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Published Date: 7/9/2014
Lee Hazlewood, born July 9, 1929, wrote and sang some of the coolest hits of the 1950s and '60s, working with Duane Eddy, Nancy Sinatra and more. As we remember the maverick songwriter on what would have been his 85th birthday, we're playing some of his songs. Which...
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Published Date: 7/6/2014
Buddy Ebsen, of "Barnaby Jones" and "Davy Crockett" fame, first struck gold as Jed Clampett, the backwoods oil baron in "The Beverly Hillbillies." We remember Buddy Ebsen's remarkable life today as well as the lives other notable people who died on this day in history.
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Published Date: 7/3/2014
In some ways, singer Jim Morrison, who died 43 years ago, July 3, 1971, is still very much alive. Revered by fans as a rebel rocker, the charismatic frontman for the Doors was known...
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Published Date: 6/29/2014
Lowell George, the man behind the seminal band Little Feat, died 35 years ago today. Little Feat never had a hit single, but the band kept turning out solid album rock that found a home with a small but highly devoted fan base...
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Published Date: 6/28/2014
Bobby Womack, the singer-songwriter behind dozens of hit songs, has died at 70. His music moved millions, including his fellow musicians who collaborated with him throughout his decades in the music industry. See how he is being remembered around the Internet.
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Published Date: 6/18/2014
Clarence Clemons was responsible for the best saxophone solos in popular music for decades. He came to national fame alongside Bruce Springsteen, providing a breakout performance on Springsteen's first single, "Blinded By the Light" in 1972. The song wasn't a hit, but...
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