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30 Years Ago: Supertramp Carry on Without a Key Member on ‘Brother Where You Bound’

In the spring of 1985, Supertramp debuted its new album for a crowd of 100 VIPs during an overnight journey from Paris to Venice on the Orient Express.

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Geffen

Guns N’ Roses ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ Plagiarism Claims Laughed Off by Australian Crawl Singer

Guns N' Roses fans don't need to be too concerned with recent allegations that the group lifted its classic hit "Sweet Child o' Mine" from an earlier song by Australian Crawl.

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YouTube

Watch an 8-Year-Old Nail Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin” on Philippine ‘The Voice Kids’ Contest

If Journey's crowded tour schedule ever ends up getting the best of Arnel Pineda, the band may not have to look far for his replacement.

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Stroud, Express, Getty Images

47 Years Ago: John Lennon and Paul McCartney Appear on ‘The Tonight Show’

John Lennon and Paul McCartney appeared on 'The Tonight Show' on May 14, 1968.

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Hear Jeff Beck’s New Live Version of ‘Superstition’: Exclusive Premiere

Ultimate Classic Rock is proud to present the premiere of Jeff Beck's new concert recording of "Superstition."

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31 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Arrested in Memphis

Ozzy Osbourne was arrested in Memphis on May 14, 1984.

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Jimmy Page Reignites Neighborhood Feud With Robbie Williams

Just when it seemed like Jimmy Page and Robbie Williams might be able to shoot the breeze over a couple of brews at the next neighborhood barbecue, their feud has reportedly started anew.

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Paul Natkin, Getty Images

27 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Reunite at Atlantic’s 40th Anniversary Concert

Led Zeppelin reunited at Atlantic's 40th Anniversary Concert on May 14, 1988.

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46 Years Ago: Fairport Convention’s Bus Crashes, Killing Martin Lamble

A May 12, 1969, bus crash killed Fairport Convention drummer Martin Lamble and severely injured other members of the group.

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47 Years Ago: Frank Zappa Releases His First Solo Album Away From Mothers, ‘Lumpy Gravy’

Frank Zappa's first solo album, Lumpy Gravy, was released in May 1968.

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