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Eagles bassist Randy Meisner placed under temporary conservatorship

An L.A. judge has appointed a temporary conservator to look after the Eagles co-founder amid concerns for his mental state and allegations of abuse.

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Library of Congress honors Willie Nelson

The country star will be recognized for his exploration of the genre and for redrawing the boundaries to cross into jazz, blues, and rock.

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Keith Richards to release new solo album this fall

The Rolling Stones guitarist announced the release of "Crosseyed Heart," his third solo album.

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Michigan says Kid Rock can’t go to women’s prison

The rocker wanted to shoot a music video inside the reformatory but officials denied the request, saying there are too many risks.

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AC/DC’s Rudd gets home detention for threatening to kill

The Australian-born drummer from the world-famous rock band pleaded guilty to charges of threatening to kill and possession of drugs.

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Aerosmith star Tom Hamilton is cancer free

The bassist was diagnosed with throat and tongue cancer in 2006, but the disease returned in 2011 prompting him to seek further treatment.

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Remember that time the Rolling Stones got arrested in Arkansas?

The Hall of Fame rockers were arrested for reckless driving 40 years ago but for a young deputy prosecutor the case was one to remember.

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Steven Tyler to announce CMA Awards nominees

The nominations for the Country Music Association Awards will be announced by a country newcomer.

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Grateful Dead set Soldier Field records

The band set a ticket sales record, then immediately broke it, then broke it again.

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Tears flow as Grateful Dead say farewell in Chicago

The four surviving members of the band ended their 50-year-run this weekend.

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Dave Grohl gets a giant throne for first gig back after breaking leg

The Foo Fighters frontman returned to the stage in epic style.

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A look back on the headlines that made Hollywood history.

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‘Empire’ creators face lawsuit over Cookie

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Sophia Eggleston, of Detroit, Michigan has filed a $300 million lawsuit claiming the show's central character Cookie, played by Taraji P. Henson, is so similar to her that creator Lee Daniels must have used her as his muse.

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Robert Downey, Jr. is laughing all the way to the bank

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The "Iron Man" star is once again Hollywood's highest paid man.

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Original AC/DC frontman to write tell-all

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Dave Evans, who was eventually replaced by Bon Scott, is planning a book about his time in the music business.

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‘Dungeons & Dragons’ coming to the big screen

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Warner Brothers says the popular fantasy role-playing game is being converted into a feature film.