Swamp Rock Icon Tony Joe White Dead at 75

Gravelly-voiced singer known for “Rainy Night in Georgia” and “Polk Salad Annie” had his songs covered by Elvis Presley, Tina Turner, and Waylon Jennings.

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Fleetwood Mac respond to Lindsey Buckingham’s lawsuit

After Lindsey Buckingham filed a lawsuit against Fleetwood Mac last week over his sacking, his former bandmates dispute his case.

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Bowzer’s Rock ‘N’ Doo-Wop Party At Mohegan Sun – January 20, 2019

Bowzer and his Doo – Wop family return to Mohegan Sun to perform some of the best hits from the ’50s and ’60

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Jefferson Airplane Co-Founder Marty Balin Dead at 76

Hall of Famer and co-vocalist of San Francisco psychedelic rock band also founded Jefferson Starship

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Lynyrd Skynyrd Guitarist Ed King Dead at 68

Former member of Strawberry Alarm Clock joined Southern rock band in 1972 to give it its three-guitar sound

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Dylan returning to Waterbury Palace after 43 years

Bob Dylan is returning to the Waterbury Palace on Nov. 20, the first time he’s played the venue since his Rolling Thunder Revue show there on Nov. 11, 1975.

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Eddie Willis, Guitarist for Motown’s Funk Brothers, Dead at 82

Original member of label’s house band played on hits like the Marvelette’s “Mr. Postman,” the Supremes’ “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” and Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour”

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Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul, Dead at 76

Hall of Fame singer, cultural icon and civil rights activist who influenced countless vocalists succumbs to pancreatic cancer

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Revisiting Elvis Presley’s ’68 Comeback Special With Its Director

Filmmaker Steve Binder looks back, as the concert film makes its way into theaters for a special re-release

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Roy Orbison Hologram Tour Sets North American Dates

‘In Dreams: Roy Orbison in Concert – The Hologram Tour’ sets 28-date trek

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Tab Hunter, Fifties Film Star and Gay Icon, Dead at 86

‘Damn Yankees’ and ‘Polyester’ star was one of the first Hollywood leading men to reveal sexuality

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Eugene Pitt, Doo-Wop Singer With Staying Power, Dies at 80

Eugene Pitt, the lead singer of the Jive Five, a doo-wop group that reached the Top 10 in 1961 with “My True Story” and endured long past doo-wop’s heyday by mingling their sound with ascendant genres like funk, disco and soul, died on June 29 at his home in Newberry, S.C. He was 80.

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