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55 Years Ago: The Beatles Make Their Television Debut

The Beatles’ first television appearance wasn’t the band’s big break, a star-making performance or anything like that. But it did help them sell a few more records.

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Steven Adler Seeking Out Stories of His Past for New Book

Steven Adler reveals his plans for a book that includes other people's stories of his past.

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Richie Sambora Reveals Whether He’d Join Bon Jovi for Their Rock Hall Induction

It isn't really a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony unless we get to speculate over whether a former member might return to stand alongside his former bandmates during the ceremony.

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Scorpions Cancel Remaining North American Shows

The Scorpions were slated to continue shows with Megadeth until Oct. 15 at Tampa, Fla.

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Happy Birthday Brian Johnson From AC/DC

Brian Johnson's birthday is October 5th. Do you remember when AC/DC played at the Metrocentre in Rockford?

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Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Denies Report He Suffered a Seizure [Update]

Steven Tyler has denied a report he suffered a seizure on Aerosmith's 'Aero-Vederci Baby' tour.

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UPDATE: Steven Tyler Denies Seizure Reports

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has denied reports that he had a seizure while touring in Brazil this week.

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20 Years Ago: David Bowie Turns ‘Bowie Bonds’ Into $55 Million Payday

A massive onetime windfall also has its perks, as David Bowie proved with the sale of "Bowie Bonds" in 1997.

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Drummer James Kottak: Playing With Scorpions Was a ‘Dream Come True’

Drummer James Kottak has spoken out about his departure from German hard rock legends Scorpions in the spring of 2016 saying he needed a break.

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5 Great Live Music Moments From The 80’s At The Rockford Metrocentre

The Rockford Metrocentre has hosted some great concerts through the years and here are five that were extra special in the 1980's.

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