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Plus: Tyler Sings for Bruins, Swift to Play Airport

October 22, 2010 9:25 AM ET

Steven Tyler Sings National Anthem at Bruins Game
Aerosmith frontman and American Idol judge Steven Tyler made amends for what some consider one of the worst-ever performances of "The Star-Spangled Banner" by singing the National Anthem at last night's home opener for his hometown team, the Boston Bruins. [Blabbermouth]

Taylor Swift to Play Airport
Taylor Swift will perform at JetBlue's Terminal 5 in New York's John F. Kennedy airport on Wednesday. Swift will then board a flight to Los Angeles and treat those passengers to some songs. [Soundspike]

Bands Lined Up for Guided by Voices Tribute Disc
Flaming Lips, Thurston Moore, Blitzen Trapper, Cymbals Eat Guitars and many more will cover their favorite Guided By Voices tracks for a disc due out next year. [Twenty Four Bit]

X, Ray Manzarek to Perform 'Los Angeles' in San Francisco
Punk band X and The Doors' Ray Manzarek, who produced X's classic 1980 debut Los Angeles, will perform that 30-minute-long album in its entirety on December 28 and 29 at San Francisco venue Slim's. X will also play Los Angeles by themselves at a handful of other West Coast dates. [Slicing Up Eyeballs]

Plus: Beyoncé not pregnant, Lady Gaga postpones shows in France and more.

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Song Stories

“I Was Made to Love Her”

Stevie Wonder | 1967

Stevie Wonder discovered true love while still a teenager, writing this ode to young love when he was only 17. The song, Wonder explained, "kind of speaks of my first love, to a girl named Angie, who was a very beautiful woman. She's married now. Actually, she was my third girlfriend but my first love. I used to call Angie up and we would talk and say, 'I love you, I love you,' and we'd talk and we'd both go to sleep on the phone.” The Beach Boys, Chaka Khan, Whitney Houston and Boyz II Men have all recorded versions of "I Was Made to Love Her."

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