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Dickey Betts’ Brain Surgery ‘a Success’: Manager

The Allman Brothers Band founding member had been in critical condition following a fall days earlier. The guitarist had recently come out of retirement

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Led Zeppelin’s ‘Song Remains the Same’: Review

If you have the previous reissue, you can probably skip the new one. If you don’t, here’s a chance to experience a much better recording than the original.

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Bob Dylan’s Next Bootleg: ‘More Blood, More Tracks’

The long-rumored release includes a deluxe 6-CD edition with every surviving take of the Blood on the Tracks recording sessions, considered one of his most essential albums

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Dickey Betts in ‘Critical Condition’ Following Fall

The guitarist and Allman Brothers Band founding member fell in his Sarasota, Fla. backyard. Just days earlier, he had said he was “raring to go” following a stroke

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Lita Ford: Queen of the Rock Guitar

The founding member of the all-female punk band, the Runaways, enjoyed solo success a decade later. “The Queen of the Rock Guitar” still rocks

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Bob Seger Announces Final Silver Bullet Band Tour

The Travelin’ Man tour will begin over a year after Seger’s last outing had been postponed when he required “intense spinal surgery”

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Radio Hits in September 1968: Look Back

Los Angeles’ Top 40 powerhouse KHJ had some all-time greats in its Top 10 this week including The Beatles’ longest-running #1

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Joni Mitchell ‘Live at the Isle of Wight 1970’: Review

At first she appears shaken and angry. She asks for some respect. She gets it. The audience begins listening attentively and calls her back for an encore.

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Paul McCartney Begins Freshen Up Tour: Recap

He had been on a whirlwind promotional tour this summer, at first teasing his new studio album, Egypt Station. The 76-year-old seems refreshed

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When The Doors Defied Ed Sullivan

When Jim Morrison and the band appeared on the popular show they were asked not to sing the word ‘higher.’ Now we know what they were asked to sing instead.

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