Your daily dose of national music news for Tuesday, July 6, 2009...
- Is the idea of getting a t-shirt, a 7" single and a 12" LP enough for you to spend $60 for a three-month subscription? Jack White certainly hopes so--his label Third Man launched a subscription service.
- Apparently teenage angst and a sweet, dance-y beats can only take you so far creatively. Two members of Panic at the Disco have left the band. Somewhere, a depressed tween will be crying into her Miley Cyrus pillow.
- Jeff Tweedy finally opens up about the death of former Wilco member and collaborator Jay Bennett.
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