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Flashback: Aretha"s R-E-S-P-E-C-T Recorded On Valentine"s Day 1967It was 49 years ago Sunday (February 14th, 1967) that Aretha Franklin recorded her cover version of Otis Redding's "Respect.
Barry Manilow Hospitalized, Forced to Postpone Farewell TourA statement was released on his Facebook page.
Rolling Stones: Trump Doesn't Have Permission to Use Our Music"Can you imagine President Trump? The worst nightmare. But we can’t say that. Because it could happen."
Bruce Springsteen to Release Autobiography in SeptemberIt wasn't the announcement fans thought would come next from Bruce Springsteen; there's still no word on his next album.
Frampton: Baby You'll Love Acoustic ClassicsPeter Frampton has posted on his YouTube page an acoustic performance of "Baby, I Love Your Way," one of 11 songs he re-recorded for his new album, Acoustic Classics, which will be released on February 26th.
Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia Talks "Touch Of Grey" In Long Lost Interview [Video]I was watching this rare long lost 1988 interview with Jerry. He talked about the Dead's first ever music video for the song 'Touch Of Grey"
Paul McCartney Creates Audio Mojis for Valentines Day“I got the overall signature on the Moog in order to give it a modern flavor.”
Awesome Dad Blames Bruce Springsteen for Daughter’s Tardiness“Last night Isabelle was lucky enough to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in Albany, and darned if he didn’t play for three and a half hours."
The Eagles and Jackson Browne to Honor Glenn Frey at GRAMMYs"Take It Easy" seems like a logical choice.
David Bowie: Ex-Bodyguard Details the Late-Singer's Wild SexploitsAn oft-repeated rumor about David Bowie and Mick Jagger is back -- with a twist.
Paul McCartney: Did You Know He Makes His Own Brew?Paul McCartney brews his own beer. The Sun reported that "Macca" uses hops from his Sussex, England estate for his private line of ale, called Old Stinkhorn, which is named after "a phallic-shaped mushroom which also grows on his farm."
Chicago Release Official Statement on Peter Cetera"Peter Cetera, despite the best efforts of the Rock Hall and the band to reach a happy middle ground, made his decision not to participate."

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