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Gary Rossington Bob Burns
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Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Rossington ‘At A Loss For Words’ After Bob Burns’ Death

The guitarist paid tribute to the late Bob Burns, with whom he founded Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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Jim Morrison
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46 Years Ago: Jim Morrison Turns Himself in to the FBI

Jim Morrison surrendered to the FBI on charges relating to the Doors' infamous Miami concert on April 4, 1969.

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Bob Burns
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Bob Burns, Original Drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Dies

Burns, who founded the band and drummed on their first two albums, was killed in a single-car crash.

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Hulton Archive/Central Press, Getty Images

47 Years Ago: Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell + More Hold MLK Tribute Jam Session

On April 7, 1968, some rock and blues legends paid tribute to Martin Luther King, who had been killed a few days earlier.

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Billboard

51 Years Ago: The Beatles Hold The Top Five Positions On Billboard’s Hot 100

On April 4, 1964, the Beatles held the Top Five positions on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Mark Davis, Getty Images

UPDATE: Richie Sambora Denies Threatening to Kill His Ex-Girlfriend

Los Angeles police are investigating claims that Richie Sambora threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and "dig a hole in the desert and bury" her.

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Rolling Stones Still Undecided on Playing ‘Sticky Fingers’ Live, Mick Taylor Won’t Join Them

Mick Jagger says the Rolling Stones haven't determined whether they will play Sticky Fingers in its entirety on this year's Zip Code tour.

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EllenTube

Watch Van Halen’s ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’ Performance

Mere days after they shut down Hollywood Boulevard (and endangered David Lee Roth's nose) during a special performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Van Halen traveled down the TV dial for an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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Steven Tyler Confirms Plans to Release Solo Country Album

One of Nashville's worst-kept secrets is finally officially out: Steven Tyler is going country.

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45 Years Ago: Phil Spector Finishes Work on the Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’

And that was that. On April 2, 1970, Phil Spector put the final touches on the Beatles' Let It Be album, ending their time as a recording entity until the Anthology project in the mid-'90s.

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