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  • New Rock And Rock Hall Of Fall Unveiled

    Little Richard, Joe Walsh, Ike Turner, Michelle Phillips, Wilson Pickett, George Clinton, Bo Diddley and Peter Wolf joined fellow inductees at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Thursday as the Cleveland, Ohio-based museum celebrated the opening of its newly-remodeled wing. Providing a completely interactive experience for Hall of Fame visitors, the newly constructed wing […]

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  • Madonna Cuts Footage To Shield Lourdes

    In order to protect her 16-month-old daughter, Lourdes, from the media, Madonna has decided to exclude footage of her child from an interview that is scheduled to air this weekend. The exclusive interview conducted by MTV News correspondent Kurt Loder, originally featured the pop mom's bouncing bundle dancing to the "Macarena." Loder told the Los […]

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  • Rare Hendrix Tracks Surface For "BBC Sessions"

    Fans of Jimi Hendrix will get the chance to renew their "experiences" with the guitar legend as Experience Hendrix/MCA Records get set to release The Jimi Hendrix Experience — BBC Sessions on April 21. The two-CD, 30-track box set takes listeners on a "trip" down memory lane with the original line-up of the Jimi Hendrix […]

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  • Johnny Cash Hospitalized With Pneumonia

    Music legend Johnny Cash is being treated for pneumonia just weeks after being diagnosed with Shy-Drager Syndrome, a form of Parkinson's Disease. Cash's manager, Lou Robin, told JAMTV on Monday that the 65-year-old rocker was hospitalized with pneumonia about a week ago. "The pneumonia is unrelated to the Shy-Drager Syndrome," Robin said. "He's doing well […]

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  • Beck Going Country For One Show Only

    Beck fans, start practicing your twangs! The alt-folk artist has announced a country-blues concert on Nov. 19 at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles. The one-off show, titled Beck Acoustic With Friends, was inspired by Beck's performance with Willie Nelson at Farm Aid earlier this year, according to Dennis Dennehy, Beck's publicist at Geffen […]

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  • Carlos Santana's Dad Jose Dies Of Heart Failure

    The music world suffered a loss Saturday when Jose Santana, a well-known Bay Area violinist and father of legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, died at his home from heart failure. Born in 1913 in Cuautala, Jalisco, Mexico, Jose learned to play violin at an early age. By the time he became a teenager, he began performing […]

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  • Beatles Getting Digitized

    John, Paul, George and Ringo are about to go digital. On Nov. 14 three original Beatles' films will hit Digital Video Disc. The Beatles' first film, "A Hard Day's Night," will be transferred to digital video from a restored print of the original negative. The film will include rare footage as well as an interview […]

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  • Blues World Honors B.B. King

    A crowd of celebrities were on hand Monday night at the Palace Theater in Hollywood to honor blues veteran B.B. King. The "King of the Blues" was honored with the Blues Foundation's third annual lifetime achievement award. Throughout his career, King has been credited with bringing the urban blues sound to mainstream music, influencing scores […]

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  • The Artist Burns It Up With Stevie Wonder

    Now this story really cooks! The Artist Formerly Known as Prince got together with Stevie Wonde in Motown Friday for an impromptu jam session at Intermezzo, a Detroit eatery. The Artist and his wife Mayte were on hand for the premiere of the New Power Generation Dance Company production "Around the World in a Day." […]

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  • McCartney Gets "Standing" Ovation

    Paul McCartney showcased the most ambitious musical endeavor of his career on Tuesday. "Standing Stone," a 75-minute-long symphony which took the former Beatle four years to complete, was commissioned to honor the 100th Anniversary of the EMI Group. Having never learned to read or write music, McCartney wrote the symphony by playing on a keyboard […]

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