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Eddie Money Sells ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ in New GEICO Commercial

It’s known that before he was Eddie Money, Rock Star, he was Eddie Mahoney, New York Police Officer. Apparently things have gotten so bad in his singing career that he’s had to go back to a day job, running his own travel agency — and he’s loving it.

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Hollywood Records

Freddie Mercury to Become an Angry Bird

Late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury is being honored in the most amazing of ways, and not just by having Sacha Baron Cohen portray him in an biopic. The vocalist is now an honorary member of the Angry Birds family.

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Mike Coppola / John W. Ferguson, Getty Images

Brad Whitford Reveals Aerosmith Approached Sammy Hagar About Replacing Steven Tyler

How close did the other members of Aerosmith actually come to replacing Steven Tyler (under a new band name) when they found out the singer was going to be spending part of his time judging ‘American Idol?’ Close enough to call Sammy Hagar, apparently.

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Queensryche.com / (Tate) Andrew H. Walker, Getty Images

Geoff Tate Recruits Sarzo, Blotzer for New Queensryche Lineup

The latest episode of the ongoing Queensryche soap opera could be titled ‘A Tale of Two Queensryches.’ Singer Geoff Tate has announced the musicians he’s chosen for an entirely new lineup of the group that he is launching, while his former band mates also continue to use the name.

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YouTube / OneMoreShow

Sammy Hagar Celebrates ’4 Decades of Rock’ in Concert with Help from Chickenfoot, Montrose and Whitesnake

Sammy Hagar took fans on a trip through his 40-year career last night (Sept. 1) during a special ’4 Decades of Rock’ concert in Lake Tahoe, Nev. The show featured appearances from members of all three of his famous bands — Montrose, Van Halen and Chickenfoot — as well as David Coverdale of Whitesnake.

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Kevin Mazur, Getty Images

Woman Arrested for Blasting AC/DC’s ‘Highway to Hell’

Epping, N.H. can no longer be described as a “sleepy little town,” mainly because nobody has been able to get to sleep thanks to Joyce Coffey. The 53-year old woman was arrested three times in one day earlier this week for blasting music, which included AC/DC‘s ‘Highway to Hell,’ according to the Union Leader.

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Cameron Spencer, Getty Images

Paul McCartney to Return Catalog to Streaming Services

Back in February, Paul McCartney pulled his entire solo and Wings catalog from streaming services such as Rhapsody and Spotify. However, he appears to have had a change of heart. Seattle Weekly is reporting that several of his albums are currently available to subscribers at two of the most popular sites around.

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Annette Brown, Getty Images

Chuck Leavell Talks About New Rolling Stones Songs

Veteran keyboardist Chuck Leavell, who has worked with such big names as the Allman Brothers Band, Eric Clapton and John Mayer, recently spent a week in Paris with old friends. That might not seem like news until you realize that he wasn’t hanging out at the Eiffel Tower, but in a recording studio, and the old friends were the Rolling Stones.

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Frazer Harrison, Getty Images

Eddie Van Halen Issues Health Update

Yesterday (Aug. 31) Eddie Van Halen took some time out from his recuperation to issue an update on his health. Van Halen recently spent three weeks in the hospital after needing emergency surgery for diverticulitis.

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Warner Brothers

The Who’s ‘It’s Hard’ Turns 30

The Who‘s controversial and somewhat underrated tenth studio album, ‘It’s Hard,’ was released thirty years ago today (Sept. 1, 1982). Years later, singer Roger Daltrey would declare that the record never should have seen the light of day.

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