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Brian May Launches 'Common Decency Campaign'
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Queen Denies Sacha Baron Cohen’s Claims [Video]

Brian May is calling Sacha Baron Cohen out. The actor publicly explained that he left the Queen biopic because he and the band had two very different ideas about what the movie "should be about," but the rocker says that's not the case.

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A History of Rock in 15 Minutes [Video]

What do you get when you put together 348 rock stars, 84 guitarists, 64 songs, 44 drummers, and put them together into one awesome mashup?

A fantastic trip through the history of rock'n'roll, that's what!

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41st Annual Songwriters Hall Of Fame - Show
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Peter Cetera Keeps Changing His Mind About Chicago Reunion, Now He’s In

Well, here’s some good news for Chicago fans. First reports claimed that Peter Cetera would reunite with the band for their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction and then those claims were denied. But now it looks like we may actually see a reunion of the group at the ceremony in April.

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon via YouTube
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Star Wars Characters Sing “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees [Video]

Last night on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Fallon introduced a mash-up of different characters from the Star Wars movies singing the Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive."

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Bruce Springsteen Joined by Paul McCartney for ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town’ [Video]

When Bruce Springsteen was announced as the musical guest for “Saturday Night Live's” Christmas episode any good Boss fan expected he was going to sing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and Bruce did not disappoint.

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The Rolling Stones’ Tour Rider Proves They Still Know How to Party

After 50 years in the biz, not only do the Rolling Stones still rock on stage, but they still party behind the scenes.

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The Doobie Brothers File Lawsuit Over Their Name [Video]

The Doobie Brothers have filed a lawsuit against a cover band over the use of their name. The 70s rockers are suing folk-rock cover duo Doobie Decibel System (DDS) suggesting the duo’s name is “confusingly similar” to theirs.

While they may have a point, you gotta love the name 'Doobie Decibel System', don't you? It puts terms invoking sound, libraries and getting high into one beautiful little box.

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Songs You Never Knew Were Covers: ‘You’re No Good’ [Video]

No one will ever doubt Linda Ronstadt's place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Her vocal performance on her 1975 number one smash 'You're No Good' went platinum and was one of the year's biggest selling singles.

But until now, you may have never known it was a cover song that had three versions hit the charts before her.

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Joni Mitchell Is Reportedly Not in a Coma

Joni Mitchell, who was rushed to a hospital a month ago, is reportedly in a coma and unresponsive. TMZ reports that Mitchell is still in UCLA Medical Center and still unconscious, “with no immediate prospects for getting better.”

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Vinyl Is Back, with Styx Pushing Its Eight Albums

Many old-school groups seem to be releasing music this spring, either digitally re-mastered classics or brand spanking new music.

Styx is heading out on tour to support its eight-album vinyl box set collection, which is slated for release May 12. No tour dates have been released yet, although tickets are to be available through Ticketmaster.

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Is Don McLean Revealing the Meaning Behind ‘American Pie’? [Video]

When the song "American Pie" soared up the pop charts in 1972, it became an instant classic, known for it's easy to sing lyrics about all things American teens could relate to, namely cars, girls and booze.

Clearly "the day the music died" referenced the late '50s plane crash that killed Richie Valens, Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper, but what about the rest of the song? What did it all mean? We may soon find out.

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All 121 Billy Joel Songs, Ranked [Video]

The Vulture has taken it upon itself to rank every Billy Joel song ever recorded.

While it's list is open for discussion, my top 10 is not.

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