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Paul McCartney Saved Mark Ronson from Drowning

In addition to being known as a brilliant singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Paul McCartney‘s reputation as an all-around nice guy has been well-earned through the years. If he was less modest, he’d also be able to add the word “hero” to his CV, as it was recently revealed that, many years ago, he saved future producer Mark Ronson from drowning in Long Island Sound.

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Steve Winwood Begins 2012 U.S. Tour

It has been nearly 50 years since Steve Winwood burst onto the music scene as a member of the Spencer Davis Group in 1965. In that time the 16-year old British kid who could sing and play keyboards like Ray Charles has evolved musically through stints with Traffic, Blind Faith and his own very successful solo career.

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AC/DC Says When We Can Expect Their New Album

For a band that began their career by putting out 12 albums in the first 15 years of their career, AC/DC have become almost invisible as a studio entity in the ensuing 22 years. Despite still having massive global appeal, they’ve only released three albums since 1990′s ‘The Razor’s Edge,’ and nothing since 2008′s ‘Black Ice.’

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Rare Bruce Springsteen Poster From 1971 Sells For $650 on eBay

A poster of one of the oddities in the Bruce Springsteen‘s pre-fame career recently sold for $650 on eBay. The poster is for the “Ernie the Chickin’ Festival” at Newark State College in Union, N.J. on May 15, 1971. Music was performed by several local acts including the oddly named “Dr. Zoom and the Sonic Boom with Bruce Springsteen.”

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Led Zeppelin Tour Poster Sells For $2,200 on eBay

A rare poster for Led Zeppelin‘s 1971 tour of Japan has sold for $2,200 on eBay. The poster advertises the tour’s first two dates, at Tokyo’s Budokan Hall on Sept. 23 and 24. Led Zeppelin played three other shows in Japan: Hiroshima on Sept. 27 and Osaka on Sept. 28 and 29. Ticket prices for the shows ranged from 1,500 to 2,700 Yen, which corresponds to $18.80 to $33.85 in 2012 dollars.

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Beatles 1964 Concert Film Screenings Postponed

We have bad news for those who were hoping to attend screenings of ‘The Beatles: The Lost Concert’ on May 17 and 22. Due to specified issues, the movie’s run has been postponed until they can be resolved by the documentary’s producers, with a hopeful target date of the late summer 2012.

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Bruce Springsteen Auditioned for Columbia Records 40 Years Ago This Month

Given that, at 62, he still has the energy of musicians half his age, sometimes it’s hard to believe that Bruce Springsteen has been a recording artist for nearly 40 years. But it was this month in 1972 that a scrawny kid from New Jersey walked into Columbia Records’ office in New York with an acoustic guitar and sang a few songs in front of legendary talent scout John Hammond.

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The Beatles Featured in ‘Mad Men’ Plot

For the third time this season, classic rock played an important role in the plot of and episode of AMC’s ‘Mad Men.’ Last month saw Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and Harry Crane (Rich Sommer) try to get the Rolling Stones to shill for Heinz Baked Beans and the Beach Boys‘ ‘I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times’ was the soundtrack to Roger Sterling’s (John Slattery) first acid trip. On last night’s (May 6) episode, the Beatles worked their way in to the daily life of the men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Price.

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The Who’s Roger Daltrey Confirms Keith Moon’s Invitation To The Olympics

One of the most bizarre stories to pass our way in recent history was confirmed on Thursday. Appearing on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” late night talk show, Who singer Roger Daltrey said that yes, the organizers of the 2012 London Olympics did, in fact, try to get drummer Keith Moon to appear at the Opening Ceremony. Moon died in 1978.

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John Fogerty Gives Details About Duets Album

It struck us as a natural fit when news broke last month that John Fogerty was going to re-record his old songs with some famous friends lending a hand. After all, his catalog, both as a member of Creedence Clearwater Revival and as a solo act, is as loved as anybody’s in rock history, and it cont

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Bruce Springsteen Performs ‘Bishop Danced’ For The First Time Since 1973

The Twitter feeds of Bruce Springsteen fans exploded with shock tonight (May 2) when fans attending his show at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. reached for their phones to tell the world that he performed the obscurity ‘Bishop Danced.’ Springsteen had not sang the song since an opening slot for Blood, Sweat and Tears at the Berkeley Community Theatre on March 2, 1973.

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