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New Study Suggests Hearing Loss Could Be Reversible

The days of permanent hearing loss as an occupational hazard for professional musicians might soon be over.

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Apple Corps Ltd. / Universal Music Group
Apple Corps Ltd. / Universal Music Group

‘The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl’ Finally Coming to CD

'The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl' will be released on September 9, 2016.

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Larry Busacca, Getty Images

Joe Perry’s Collapse Reportedly Blamed on ‘Dehydration and Exhaustion’

Joe Perry was hospitalized after falling ill during a Hollywood Vampires concert, even as rumors of a cardiac event spread.

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Gareth Cattermole / Mark Wilson, Getty Images

Queen’s Publishers Say Donald Trump Ignored Request to Stop Using ‘We Are the Champions’

Sony/ATV Music Publishing said that Queen does not want its music used for any political purposes.

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Getty Images Latam

Keith Richards Thinks the Rolling Stones Will Be Together Until They Die

In an admission that will probably surprise no one, guitarist Keith Richards said that death will be the only thing to put a stop to the Rolling Stones.

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Atlantic Records / YouTube

30 Years Ago: Peter Gabriel and Genesis Take Turns Topping the Pop Chart

The summer of 1986 brought Genesis their first No. 1 hit in the United States — and former frontman Peter Gabriel reached the same milestone the very next week.

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Led Zeppelin to Reissue ‘BBC Sessions’ With Eight Unheard Tracks

The project collects Led Zeppelin live recordings made by BBC radio between 1969-71, including some previously thought to be lost.

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Patrick Riviere / Drew Angerer / Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Republican National Convention Features Music by David Bowie, Queen and the Turtles

Using music without the artist's permission has been a hallmark of the 2016 campaign season.

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Raffi Kirdi, Getty Images

Leon Russell in Stable Condition After Heart Attack

A series of upcoming tour dates will be postponed during Leon Russell's recovery.

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Dave Kotinsky, Getty Images

Yes Drummer Alan White Takes Hiatus for Back Surgery

Yes drummer Alan White will take a break from the road after undergoing surgery on an injured disc in his lower back.

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