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Geddy Lee and Eddie Vedder
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Geddy Lee and Eddie Vedder Confirmed for ‘Evening of Who Music’

An impressive assortment of artists will come together Nov. 11 to celebrate the Who's 50th anniversary -- and raise some money for a great cause in the bargain.

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Jimmy Page
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Jimmy Page Hints at Unreleased Surprises in Upcoming Led Zeppelin Reissues

Jimmy Page's work curating the ongoing series of deluxe Led Zeppelin reissues has already given fans a number of previously unreleased recordings.

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Allman Brothers Band
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Allman Brothers Say Goodbye With Epic Three-Set Beacon Theatre Show

After 45 years, millions of albums sold and countless miles, the Allman Brothers Band played its final show last night.

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Morne de Klerk, Getty Images

Rolling Stones Announce $5,000 Signed Photo Book

Do you like the Rolling Stones? Like looking at pictures of them? Have a lot of extra cash sitting around?

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Bon Jovi
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Jon Bon Jovi Is Still Pretty Embarrassed by Bon Jovi’s ‘Runaway’ Video

Tight pants, big hair, and dry ice were all over MTV in the '80s, and Bon Jovi's video for the band's first big single, 1984's 'Runaway,' is no exception.

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Gene Simmons
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Gene Simmons Shares Advice From His New Personal Finance Book, ‘Me, Inc.’

Love him or hate him, Kiss co-founder Gene Simmons understands how to make a lot of money, and he's sharing a few pointers on the subject in his new book, 'Me, Inc.'

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Slayer Fan Seeks Concert Funds With Video Mocking Matthew McConaughey’s Car Commercial

Sure, you love your favorite bands. But how far would you be willing to go in order to see them in concert?

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John Spinello
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Inventor of Operation Board Game Can’t Afford Surgery, Needs Your Help

Score one for irony. John Spinello, who invented the iconic board game Operation, does not have the $25,000 required to pay for oral surgery he needs.

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Malcolm Young Brian Johnson
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AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Joins Forces With Dementia Charity Following Malcolm Young’s Diagnosis

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has pledged his support to a small U.K. charity dedicated to treating dementia patients.

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Redskins
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Watch Redskins Official’s Wild ‘No Means No’ Outburst on ESPN Reporter

Yes, the Washington Redskins upset the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, but the best action of the night may have taken place after the game.

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