AXS TV’s Music High 5 is your week’s music news fit into 5 minutes!
Did you have tickets to have any shows that were canceled this year? COVID has musicians quitting the business for good. Plus, Snoop Dogg has a new Gin, Farm Aid returns, #Woodstock hits the “big” screen, and the CMA Country Music Association award nominations are in! Here is your weeks worth of music news in 5 minutes!
Here’s this week’s rundown:
Oasis will be marking the 25th anniversary of their album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? with a limited edition vinyl reissue.
Poison frontman, Bret Michaels, has listed his Los Angeles area home for sale for $4.49 million./li>
According to R Kelly’s lawyers, the singer was nearly stabbed with a pen recently during an attack by a fellow inmate.
The Country Music Association has announced the nominations for the 2020 CMA Awards.
Farm Aid will be celebrating its 35th anniversary with a virtual festival on AXS TV.
Netflix is releasing a documentary on Woodstock 1999 to celebrate the 30th anniversary.
Snoop Dogg is releasing his own line of gin.
A new survey found that 64% of professional musicians are thinking of quitting music because of the pandemic and the loss of 87% of their booking.
Get all the details on what went down this week in music news above!