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#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Dec. 17

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Paul McCartney and Emma Stone - PHOTO COURTESY OF NASTY LITTLE MAN
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  • Paul McCartney and Emma Stone

Every Monday, CP staff writer Jordan Snowden wraps up the weekend in local and national music news with #MusicMonday. Here's what happened in the past couple of days.

Local

J.I.D.’s Catch Me If You Can tour makes a stop in Pittsburgh on March 9, and it’s selling out fast. Make Sure You Have Fun released the remaining tickets for sale this morning.


New Music Alert! Livefromthecity released “Online Shopping" this weekend, a raging bass-heavy track about, you guessed it, online shopping.


Feeling lucky? Gospel-tinged, retro-soul band St. Paul & The Broken Bones perform at Stage AE Feb. 19, and WYEP is giving away tickets.




Listen to an alternative, live version of Wreck Loose’s latest single, “Trapped in the Basement,” recorded at Music Garden Studios.


National/International

“Who Cares” a short musical film starring Emma Stone and Paul McCartney, premiered today on Apple Music. The song is the newest single from McCartney’s Egypt Station and was reimagined as a short Shot on 65mm Kodak Film with Panavision Cameras featuring an anti-bullying message.



Ahead of his new album, Championships, Meek Mill took to Twitter for #AskMeek, where he answered questions about his time in prison, the upcoming release, and more.


Old or new, nothing is off-limits for SNL writers, who dedicated an entire skit to the love of Weezer.


And Weezer? They loved it.


Well, that's it for today. See you in the New Year!

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