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AC/DC’s Malcolm Young hospitalized

The AC/DC rocker is hospitalized battling an undisclosed illness, but his bandmates remain hopeful he'll recover.

Musician Courtney Love attends a screening of "Rush" hosted by Ferrari & The Cinema Society on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013 in New York.

Courtney Love to guest star on ‘Sons of Anarchy’

The Hole singer will play a pre-school teacher in the final season of the popular show.

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Stevie Nicks to help Adam Levine’s ‘Voice’ team

The Fleetwood Mac star has signed on to help coach the Maroon 5 frontman's team.

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Springsteen launches short film today

The "Boss" is launching a short film online but nobody knows what it's about.

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Boston drummer moonlights as high school teacher

Teacher by day, drummer by night, Jeff Neal says he gets to experience his profession and his passion.

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AC/DC’s Brian Johnson getting honorary degree

The AC/DC rocker will be honored for his "sheer inspirational qualities."

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New James Brown box to be released before film

The songs will be part of the soundtrack for the biopic "Get On Up," which comes out later this summer.

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Alice Cooper is the ultimate ‘craver’

Cooper is such a fan of the little square hamburgers that he showed up at White Castle headquarters to be inducted into the restaurant's Craver Hall of Fame.

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KC & The Sunshine Band book concert cruise

The disco stars are to set sail with Gladys Knight and others aboard the Soul Train Cruise.

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Johnny Depp stars in Paul McCartney’s new music video

WATCH: The video for "Early Days" is a tribute to the beginnings of McCartney's relationship with John Lennon.

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Kansas singer Steve Walsh quits band

The longtime lead singer is leaving the band after more than 40 years.

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MC Hammer finishing first new album in five years

The "You Can't Touch This" hitmaker is back in the studio.

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Pink Floyd to release new album

The legendary band will unveil "The Endless River" in October.

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Tevin Campbell recruits Teddy Riley, Faith Evans for comeback

The former child star hopes to release his first album in 15 years.

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Today is the 60th anniversary of Elvis’ first recording

On July 5, 1954, a19-year-old Presley recorded a version of "That's All Right," and the career of the King was born.

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Allman Bros. biopic director indicted in fatal train crash

Three people associated with the "Midnight Rider" production face charges of involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass.

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Janis Joplin honored with U.S. stamp

The "Piece of My Heart" singer will be immortalized by the U.S. Postal Service.

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Lost Bob Dylan recordings unearthed in NY apartment

A treasure trove of forgotten Bob Dylan recordings have been unearthed in the music icon's former apartment in New York.

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Ozzy Osbourne attends Swedish AA meeting

The Black Sabbath rocker is so committed to sobriety he went to a meeting he couldn't understand.

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Mick Jagger eyeing Rolling Stones museum

The Rolling Stones frontman paid a visit to the ABBA museum in Sweden in search of inspiration for a similar attraction dedicated to his own band.

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