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The flamboyant rock 'n' roll legend, who rose to fame in the 1950s with hits like "Tutti Frutti," was the proud architect of a style that took over the world.
The 69-year-old died Sunday in New York of complications from the virus, his daughter confirmed.
It’s gonna to be a long, long time before we understand why President Trump thought it was a good idea to send Kim Jong Un an Elton John CD.
Within weeks membership grew from 100 to over 1,000 and by January 2017 the number had grown to an impressive 2,000 with
Bob Dylan is officially the songwriter with the most bling. He's got plaques, statues, gramophones, and now a Nobel Prize
I just saw him play for 4 hours on the final stop of his 2016 River Tour in Foxboro, Massachusetts. He looked like he could go another 4. With his memoir, Born to Run, due out in a few days, The Boss, is finally ready to tell the world his entire story.
It was her husband David's terminal illness and passing away at the young age of 60 that started Sandy Caley thinking that she needed to be kind to herself and live life to the fullest. Now a "semi-retired" widow who lives alone in Nottinghamshire, England, after raising three sons, she was ready to chase her deepest, most passionate dreams.
John Hall co-wrote two of the most widely played songs on Top 40 radio during the 1970's that are still in constant rotation today. The hits "Still The One" and "Dance With Me." You may or may not connect the dots between the man, and the group he co-founded Orleans, but he is much more than this success story which alone would be a dream come true like winning the lottery for most musicians.
On September 14, Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band completed the River Tour in Foxborough, Massachusetts at Gillette Stadium. On August 30th, the Band finished their three-night run at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands, in Bruce's beloved home state of New Jersey.
The Beatles burst onto the international scene at a time when our collective psyche still thought anything was possible. For