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Top 10 Tax-Challenged Musicians

A guide to rockers who have run afoul of the IRS
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Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry helped to cement rock & roll's style and sound, and also its culture: He's been to prison three times. Although he originally denied doing time in the Sixties for a violation of the Mann Act (transporting an underage girl over state lines for immoral purposes), he couldn't hide the four months he served for income tax evasion in 1979: He hit the slammer right after performing at the White House for Jimmy Carter.

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