upcoming releases, and surprise listeners with strange-but-true stories. Entertaining, conversational, and informative, The Current Music News is an essential daily listen for fans of all genres of music to catch up on the news that matters about today’s most essential artists.

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Thomas Abban – “Sinner” Fresh off news that he’s signed with RCA, Thomas Abban releases an acoustic live video of “Sinner,” the only track from A Sheik’s Legacy to get a radio remix before its re-release. Chance York & Big Cats! – “Deep Dark Hope” Chance York & Big Cats! recruit a host of friends, including Lydia…

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Friday was a big night for the Minnesota Orchestra players -- maybe the most significant concert of the five they had planned in South Africa -- as they played at the Regina Mundi Church in Soweto. Dessa was there to capture the scene.