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On the Road: No Doubt Phil Collins Suing Former Band Members 'N Sync Camp Celebrates Pop's New Kings Ian Dury Dead at Fifty-Seven A Byrd Saves His Own -- And Folk Music's -- Back Pages Patti Smith Gung Ho About New Album Nine Inch Nails, Blink-182, Chili Peppers and More Rock Down Under The Epic Life of Carlos Santana The Complicated Life of Ray Davies Lost Paperwork to Blame for "Pet Sounds" Meager Sales Numbers Kelis Doesn't Get Mad, She Gets Even Country Legend Pee Wee King Dies Hall of Fame Inductees Sound Off Backstage Stars Shine at Rock Hall Induction Q&A: Scotty Moore Keeps On Rockin' Peter Murphy's Not Dead, Just Very Pale The Lovin' Spoonful's Magic Man Earth, Wind and Fire Groove Into Hall Jimmie Dale Gilmore Covers His Bases Earth, Wind and Fire Founder Stricken With Parkinson's Disease Alex Chilton Set to Go Pete Townshend Opens the Lifehouse Door Hank Williams III's Twisted Roots More Trouble for Puff Daddy The Grammys Were a Little Too Smooth A Supernatural Night For Santana Grammy Winners Speak Out The Country Underground and Neko Wonder, Hill, Clapton Praise Mayfield Green Day, Scott Litt Split The Three Sides of Johnny Cash Michael Clearned in Slander Suit Gene Simmons Talks About Life After Kiss Puff Daddy Could face Bribery Charge Stax Records to Be Immortalized by Museum Former Pumpkins Bassist Nabbed on Drug Charges Rapper Big Pun Dies of Apparent Heart Attack Foghat Singer Dead Message Outweights Music at Tibet House Benefit Raekwon Raves The Dream Life of William Orbit Surviving INXS Members to Tour CSN&Y Look Forward and Backward in Portland Songwriter's Hall of Fame to honor Mayfield, Wilson, Taylor and More Diamond dave May Be Back With Van Halen Johnny Marr Flies Solo ODB Back To Prison Dylan's "Hurricane": A Look Back Teen Troika: 'N Sync to Join BSB, Britney on Jive How Blink-182 Went to the Top of the Charts By Keeping Their Minds in the Gutter
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