Keith Richards heard the riff to “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” in a dream. He woke up, played the riff on a tape recorder and mumbled “I can’t get no satisfaction” and went back to sleep.
A man developed a passionate love for the music of Johnny Cash after being implanted with a brain stimulation device.
According to a study by the British Academy of Sound Therapy the song Weightless by Marconi Union is the most relaxing song ever.
Britney Spears’ music is used by the British Navy to scare off Somali pirates.
Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon earnings were invested in a floating restaurant, a fudge-making hotel, a computer game, a film nobody saw, a skateboard company, a car hire business, and a children’s shoe factory. All complete failures. They fled to France as tax exiles and recorded The Wall.
A shopping mall in Australia is using classical music to stop teenagers from loitering.
There is a metal band called Hatebeak whose lead singer is an African grey parrot.
When Andrew Lloyd Weber was writing the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera”, a kitten climbed on his digital piano and deleted the entire score.
5% of the population is indifferent to music, showing no physical or emotional response.
A McDonald’s in Mount Annan, Sydney Austrailia has been playing classical music on purpose to force teenagers off of its premises at late night
Composer Sun Ra once performed for catatonics and schizophrenics. One broke a years-long silence to ask him “Do you call that music?”
Mattel filed a lawsuit against Aqua’s record claiming that their hit song “Barbie Girl” damaged their Barbie brand. After finding MCA Records not guilty, the Judge concluded his opinion by writing “The parties are advised to chill.”