Thursday Morning Music News: Hank Jr. gets the axe, Bob Seger comes to St. Louis and Steve Jobs, Bert Jansch and Sylvia Robinson pass on

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Steve Jobs 1955-2011. He wasn’t a musician but he changed music forever.

Bob Seger is set to play St. Louis on his current tour. Official announcement coming this afternoon.

Listen to PS I Love You cover Rush.

What movies inspired Zola Jesus’ new album? Flavorpill has the answer.

RIP Bert Jansch, one of the greats of acoustic guitar.

Under the Radar reviews the lovely new album by Jonathan Wilson.

Watch Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel entertain Occupy Wall Street. Radiohead sends sympathies.

Not that you had any doubt, but Hank Williams Jr. is a jackass.

Fader runs the numbers on Feist’s new album “Metals.”

Look for a new album from Kate Bush this November. Elton John guest stars.

The Michael Jackson tribute concert will stream live on Facebook.

Paste reviews the new Merle Haggard album.

The IBMA honors Steve Martin, Gibson Brothers, Boxcars and more.

Belle and Sebastian’s Stevie Jackson readies solo album.

Watch the trailer for the R.E.M. greatest hits package.

As yet untitled Courtney Love memoir is due out next year. Gawker has the snark.

Listen to what electro-pop artist Oh Land does with the National’s “Bloodbuzz Ohio.”

Sylvia Robinson, a bona fide rap pioneer, has died at the age of 75.

Consequence of Sound pays tribute to Nielsen Soundscan.

Learn how to make posters with Trent Reznor.

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