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Despite death of Chris Squire, YES will continue tour

Drummer Alan White says bassist Chris Squire had told him to keep going regardless of what happens, so that's what the band will do.

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Seattle teen uncovers photos from Nirvana’s first gig

Maggie Poukkula, 19, found the 1987 photos in one of her father's books and she has thrilled fans of the band by sharing them via Twitter.

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Phil Rudd’s meltdown caught on camera

The AC/DC star was caught on camera following his court appearance in New Zealand, hurling abuse at a photographer outside his home, and grappling with a bodyguard.

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Springsteen says Little Steven was a slob

Before they were rock stars, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt were roommates in a tiny apartment at the Jersey shore.

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Def Leppard doesn’t want to be introduced by Donald Trump

Def Leppard star Vivian Campbell is investigating reports his band will be introduced at the Iowa State Fair by the controversial 2016 presidential candidate.

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Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert divorce after 4 years

After years of tabloid gossip, country music's top couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce after four years of marriage.

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AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd arrested again: report

Phil Rudd, the drummer of Australian rock band AC/DC, has been arrested in New Zealand where he lives just 10 days after being sentenced to home detention, media reported on Sunday.

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Neil Young fined $10K for breaking curfew

The veteran rocker took to the stage in Michigan and ended his set with an extra long, two-song encore.

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Tom Petty regrets using Confederate flag

The "Free Fallin'" rocker confesses his use of the Confederate flag to market his song "Rebels" was "downright stupid."

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An artful new groove for vinyl

They aren't your father's vinyl records ... well, actually, they might be.

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WATCH: Boy George and Jack Black team up for The Doors tribute

The Culture Club star and the actor/rocker formed an unlikely duo when they teamed up for a performance of "Hello, I Love You" with The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger.

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How Live Aid changed the music world

This week marks the 30th anniversary of the day-long global concert that was broadcast around the world to raise money for humanitarian efforts in Africa.

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Dolly Parton surprises young actress with biopic casting news

The "9 to 5" hitmaker has been searching for a young star to portray herself as a kid in her upcoming TV movie "Coat of Many Colors."

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John Fogerty sues former CCR bandmates

Fogerty is suing Stuart Cook and Douglas Clifford, who tour as Creedence Clearwater Revisited.

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Dave Grohl calls his broken leg a ‘blessing’

The Foo Fighters frontman insists the band has improved its performances since his infamous stage slip last month.

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Deen Castronovo ordered to rehab

The Journey drummer blames drug addiction for his recent legal troubles.

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Study: ‘Metal heads’ are just fine

If you listened to metal in the 1980s, chances are good you turned out OK.

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WATCH: ‘Smells Like Teen … Shovel?’

The Nirvana classic like you've never heard it before.

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Never-before seen photos of The Beatles revealed

Magazine photographer Bob Gomel captured some of the earliest days of Beatlemania, and many of his photos were never shared with the public, until now.

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‘Dungeons & Dragons’ coming to the big screen

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Warner Brothers says the popular fantasy role-playing game is being converted into a feature film.