THURSDAY 5 MAY 2016
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Apple is planning a significant overhaul of its streaming music service as the set-up approaches its first birthday, with plans to unveil a string of changes at the tech giant's Worldwide Developers Conference in June. This according to sources who have spoken to Bloomberg. Apple execs - chiefly VP of iTunes International Oliver Schusser - previously admitted just... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Norwegian musician Moddi has recorded an English language version of Pussy Riot's 'Punk Prayer'. It is, he reckons, the first time the song has been translated into English. As much previously reported, a performance of 'Punk Prayer' inside a Moscow church in 2012 was what got three members of the Russian protest group jailed on charges of 'hooliganism motivated... [READ MORE]
 
CMU PODCAST: CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including Warner Music and the indie labels' opposition to Sony/ATV becoming wholly owned by Sony Corp, ATP's latest cancellation, the continued question over YouTube's position in hell, and the man taking Kanye West to court over a tweet. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital... [LISTEN HERE]
TOP STORIES Significant Apple Music revamp in the pipeline ahead of first anniversary
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LEGAL Kesha moves to replace Mark Geragos as lawyer
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Alison Wenham to leave AIM
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES SoundCloud employs Global Radio's DAX for UK ad sales
LyricFind signs licensing deal with SyncPower
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ARTIST NEWS Prince's staff called drug addiction specialist the day before his death, says lawyer
Beyonce speaks out against North Carolina's 'bathroom bill'
MIA completes "last LP", warns Americans they might not hear it
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ONE LINERS Beatport, Cür Media, Pharrell action figure
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AND FINALLY... Thousand of AC/DC fans damn excited by ticket refund offer
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AEI MEDIA - MUSIC PUBLICIST (LONDON)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and passionate music publicist to work in-house at AEI Media across our variety of global music brands and artists. We are looking for an independent, well-rounded individual with a strong creative streak and passion for electronic music, a nose for a unique story and a strong contact base.

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[PIAS] ARTIST & LABEL SERVICES - LABEL MANAGER (LONDON)
[PIAS] Artist & Label Services is looking for a new Label Manager to join the team. The successful candidate will have the proven experience and understanding of sales, marketing and distribution necessary to navigate the challenges of the modern music business, allied to a sound grasp of both physical and digital routes to market.

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EGG LONDON - DIGITAL MARKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
Egg London is one of London's most established clubbing venues. We are currently looking for a Digital Marketing Manager to join our team in the Egg London office.

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OUTPOST MEDIA - SUPERSTAR PR ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
Fast growing music PR agency is looking for a sharp Account Manager who loves PR and takes pride in doing a superstar job. You will require an encyclopedic music knowledge, a passion for clubs and gigs and be obsessed with popular youth culture.

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LISTEN UP - SENIOR PRESS MANAGER (LONDON)
Listen Up provides a bespoke 360 promotional service offering radio, club, online and print campaigns in the UK and worldwide, consistently delivering results to clients in a diverse range of musical genres.

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BIGBOX - PART TIME JUNIOR PR ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Bigbox are currently looking for a part-time Junior PR Assistant to join us three days a week. This is a junior role, ideal for anyone looking to take the first steps in music PR and really get to grips with the inner workings of a press team.

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LIVE NATION - EVENT TICKETING MANAGER (LONDON)
Live Nation Music UK is seeking a London-based Event Ticketing Manager to maximise ticket sales for Live Nation events by providing effective ticketing information and advice; and proactively managing inventory, ticket agents and allocations.

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PROPELLER RECORDINGS - RADIO PLUGGER (LONDON)
We are recruiting a new radio plugger to join our expanding PR department. Working with both internal label and external clients, you will have a proven track record in national radio promotion and online PR experience is a plus.

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FABRIC - COMMUNICATIONS & PRESS OFFICER (LONDON)
Fabric is looking for a self-motivated and proactive individual to join the press and promotions team as communications officer. Their main role will be to create and maintain the content across our communications channels and play a key role in the implementation of our marketing and press campaigns.

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ROBOMAGIC - OFFICE ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Due to expansion we are recruiting an office assistant to complement our existing team. The role would suit a second jobber who has worked within the music industry ideally the live sector.

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!K7 LABEL GROUP - INTERNATIONAL SALES & MARKETING MANAGER (BERLIN)
The !K7 Label Group is looking for an experienced sales and marketing professional to help direct, implement and manage robust sales campaign and marketing strategies across multiple artist and label projects for both our in-house and partner labels.

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YOUR ARMY - ARTIST MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Your Army are offering a full time position working in our artist management division. The ideal candidate will have experience of working within a management company and an independent record label.

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RENEGADE MUSIC - PROMOTIONS ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Renegade Music are currently looking for a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual to assist our small team in all areas of club, student and retail promotions, based in our riverside offices in Barnes, London.

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A guide to upcoming events from and involving CMU, including seminars, masterclasses and conference sessions from CMU Insights and workshops from CMU:DIY, plus other events where CMU journalists are speaking or moderating.
 
6 May 2016 CMU Insights @ Canadian Music Week 2016
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19-20 May 2016 CMU Insights @ The Great Escape 2016
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21 May 2016 CMU:DIY x The Great Escape 2016
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kicks off 6 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminars Programme: How The Music Business Works
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6 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Making Money From Music
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13 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Rights Work
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15 Jun 2016 CMU Masterclass: Music Business Explained - For Brands
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20 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: How Music Licensing Works
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27 Jun 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: The Music Rights Sector
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4 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Merch, Live & Brands
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6 Jul 2016 CMU Masterclass: Navigating The Digital Market
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11 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fanbase - Social Media Tools
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18 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fanbase - Music Media
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25 Jul 2016 CMU Insights Seminar: Building A Fan-Orientated Business
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Significant Apple Music revamp in the pipeline ahead of first anniversary
Apple is planning a significant overhaul of its streaming music service as the set-up approaches its first birthday, with plans to unveil a string of changes at the tech giant's Worldwide Developers Conference in June. This according to sources who have spoken to Bloomberg.

Apple execs - chiefly VP of iTunes International Oliver Schusser - previously admitted just a few months after Apple Music launched last summer that there was still a lot of work to do to make the streaming service truly magnificent, the much hyped app having received mixed reviews around launch.

Of course the Apple streaming do dah entered the market very much in the spotlight, whereas most start-up services have had time to evolve, with just the real early-adopters on board, before becoming subject to widespread scrutiny. Though Apple Music was basically a rework of Beats Music. Which was basically a rework of MOG. So Apple wasn't entirely starting from scratch.

Bloomberg's sources reckon that the revamp will set out to make the Apple Music application more user-friendly, and to better integrate the iTunes and Apple Music services, for those who continue to use the app to mainly buy and play downloads rather than subscribe and stream. The more-hype-than-listeners Beats 1 radio channel will also likely get its Beats 2 and 3 sister stations.

The Bloomberg story reckons that, aside from the challenge of putting a new music service live amidst such incredible hype last year, Apple Music also suffered from a culture clash between the core Apple team and the music industry expertise that came to the company via its mega-bucks acquisition of the aforementioned Beats.

Though the revamp also has reps from both sides of that deal in leadership positions, Apple's Robert Kondrk and Beats' chief creative man, ie Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor, spearheading the project under Apple's Eddy Cue and one-time Beats supremo Jimmy Iovine.

It remains to be seen just how different Apple Music v2 really is, and whether it enjoys more universal praise than v1. Though it is worth remembering that, despite Bloomberg saying that it was the Apple/Beats culture clash that "created a product that many critics say doesn't meet Apple's own lofty standards", Apple's software products rarely operate at the same standard as the tech firm's hardware and operating systems.

The reported Apple Music revamp follows that recent financial report from the IT giant that revealed the first dip in overall revenues since 2003, but a rise in income from service products, suggesting that platforms like the streaming music app are becoming more key to the Apple Inc business, rather than being just add-ons to upsell devices.

Quite how successful Apple Music has been in terms of signing up users and driving new revenue is of debate. In the context of the streaming music market, the 13 million+ sign ups so far is damn impressive. Though in the context of the Apple user-base - and the reach of the existing iTunes platform - possibly less so.

Bloomberg quote New York-based analyst Colin Gillis as saying "Apple Music is underwhelming", adding that he reckons the company should have converted more former iTunes downloaders to the streaming business by now.

Whether or not you set the same ambitious targets for Apple's streaming service - and at least a few in the music industry did prior its launch - it will be interesting to see if all-new Apple Music is [a] less shit and [b] delivers the shit.

Kesha moves to replace Mark Geragos as lawyer
Kesha has filed court documents to replace Mark Geragos, the celebrity lawyer who has to date been representing her in the legal dispute with producer Dr Luke. In his place, she requests that law firm O'Melveny & Myers be listed as her lead counsel.

Geragos, who has previously represented clients including OJ Simpson, Michael Jackson and Chris Brown, has been accused of making a number of questionable moves during this case. Not least implying on Twitter that Dr Luke raped Lady Gaga, claims she denied, and which led to a further defamation action being launched by the producer.

The complicated, multi-state legal battle between Kesha and her long-timer collaborator Luke has mostly been focussed on proceedings in New York so far, where Dr Luke's countersuit against Kesha is being heard. She originally sued him in California, but New York proceedings were prioritised because of the jurisdiction of contracts signed between the two parties. The Californian case has been put on hold awaiting the outcome of the NY case.

The New York court battle has not been moving in Kesha's favour so far. Two attempts to have her temporarily released from her contract with Luke's Sony-controlled label have been denied and last month much of her case against the producer was dismissed by the court.

Meanwhile, last week Kesha's mother Pebe Sebert also dropped Gerago as her legal representation, as she voluntarily dismissed her own Nashville-based claims of intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress against Luke.

Also last week, Kesha released her first new music since her case against Luke began, recording a new version of Zedd's 'True Colors'. Still bound to her deals with Luke's companies, it was released in conjunction with his Kemosabe imprint and with his consent.

Alison Wenham to leave AIM
Alison Wenham has announced that she is leaving her role as CEO of the UK's Association Of Independent Music after seventeen years in the job, in order to become Chief Executive of the World Independent Network.

WIN, the global grouping for indie labels, has, until now, been a loose group administered by AIM, but it will now spin off to become its own trade body to represent independent music companies worldwide. Wenham will make the move to become fulltime WIN boss once a successor has been found for AIM.

"As the music marketplace becomes ever more global it is time for the worldwide independent music community to focus its collective attention on the big issues affecting all of us", says Wenham.

"I am extraordinarily proud of our achievements at AIM, which I know will continue to effectively represent and help the UK's independent music companies, but I am relishing the challenge of taking on this new position at WIN and representing our sector on a global level. The music industry continues to evolve at a pace and it is vital that our membership has a voice and a place at the top table when decisions affecting the livelihoods of independent music companies and the artists they represent are being decided".

One of AIM's co-founders, Beggars Group chief Martin Mills adds: "Alison has been a force of nature in the growth of AIM, to the extent that it is impossible to imagine the UK record industry without it. However, we live in a global business, and her guidance is now needed on a broader canvas. Happily, AIM has grown to the point where, with the identification of a new Chief Executive and the continuing work of its experienced and skilled management and staff, we can be confident in its continuing success and growth as a core member of WIN".

WIN made its biggest mark to date in the battle with YouTube over threats to block indie labels and musicians from its platform if they did not sign up to the then in development Music Key service. This in part led to the launch of WIN's Fair Deals Declaration.

SoundCloud employs Global Radio's DAX for UK ad sales
SoundCloud has employed the Global Radio-owned Digital Audio Exchange to deliver adverts to its platform in the UK and Ireland. It has also hired David Couch, formerly of Global's Capital FM, as its Head Of Sales.

As previously reported, SoundCloud launched its SoundCloud Go subscription service and On SoundCloud ad platform in the UK and Ireland earlier this week, following Go's US launch in March. This means that for £10 a month, users can remove ads from the site and access extra premium content. Though for the majority of free users, ads are going to become part of the SoundCloud experience moving forward, which means someone's gotta sell some bloody adverts. Enter Global's audio ads platform.

"DAX is growing at a phenomenal rate to keep pace with the demand in the market", says Global's Chief Commercial Officer Mike Gordon. "As more and more people spend time listening to digital audio, many advertisers have been quick to recognise the opportunity to reach these highly engaged audiences".

He continues: "We targeted SoundCloud as an ideal partner we wanted to work with right at the beginning when we were developing the DAX platform. This is a huge milestone and a great testament to the success of DAX that the biggest audio streaming platform in the world is now a partner".

DAX currently offers adverts across Global and Bauer's radio networks. At launch, SoundCloud is carrying adverts from Squarespace and TuneCore, with more expected soon.

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LyricFind signs licensing deal with SyncPower
Japanese online lyrics service SyncPower recently confirmed a deal with LyricFind which will see the latter provide the former with licensed lyrics from outside Japan. This will allow SyncPower to launch its PetitePlayer software worldwide.

"We are excited and honoured to be working with SyncPower to further expand the international field of lyric licensing around the globe", said LyricFind VP Sales Roy Hennig.

Meanwhile SyncPower's President, Masakazu Tomita, added: "Our collaboration with LyricFind has allowed us to launch our music lyric apps and services on a global level, which has been a long-pending plan for us. Maximising the experience and know-how of our services in the Japanese music market, we will expect to be able to distribute more lyrics to more users in cooperation with LyricFind".

SyncPower is a leading player in the digital lyrics market in Japan, but - as Tomita said - this deal will enable it to expand its ambitions further afield.

  Approved: Moddi – Punk Prayer
Norwegian musician Moddi has recorded an English language version of Pussy Riot's 'Punk Prayer'. It is, he reckons, the first time the song has been translated into English.

As much previously reported, a performance of 'Punk Prayer' inside a Moscow church in 2012 was what got three members of the Russian protest group jailed on charges of 'hooliganism motivated by religious hatred'. One of the three, Yekaterina Samutsevich, was released later that year, while the other two were freed sometime later by Vladimir Putin as part of a Christmas amnesty.

Moddi's version of the song is taken from an album titled 'Unsongs', which features cover versions of twelve tracks that were banned or suppressed.

"It's one of the smartest lyrics that I have ever read", he says of 'Punk Prayer'. "Pussy Riot were imprisoned for religious hatred, but their performance of 'Punk Prayer' never sought to criticise religion. Rather, it speaks about corruption at the very top of the Russian Orthodox church, and about its close ties to Vladimir Putin. It is telling about the power of the Russian propaganda apparatus when a chorus that goes 'Holy Mary, drive Putin away!' can be presented - and even convicted - as blasphemy".

Shooting the video for his version of the song, Moddi also ran into trouble with it. "I was afraid that my interpretation would take it too far into the acceptable form of a psalm", he says. However, attempting to film in Norway's most northern King Oscar II Chapel, 500 metres from the Russian border, he was told that the lyrics were nevertheless "unfit for the Lord's house".

"It was freezing, but reassuring", he says of his defiant performance of the song in -5° temperature on the church's steps. You can make of that what you will, but Moddi himself says: "It proved that I still had the forbidden core of the song intact. It is still bannable. The most important thing about 'Unsongs' is not the songs themselves, but the stories they contain. I have chosen twelve stories that I believe deserve to be heard".

'Unsongs' is due for release later this year. Here's the video for 'Punk Prayer' now.

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Prince's staff called drug addiction specialist the day before his death, says lawyer
Prince's staff had requested support for the musician from a drug addiction specialist the day before he died, it has been reported.

Dr Howard Kornfeld was called on Wednesday 20 Apr and told that Prince "was dealing with a grave medical emergency", a lawyer representing the Kornfeld family has said to the Star Tribune. Unable to attend himself, Kornfled sent his son Andrew to outline a treatment programme that his father would implement at a later date.

When he arrived the next morning he was told that Prince was missing and joined the search for him. It was Andrew Kornfeld who then reportedly made the 911 call when the musician was found slumped in a lift.

As previously reported, it has been claimed that Prince had an addiction to pain medication Percocet, which he began taking for hip pain some years previously. It has also been claimed that an overdose was the reason his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing just days before his death.

Elsewhere in Prince news, after Minnesota bank the Bremer Trust was appointed to administer his estate last week, the musician's vault of unreleased music was reportedly drilled open. Exact plans for the music contained within are unknown, but it is likely that some or all of it will be released over time.

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Beyonce speaks out against North Carolina's 'bathroom bill'
Beyonce has become the latest musician to speak out against North Carolina's so called 'bathroom bill'. Rather than boycott the state entirely, as some artists have done, Beyonce published a statement against the anti-transgender law as her tour arrived in the city of Raliegh.

As previously reported, artists including Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam have cancelled shows in North Carolina, over the Public Facilities Privacy And Security Act. Becoming law last month, the act forces transgender people to use public toilets based on the gender they were born into, rather than that with which they now identify.

Other acts, such as Mumford & Sons, Cyndi Lauper and Laura Jane Grace, performed in the state but spoke out against the law, as Beyonce has now done.

"As The Formation World Tour makes its stop in the Tar Heel state in the midst of such a controversial time, we think it is important for us to bring attention to those who are committed to being good and carrying on the message of equality in this core of controversy", said the singer in a statement.

"Among the many organisations doing the good work to get this bill overturned, there is Equality NC, a local organisation dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer North Carolinians".

The singer then encouraged fans to fight the controversial law by "donating, volunteering, becoming an ambassador, attending an event, or simply spreading the word".

Read Beyonce's full statement here.

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MIA completes "last LP", warns Americans they might not hear it
MIA has completed what she says is her "last LP". Although US fans shouldn't get too excited about a tour in support of the album, as she doesn't think she'll be let in again. She's not that confident the album will be released in North America at all actually. I probably shouldn't have mentioned it. Sorry Americans.

"I am handing my last LP in to my American label this week", she tweeted. "It'll be up to them if it's released. I don't have visa [for the] States to promote or speak!"

"Can't tour the US without a visa", she continued. "Might have to start writing songs for DJ Khaled and Selena Gomez to get heard".

I love it when a plan comes together. Well, whatever, here's some recent-ish MIA music to listen to while we wait to see what happens.

Beatport, Cür Media, Pharrell action figure

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• An auction for Beatport was due to take place today, but has now been pushed back to 26 May. The dance music-focused digital music platform is being sold off as part of owner SFX's bankruptcy restructuring.

• Fledgling mid-market streaming service Cür Media has appointed former CEO of Universal Music US's distribution division Jim Urie to the roles of interim President, interim CEO and Chairman. Sounds like a lot of work. "Tremendous", says Urie.

• Trinity Mirror has announced that its bold decision to launch a brand new daily print title into the UK newspaper market – The New Day - has been so successful that it's shutting the whole thing down on Friday after just nine weeks in business. So not at all successful then. Assuming a brand new newspaper can actually be assessed for success in just two months.

• Alicia Keys has got a new single out called 'In Common'. "We are all kind of messed up and that's all right", she says of the inspiration for the song. "In fact, that's what helps us understand each other. To me, that's is what is so beautiful".

• DJ Shadow has released a video for recent single 'The Mountain Will Fall'.

• The Joy Formidable have released a new single, 'Hitch', ahead of their UK tour, which kicks off this Saturday.

• William Tyler's shared another new track from his upcoming 'Modern Country' album. This is 'Kingdom Of Jones'.

• Brodka's released a new track, 'Santa Muerte'. It's all about cultivating a positive relationship with death. Make friends here.

• Årabrot have released a video for new single 'The Gospel', which you can have a watch of here.

• Emika will premiere her first symphony at Funkhaus in Berlin on 27 May, as part of Music Tech Fest.

• Kanye West is getting a Webby Award for "changing the cultural paradigm of how music is shared, released, presented and consumed" with his 'The Life Of Pablo' album. So let that be a lesson to you.

• If you're nothing like me, then you'll regularly get upset that you don't have a Pharrell Williams action figure. Well dry your eyes, my friend.

Thousand of AC/DC fans damn excited by ticket refund offer
Presumably aware that the decision to put Axl Rose on vocals was likely to divide the room, promoters of the upcoming AC/DC shows gave fans the option to get themselves a refund, they having bought the tickets expecting to hear long-term frontman Brian Johnson on vocals like normal.

And, according to Belgian newspaper De Standaard, about 7000 fans said "fuck yeah I'll take that refund" from just the band's 16 May date at the country's Werchter Festivalpark. The deadline for demanding a refund to the Live Nation promoted show was last Monday, with a thousand of the returned tickets going to fans on a waiting list, and the rest going on general release.

As previously reported, Johnson had to stand down from AC/DC's touring activity after being told further arena and stadium shows could result in complete hearing loss. Some have criticised the band for the way they have announced Johnson's retirement from live performance and Rose's subsequent recruitment.

And that includes comedian Jim Breur, a friend of Johnson, who blamed AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Angus Young for the way the band handled the change in frontman.

Comparing Johnson and the band's respective statements on the matter, Bruer told the Talk Toomey podcast, according to Blabbermouth: "It seemed like, at the end, when it was all said and done, Brian came off very classy, and Angus came off cold, like Walmart just replacing a cashier... like he's replacing a cashier".

 
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