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Rare Signed Beatles Vinyl Sells For Nearly $37,000 At Auction

A rare mint pressing of the Beatles 1963 debut Please Please Me has sold at auction on EBay for $36,655. The LP came autographed. The upper-back-side of the sleeve has signatures from each member of the group (George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr).

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Rare Signed Beatles Vinyl Sells For Nearly $37,000 At Auction

A rare mint pressing of the Beatles 1963 debut Please Please Me has sold at auction on EBay for $36,655. The LP came autographed. The upper-back-side of the sleeve has signatures from each member of the group (George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr).

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Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi On McAfee's Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities List

Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi are among the McAfee's Top Ten Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities list, meaning that you should be weary the next time you search for their names online. Springsteen fans who search for him online have a nearly 19 percent chance of downloading a virus onto their computer, while Bon Jovi presents a 17.64 percent chance.

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Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi On McAfee's Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities List

Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi are among the McAfee's Top Ten Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities list, meaning that you should be weary the next time you search for their names online. Springsteen fans who search for him online have a nearly 19 percent chance of downloading a virus onto their computer, while Bon Jovi presents a 17.64 percent chance.

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Judge Takes Side Of Bun E. Carlos In Cheap Trick Lawsuit

U.S. District Judge Robert M. Dow has sided with former Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos in the legal battle between him and the band's current members. The judge rejected Cheap Trick's motions to dismiss Carlos' claims of "breach of contract, trademark infringement, false designation of origin, false advertising, unfair competition and breach of fiduciary duty."

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Judge Takes Side Of Bun E. Carlos In Cheap Trick Lawsuit

U.S. District Judge Robert M. Dow has sided with former Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos in the legal battle between him and the band's current members. The judge rejected Cheap Trick's motions to dismiss Carlos' claims of "breach of contract, trademark infringement, false designation of origin, false advertising, unfair competition and breach of fiduciary duty."

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Velvet Underground's Third Album To Get Super-Deluxe Reissue Next Month

Velvet Underground's eponymous third studio album is set for a super-deluxe reissue to be released next month. The Velvet Underground - 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition, which will be released on November 24, expands the original 10-song release to a remastered 65-track box set. Along with the album itself, the reissue will include a mono mix of the record, "The Closet Mix."

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Velvet Underground's Third Album To Get Super-Deluxe Reissue Next Month

Velvet Underground's eponymous third studio album is set for a super-deluxe reissue to be released next month. The Velvet Underground - 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition, which will be released on November 24, expands the original 10-song release to a remastered 65-track box set. Along with the album itself, the reissue will include a mono mix of the record, "The Closet Mix."

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Stevie Nicks Talks About Kicking Drugs And Life With Lindsey Buckingham

In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Stevie Nicks spoke about kicking drugs and her life playing music alongside Lindsey Buckingham. "The five original cast members," Nicks says proudly. "Of all the elite bands of the Seventies, we're the only one touring with the same lineup we had in 1975."

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Stevie Nicks Talks About Kicking Drugs And Life With Lindsey Buckingham

In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Stevie Nicks spoke about kicking drugs and her life playing music alongside Lindsey Buckingham. "The five original cast members," Nicks says proudly. "Of all the elite bands of the Seventies, we're the only one touring with the same lineup we had in 1975."

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U2's Bono Talks About Working With Ryan Tedder

U2's Bono has recently spoken about working with OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder. In an interview with Q magazine, Bono explained why he chose Tedder to help with some of the production of their latest album, Songs Of Innocence. "The popsters are beating the others on melody. Not in lyrics, not in their aesthetic, but they're writing better tunes."

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U2's Bono Talks About Working With Ryan Tedder

U2's Bono has recently spoken about working with OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder. In an interview with Q magazine, Bono explained why he chose Tedder to help with some of the production of their latest album, Songs Of Innocence. "The popsters are beating the others on melody. Not in lyrics, not in their aesthetic, but they're writing better tunes."

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The Doobie Brothers And Zac Brown Release New Version Of 'Black Water'

The Doobie Brothers and Zac Brown have released a new version of "Black Water." The classic rock band will be releasing a compilation of their songs re-recorded alongside country artists, titled Southbound. "I have seen a lot of people, including myself, make a lot of tip money because of 'Black Water,' so this is a full circle moment," said Brown.

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The Doobie Brothers And Zac Brown Release New Version Of 'Black Water'

The Doobie Brothers and Zac Brown have released a new version of "Black Water." The classic rock band will be releasing a compilation of their songs re-recorded alongside country artists, titled Southbound. "I have seen a lot of people, including myself, make a lot of tip money because of 'Black Water,' so this is a full circle moment," said Brown.

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Roger Waters Issues Statement To Confirm He's Not On New Pink Floyd Album

While Pink Floyd fans are excited over news of a new studio album from the band, Roger Waters is not. Waters took to his Facebook to explain that he has nothing to do with The Endless River and that he is no longer a member of the band. "Some people have been asking Laurie, my wife, about a new album I have coming out in November," Waters said in the post.

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Roger Waters Issues Statement To Confirm He's Not On New Pink Floyd Album

While Pink Floyd fans are excited over news of a new studio album from the band, Roger Waters is not. Waters took to his Facebook to explain that he has nothing to do with The Endless River and that he is no longer a member of the band. "Some people have been asking Laurie, my wife, about a new album I have coming out in November," Waters said in the post.

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Judas Priest Kick Off Redeemer Of Souls Tour

Judas Priest officially kicked off their Redeemer of Souls tour in Rochester, New York. Steel Panther is providing direct support for Priest as they perform over 30 dates in support of their latest LP, Redeemer of Souls, which topped Billboard's Rock Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts, as well as placing number six on the Top 200 Albums chart.

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Judas Priest Kick Off Redeemer Of Souls Tour

Judas Priest officially kicked off their Redeemer of Souls tour in Rochester, New York. Steel Panther is providing direct support for Priest as they perform over 30 dates in support of their latest LP, Redeemer of Souls, which topped Billboard's Rock Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts, as well as placing number six on the Top 200 Albums chart.

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