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Upon the announcement of his death, his bandmates requested that Motorhead fans "Play Lemmy's music LOUD. Have a drink or a few. Share stories. Celebrate the LIFE this lovely, wonderful man celebrated so vibrantly himself."

The incredibly talented Maurice White, musician, producer, songwriter, and founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, went to Rock & Roll Heaven on February 4, 2016.

Glenn Frey was born November 6, 1948 in Detroit and raised in the suburb of Royal Oak, Michigan. He discovered a love for music early, taking up piano at age 5. He later switched to guitar and entered the Detroit music scene. He founded and broke up numerous bands whil...

"Pride (In the Name of Love)," is best known as a tribute to civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., written and performed by the Irish band U2. It didn't start that way, however. The song was originally intended to mock then (US) President Ronald Reagan's "pri...

Natalie fell off the public's radar for a period when drugs and depression threatened to dim her talent. She came back with a vengance in 1987 with "Everlasting," featuring a poptastic cover of Bruce Springsteen's cheeky "Pink Cadillac."

She also had two television variety specials: The Mama Cass Television Show (1969), and "Don't Call Me Mama Anymore" (1973). In addition to her more distinguished work, she also had the dubious honor of singing the jingle for a burger chain. ("Hurry...

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