Lyrics For Two Unreleased Bob Dylan Songs Headed To Auction

The lyrics to two previously unreleased Bob Dylan songs are set to sell at auction later this month. The songs, titled "Talkin Folkore Center" and "Go Away You Bomb" date to 1962 and 1963, respectively, and are expected to fetch between $30,000 and $60,000 during the Christie's auction.

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Lyrics For Two Unreleased Bob Dylan Songs Headed To Auction

The lyrics to two previously unreleased Bob Dylan songs are set to sell at auction later this month. The songs, titled "Talkin Folkore Center" and "Go Away You Bomb" date to 1962 and 1963, respectively, and are expected to fetch between $30,000 and $60,000 during the Christie's auction.

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U2 Canceled Performance At World AIDS Day (RED) Concert

U2 was scheduled to perform at the concert for World AIDS Day in New York City's Times Square on Monday, December 1, but had to cancel due to Bono's recent injury. The concert benefited the HIV/AIDS charity (RED). Luckily, The Boss and Chris Martin of Coldplay filled in for for the injured Bono. U2 thanked the pair on their Facebook page.

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U2 Canceled Performance At World AIDS Day (RED) Concert

U2 was scheduled to perform at the concert for World AIDS Day in New York City's Times Square on Monday, December 1, but had to cancel due to Bono's recent injury. The concert benefited the HIV/AIDS charity (RED). Luckily, The Boss and Chris Martin of Coldplay filled in for for the injured Bono. U2 thanked the pair on their Facebook page.

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Bruce Springsteen Performs At World AIDS Day (RED) Concert

Bruce Springsteen was among the stars who performed at the concert for World AIDS Day in New York City's Times Square on Monday, December 1. The concert benefited the HIV/AIDS charity (RED). The Boss and Chris Martin of Coldplay filled in for for the injured Bono of U2. The band thanked the pair on their Facebook page.

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Bruce Springsteen Performs At World AIDS Day (RED) Concert

Bruce Springsteen was among the stars who performed at the concert for World AIDS Day in New York City's Times Square on Monday, December 1. The concert benefited the HIV/AIDS charity (RED). The Boss and Chris Martin of Coldplay filled in for for the injured Bono of U2. The band thanked the pair on their Facebook page.

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The Who's Pete Townshend To Perform 'Classical' Version Of Quadrophenia

The Who's Pete Townshend will perform and release a classical version of Quadrophenia on July 5. The performance goes down at London's Royal Albert Hall and will be accompanied by the release of a studio version to mark the band's 50th anny. Townshend will be joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Oriana Choir.

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The Who's Pete Townshend To Perform 'Classical' Version Of Quadrophenia

The Who's Pete Townshend will perform and release a classical version of Quadrophenia on July 5. The performance goes down at London's Royal Albert Hall and will be accompanied by the release of a studio version to mark the band's 50th anny. Townshend will be joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Oriana Choir.

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Fleetwood Mac To Headline 2015 Isle Of Wight Festival

Fleetwood Mac will headline the 2015 Isle of Wight Festival, taking the main stage on Sunday, June 14. According to NME, the band have signed an exclusive worldwide deal for the gig, making it their only fest appearance of the year. "We've always wanted to come to the U.K. to play The Isle of Wight Festival, and so we are delighted that in 2015, we are finally making it happen!" they say.

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Fleetwood Mac To Headline 2015 Isle Of Wight Festival

Fleetwood Mac will headline the 2015 Isle of Wight Festival, taking the main stage on Sunday, June 14. According to NME, the band have signed an exclusive worldwide deal for the gig, making it their only fest appearance of the year. "We've always wanted to come to the U.K. to play The Isle of Wight Festival, and so we are delighted that in 2015, we are finally making it happen!" they say.

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Eagles Sue Concert Footage Archivist Over Bootleg Performances

Glenn Frey and Don Henley of the Eagles are suing concert footage archivist William Shelley, whom they have accused of charging admission to screen a bootlegged video of the band playing live. According to the Guardian, the band is attempting to seize Shelley's entire archives, the Shelley Archives, which feature over 10,000 hours of rare concert footage.

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Eagles Sue Concert Footage Archivist Over Bootleg Performances

Glenn Frey and Don Henley of the Eagles are suing concert footage archivist William Shelley, whom they have accused of charging admission to screen a bootlegged video of the band playing live. According to the Guardian, the band is attempting to seize Shelley's entire archives, the Shelley Archives, which feature over 10,000 hours of rare concert footage.

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Paul Stanley Says KISS Was 'Screwed Over' At Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

KISS performed "Rock and Roll All Nite" for the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a performance that, to most viewers, probably looked flawless; however, guitarist Paul Stanley hit Twitter after to say that KISS was "screwed over." "Bluntly, We were screwed over & misled by the exec in charge of #MacysThanksgivingDayParade. We ALL deserved better." Paul didn't clarify

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Paul Stanley Says KISS Was 'Screwed Over' At Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

KISS performed "Rock and Roll All Nite" for the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a performance that, to most viewers, probably looked flawless; however, guitarist Paul Stanley hit Twitter after to say that KISS was "screwed over." "Bluntly, We were screwed over & misled by the exec in charge of #MacysThanksgivingDayParade. We ALL deserved better." Paul didn't clarify

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Ray Davies Reveals He's Worked On New Demos With Brother Dave

Ray Davies says that he and his brother Dave Davies have worked on new Kinks demos. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Ray reveals that the sessions went down last year. "We actually put down a few demos last Christmas. He came to see me, and he played me a couple of new songs." Ray and Dave haven't played in public together in 18 years.

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Ray Davies Reveals He's Worked On New Demos With Brother Dave

Ray Davies says that he and his brother Dave Davies have worked on new Kinks demos. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Ray reveals that the sessions went down last year. "We actually put down a few demos last Christmas. He came to see me, and he played me a couple of new songs." Ray and Dave haven't played in public together in 18 years.

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Billy Joel Biographer Compiles List Of Piano Man's Songs

Billy Joel biographer Fred Schruers named a dozen of his greatest hits to create his ultimate Billy Joel playlist for Rolling Stone. Schruers, who interviewed Joel for Billy Joel: The Definitive Biography, listed off the essential Piano Man songs, which included four tracks off of the singer's 1976 album Turnstiles, two off of 1977's The Stranger and more.

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Billy Joel Biographer Compiles List Of Piano Man's Songs

Billy Joel biographer Fred Schruers named a dozen of his greatest hits to create his ultimate Billy Joel playlist for Rolling Stone. Schruers, who interviewed Joel for Billy Joel: The Definitive Biography, listed off the essential Piano Man songs, which included four tracks off of the singer's 1976 album Turnstiles, two off of 1977's The Stranger and more.

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