Music Biz Headlines: June 7, 2017

When Punk met Glam at Max's Kansas City

Scenesters recall the glory days of CBGB's rival haunt, captured on a newly reissued compilation — Rolling Stone

A call for more female-led record labels

Victoria Hesketh, who performs as Little Boots, walked away from a major deal and started her own imprint in 2013 —Coco Khan, The Guardian

Guelph's musical councillor to compose piece to help celebrate Canada's 150th

Celebratory night will feature a number of local choirs combining as one — Guelph Today

Listening to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band for the very first time

A young writer tries to evaluate a 50-year-old classic Beatles after her first full exposure — Emily Fearon, Toronto Star

Rodney Bingenheimer says farewell to 'Rodney on the ROQ' after 40 years

The LA music scene legend certainly isn’t retiring though — LA Times

Gregg Allman Honored With Tribute Performance After Funeral

The singer's Allman Brothers bandmates jam in his honour in Macon, GA —Jem Aswad, Variety

10-time Grammy-winner Bonnie Raitt learned her craft from country-blues artists

The singer-songwriter, who will return to the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on June 9, says she wasn't aware of how much impact she’s made during her career  — Nick Krewen, Toronto Star

These days, Céline Dion is revered—a notion that would have been absurd just a decade ago

How did the superstar become cool ?  — Carl Wilson, Maclean's

Partner’s music merges technical prowess with slacker predispositions

Everyone loves power chords, claim the fast-rising NB duo — Josh O'Kane, The Globe and Mail

Jimmy Buffett's Escape To Margaritaville musical is heading to Broadway

Opening next March, it'll mix old faves and new tunes —

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