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T. Rex Inducted Into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame

Congratulations to T. Rex, who have defeated Jethro Tull to become the fifth band elected into the 100 percent fan-voted Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.

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T. Rex Legal Battle Could Impact Copyright Law

Rolan Feld, son of deceased T. Rex frontman Marc Bolan, is in the middle of a legal tug-of-war over his father's publishing royalties that could potentially have a major impact on the estates of other artists.

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T. Rex Helps Fiat Lead an Italian Invasion

The commercial for the new Fiat 500L sets itself up all American Revolution style, with a pseudo Paul Revere warning 'the British are coming.' After a second look, he corrects himself...'wait...the Italians are coming,' as he spies a fleet of new Fiat 500s rolling down the road. As the automobiles come into view, the unmistakable sounds of 'Children Of The Revolution,' the 1972 single from T. Rex, is heard charging full volume ahead.

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40 Years Ago — T. Rex Release ‘Tanx’

By early 1973, Marc Bolan and T. Rex had sailed to the upper regions of stardom in their U.K. homeland. Spurred by a run of 11 Top 10 singles in just three years, including four No. 1s, as well as the huge success of the albums 'Electric Warrior' (1971) and 'The Slider' (1972), the period was often referred to as 'T. Rextasy' in England.

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T. Rex Plotting 40th Anniversary Box Set Reissue for ‘The Slider’

T. Rex's classic 1972 album, 'The Slider,' will return to the spotlight with a 40th anniversary reissue featuring producer Tony Visconti's remastering.

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Late T. Rex Singer Marc Bolan’s Girlfriend Gloria Jones Keeps His Memory Alive

Marc Bolan of T.Rex would’ve turned 65 years old today (Sept. 30) had he not perished in a car crash back in 1977, and according to Gloria Jones - his girlfriend and the mother of his child, “He’d still be doing music, films, and videos.” Jones has made it her mission to keep Bolan’s memory alive and she’s partnered with The Light Of Love Foundation and Marc's son Rolan Bolan to start the Marc Bolan School Of Music & Film in Sierra Leone, West Africa.

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