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41 Years Ago: Robin Trower Releases ‘Bridge of Sighs’

Robin Trower's power trio masterpiece, 'Bridge of Sighs,' was released in April 1974.

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Jesse Grant/Stringer, Getty Images

12 Years Ago: David Lee Roth Detains a Knife-Wielding Intruder at His House

On April 26, 2003, someone climbed the 10-foot fence onto David Lee Roth's property.

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27 Years Ago: Bon Jovi’s Manager Convicted of Smuggling 40,000 Lbs. of Marijuana

After six years working its way through the courts, Bon Jovi manager Doc McGhee was convicted for drug smuggling on April 25, 1988.

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39 Years Ago: John Lennon and Paul McCartney Almost Reunite on ‘Saturday Night Live’

It was meant as a joke, but it turned into, arguably, the greatest missed opportunity in rock history.

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Ian Gavan / Christopher Polk / Larry Busacca, Getty Images

‘St. Anger’ Is Jimmy Page and Jack White’s Favorite Metallica Album

You won't find many Metallica fans who list 2003's St. Anger among their favorite of the band's albums, and producer Bob Rock understands why.

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Motley Crue 2014 Las Vegas Concert
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How I Bought Tickets for Motley Crue at the Denny Sanford Premier Center

I attempted to do what some say is impossible, buying tickets to a concert in Sioux Falls. Here's how it went.

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Mike Coppola, Getty Images

After Joan Jett’s Induction, Women Are Still Scarce in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Joan Jett's recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame gave fans something to cheer about while marking a small step toward redressing the massive gender imbalance among inductees.

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This Lad from Liverpool Has Done Very Well for Himself

He was a lad from Liverpool, one of the Fab Four. Now Paul McCartney is a billionaire.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Bill Ward Talks New Solo Albums, Admits ‘Grieving the Loss’ of His Friendship With Ozzy

Whatever the final outcome of Bill Ward's sad public feud with his Black Sabbath bandmates, the veteran drummer definitely isn't wasting his time away from the group.

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Central Press, Getty Images

46 Years Ago: Joe Cocker Releases His Debut Album With a Little Help From His Friends

In April 1969, Joe Cocker laid the groundwork for his '70s stardom when he unveiled his debut album, With a Little Help From My Friends.

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