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30 SEPTEMBER 2012.- Faith Hill becomes the first country artist to debut a song on Twitter when she posts “American Heart.”

29 SEPTEMBER 2017.- A statue of Jimmy Bain by Colin Cairns Ford is unveiled in the bass player’s hometown of Dunbar, Scotland.

28 SEPTEMBER 2016.- Lily Allen’s wish to have the man of her dreams throw her over his shoulder and carry her off comes true when she drinks herself into a stupor at the Notting Hill Carnival.

25 SEPTEMBER 2012.- Two con artists, Alpha Lorenzo Walker and Tamara Diaz, are sentenced to 292 days in jail and 3 years’ probation after an attempt to blackmail Stevie Wonder. The pair had somehow obtained or created a video portraying Wonder in a negative light and were demanding $5 million under threat of releasing it […]

24 SEPTEMBER 2014.- George Hilliard (of the Philadelphia soul group The Tymes) dies at age 73.

23 SEPTEMBER 2008.- Tom Delonge of Angels & Airwaves joins Rivers Cuomo on stage to sing “Undone – The Sweater Song” as Weezer opens their “Troublemaker” tour in Lowell, Massachusetts.

22 SEPTEMBER 2018.- Paul McCartney’s album Egypt Station hits #1 in America, his first chart-topper on that tally since Tug of War in 1982.

21 SEPTEMBER 2017.- To thwart low payouts on YouTube, Post Malone releases a version of his latest single, “Rockstar,” that is just the chorus looped five times. Comments are disabled, and users are offered a link to hear the full version on more profitable platforms.

20 SEPTEMBER 2014.- Lauryn Hill turns up an hour-and-a-half late for her show at the Brixton Academy, performs speeded-up remixes of her songs, and is booed by the crowd.

19 SEPTEMBER 2016.- Tom Waits and wife/collaborator Kathleen Brennan, along with John Prine, receive the PEN Lyric Award Prize, given in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

18 SEPTEMBER 2013.- Roger Pope (frequent drummer for Elton John) dies of cancer in Southampton, England, at age 66, just hours after marrying his longtime companion, Sue Tresidder.

17 SEPTEMBER 2014.- Country singer George Hamilton IV dies at age 77. A fixture on the country chart throughout the ’60s and ’70s, he hit #1 with “Abilene” in 1963.

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