Dave Davies Blast Brother For Lying About Kinks Amp Sound

Dave Davies has called out his brother Ray Davies, claiming that he has perpetuated a lie about the signature guitar sound about the Kinks classic "You Really Got Me." Both of the brothers have laid claim to creating the fuzzy amp sound by cutting into the speaker cone, but Dave says only his side of the story holds any truth.

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Dave Davies Blast Brother For Lying About Kinks Amp Sound

Dave Davies has called out his brother Ray Davies, claiming that he has perpetuated a lie about the signature guitar sound about the Kinks classic "You Really Got Me." Both of the brothers have laid claim to creating the fuzzy amp sound by cutting into the speaker cone, but Dave says only his side of the story holds any truth.

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Longtime Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies At 70

Longtime Rolling Stones saxophonist Bobby Keys has passed away at the age of 70. A post on Keys' Facebook page said he died peacefully early Tuesday morning at home in Franklin, Tennessee, surrounded by family and friends.

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Longtime Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies At 70

Longtime Rolling Stones saxophonist Bobby Keys has passed away at the age of 70. A post on Keys' Facebook page said he died peacefully early Tuesday morning at home in Franklin, Tennessee, surrounded by family and friends.

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The Who's Roger Daltrey Crashes Wedding And Performs 'I Can't Explain'

The Who's Roger Daltrey crashed the wedding of Susan and Carl Smith, giving a surprise performance for the lucky couple. The Who were staying in the same hotel in which the reception took place, and Roger decided to take the opportunity to sing "I Can't Explain" with the wedding band.

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The Who's Roger Daltrey Crashes Wedding And Performs 'I Can't Explain'

The Who's Roger Daltrey crashed the wedding of Susan and Carl Smith, giving a surprise performance for the lucky couple. The Who were staying in the same hotel in which the reception took place, and Roger decided to take the opportunity to sing "I Can't Explain" with the wedding band.

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McCartney Announces New Single 'Hope For The Future' From Destiny OST

Paul McCartney has announced the impending release of "Hope for the Future," a single from the video game soundtrack for Destiny. The cut, due December 8, comes in several different mixes, including a so-called "thrash" mix. "I was intrigued by the intricacy of the music because in a game if you go one route a certain piece of the music plays," Macca told NME.

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McCartney Announces New Single 'Hope For The Future' From Destiny OST

Paul McCartney has announced the impending release of "Hope for the Future," a single from the video game soundtrack for Destiny. The cut, due December 8, comes in several different mixes, including a so-called "thrash" mix. "I was intrigued by the intricacy of the music because in a game if you go one route a certain piece of the music plays," Macca told NME.

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Faces Keyboardist Ian McLagan Dies At 69

Ian McLagan, keyboardist for the Faces and the Small Faces, died at the age of 69 from stroke complications. He passed in his adopted hometown of Austin, Texas. The news was announced on his official website. "It is with great sadness and eternal admiration that we report the passing of [a] rock and roll icon."

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Faces Keyboardist Ian McLagan Dies At 69

Ian McLagan, keyboardist for the Faces and the Small Faces, died at the age of 69 from stroke complications. He passed in his adopted hometown of Austin, Texas. The news was announced on his official website. "It is with great sadness and eternal admiration that we report the passing of [a] rock and roll icon."

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Ace Frehley To Cover KISS Tracks On New Solo Album

Ace Frehley has confirmed that he plans to put a new spin on several KISS tracks on his upcoming solo release. He broke the news speaking to 100% Rock Magazine, noting that he's thrilled to dust off a few of the numbers he helped write. "Absolutely, I'm re-recording some Kiss tracks," he began.

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Ace Frehley To Cover KISS Tracks On New Solo Album

Ace Frehley has confirmed that he plans to put a new spin on several KISS tracks on his upcoming solo release. He broke the news speaking to 100% Rock Magazine, noting that he's thrilled to dust off a few of the numbers he helped write. "Absolutely, I'm re-recording some Kiss tracks," he began.

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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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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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