Eminem won an Academy Award… and slept through the ceremony while at home watching cartoons with his daughter.
There is a song SO relaxing that authorities would prefer that you don’t listen to it while driving.
There exists a song composed solely for stress testing auto-pianos, and is not remotely playable by humans – Circus Galop.
There is a virtual pop star named Hatsune Miku in Japan that performs as a hologram in live concerts. She has also performed in Los Angeles, CA.
Dexter Holland, the lead singer for The Offspring, was a Ph.D. candidate in molecular biology.
Google offers free legal download of music in China, in a partnership with the largest record labels in the world (since 2009). All of this while they sue children for illegally sharing music in the western world.
Hip hop music originated in medieval Scottish pubs, claims American professor.
Because of noise ordinance laws in Europe, club owners have created “silent disco’s” where club goers listen to music through headphones.
David Bowie was using so much cocaine in 1975 that he can’t remember recording Station to Station, one of his most acclaimed works.
In 1996, a man broke into a New Zealand radio station, held the manager hostage, and his demand was for the station to play “Rainbow Connection” by Kermit the frog nonstop.