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Former ‘American Idol’ Aiken loses bid for Congress

The former "Idol" runner-up was up against incumbent Republican Renee Ellmers in the state's 2nd District.

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Carlos Santana ‘cringes’ when he thinks of Woodstock

The guitar icon has opened up about his debut performance at the legendary festival.

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Pink Floyd break album pre-order record

"The Endless River" isn't even out yet and it's already beating the competition.

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Footage of fatal ‘Midnight Rider’ crash released

Video taken moments before production assistant Sarah Jones was killed on the set of stalled Allman Brothers biopic “Midnight Rider”…

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Phil Collins: Genesis reunion will ‘never’ happen

Phil Collins has ruled out a reunion of the classic Genesis line-up because he can never play the drums again.

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Slipknot tops Billboard album chart, Taylor Swift eyes record debut

Heavy metal rockers Slipknot took the lead on the weekly chart, a week ahead of Taylor Swift's projected year's biggest album opening.

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Phil Collins honored by Alamo Museum

A new museum in Texas will be named after Phil Collins to thank him for donating his multi-million dollar trove of artifacts.

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Pete Townshend ‘hates’ The Who

The rocker confessed that he hates his band and isn't looking forward to his upcoming farewell tour.

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Exhibit on Paul Simon’s life to debut at Rock Hall

The exhibit will showcase more than 80 artifacts, including Simon's first acoustic guitar, and handwritten lyrics for "The Boxer."

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Rolling Stones want $150 for their book

It may seem like a big price tag, but the real page-turner costs even more!

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Steven Tyler going country with Brad Paisley

The Aerosmith frontman has signed up to take part in the 2014 CMA Country Christmas concert.

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