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IN OTHER NEWS Paul Simon, Joe Perry, Gene Simmons and more. Paul Simon will take part in a tribute to the late Phil Everly on October 29th in Nashville. The new book from Gene Simmons, Me, Inc., is out tomrrow (Tuesday). The Van Morrison book of lyrics, Lit Up Inside, is published in the U.S. tomorrow (Tuesday). Joe Perry‘s autobiography, ... Read More »

Last Go Round.

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ALLMAN BROTHERS: Time to Say Goodbye The Brothers start their final residency at New York’s Beacon Theater Tuesday night. The Allman Brothers start their final stretch of shows at New York’s Beacon Theater tonight (Tuesday). These are make-up dates from March, when they had to pull the plug after Gregg Allman came down with bronchitis, and will bring to a ... Read More »

Sax Man Passes.

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GERRY RAFFERTY: “Baker Street” Sax Soloist Raphael Ravenscroft Dead at Age 60 More than 35 years after it became a worldwide hit, it still earned him over $100,000 in annual royalties. Raphael Ravenscroft, whose remarkable saxophone solo helped make Gerry Rafferty‘s “Baker Street” a worldwide hit, died Sunday from a heart attack. He was 60. The native of Stoke-on-Trent, England ... Read More »

Autobiography.

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CARLOS SANTANA: Getting Ready to Tell His Tale He will make appearances in support of his autobiography starting November 4th in Las Vegas. Carlos Santana will make a few appearances in support of the November 4th publication of his autobiography, The Universal Tone. He has announced three appearances so far: November 4th – Las Vegas, NV – Barnes & Noble ... Read More »

Back On Tour/New CD.

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BILLY IDOL: New Album Is Out Today Kings and Queens of the Underground is his first release in eight years. Billy Idol is back with his first album in eight years today (Tuesday). Titled Kings and Queens of the Underground, it comes two weeks after the publication of his autobiography, Dancing With Myself. Idol tells us he worked on both ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – SANTA STYLE

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A woman accused of illegally entering the Thousand Oaks home of a man she went on multiple dates with was arrested Sunday after firefighters used jackhammers to partially dismantle a brick chimney she had become trapped inside. Deputies responded to a home in the 1900 block of Woodside Drive (map) at 5:45 a.m. after a caller reported that the woman ... Read More »