Google Music has been in its beta stages for quite some time now, and it looks like the cloud music service is done with the testing phase and is about to officially go live. Google has just sent out some invites for an event that will be taking place next Wednesday, November 16th, 2pm PST. While the invitation didn’t specifically mention “Google Music”, the invitation does have the heading “These go to eleven.” which is an obvious reference to the popular mockumentary, This Is Spinal Tap, about a fictional rock band.
No word on whether Google will be announcing anything new at the event but be sure to stay tuned to Ubergizmo, as we’ll keep you posted on what’s going on. And as usual, the it will also be streamed live on the YouTube Android channel.
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