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Duane Allman's 'Layla' Guitar Sells for $1.25 Million

It created one of the most memorable slide guitar solos on one of the most popular rock songs of all-time, and now Duane Allman ’s 1957 Les Paul has a new owner. The iconic goldtop guitar the late legend used to record “Layla” with Eric Clapton sold for $1.25 million at auction. Allman also used...
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Bryan Adams and Billy Idol Share the Stage in New Jersey

Bryan Adams and Billy Idol piled up hits in the 80s and beyond, and they’ve been sharing the same stage this month. The two wrapped up their quick co-headlining tour with a duet in New Jersey over the weekend. The “Summer of ‘69” singer combined with the “White Wedding” singer to cover the Eddie...
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Sports an 'XXXXL' Motley Crue T-Shirt in 'Hobbs & Shaw'

Dwayne Johnson is living up to his nickname in the new Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw . The Rock rocks a Mötley Crüe t-shirt on-screen. View this post on Instagram Posted @withrepost • @therock And smokin’ still ain’t allowed in school. #HobbsAndShaw #Venice @hhgarcia41 -- @motleycrue...
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Beatles Fans Flock to 'Abbey Road' Crosswalk on 50th Anniversary of Iconic Photo

Fans of The Beatles are flocking to one of the most famous rock ‘n’ roll landmarks in the world today. The zebra crossing on the cover of Abbey Road is the place to be for those celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic album. John Lennon , Paul McCartney , George Harrison and Ringo Starr were...
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See the Rolling Stones Perform 'Harlem Shuffle' for First Time Since 1990

When the Rolling Stones came to New Jersey, they ate like the locals and paid tribute to the locals by dusting off a track from their mid-80s catalog. The band started Monday night’s show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford with a bang: “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “You Got Me Rocking” and “Tumbling...
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Too Hot: AC/DC Shares Rejected 'Highway to Hell' Album Cover

AC/DC continues to celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of their most beloved and hardest rocking albums. Today we’re getting a look at the original Highway to Hell album artwork. It was rejected by the band’s American label for being too, well, hellish. The group shot of AC/DC was the same as the...
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Bret Michaels Postpones Shows to be With Ailing Father

Less than a week after he posted a picture of himself on Instagram spending quality time with his elderly father, Poison frontman Bret Michaels postponed two shows to be by his bedside. A spokesman says Wally Sychak suffered a heart attack and is on life support. “Wally is a veteran, a fighter and...
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INXS Guitarist Sues Boat Rental Company Over Gruesome Career-Ending Injury

Tim Farriss made a living playing guitar for INXS . Not only can he not work as a professional musician anymore, he can’t even do it for fun. The now 61-year-old suffered a gruesome hand injury during a boating accident in his native Australia in 2015, and says he can do nothing more than play a...
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On Tour: Hootie & The Blowfish and Barenaked Ladies Are a Perfect Summer Pair

They were on a break. As 90s nostalgia continues to surround us in warm retro relief, it makes all the sense that Hootie & The Blowfish have picked now to return . After a decade away, the mega-selling South Carolina outfit are back to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Cracked Rear View , and...
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Brian Wilson Is Feeling '100% Better' After Mental Health Scare

Brian Wilson is feeling well enough to get back on the road. The Beach Boys legend and all around musical genius postponed his tour last month to focus on his mental health. The 77-year-old said he had been feeling mentally insecure and was saying things he didn’t mean. But less than two months...
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