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Bob Babbit, far right, with other Funk Brothers, Uriel Jones & Eddie Willis. (Provided photo)

Funk Brothers Bassist Bob Babbitt Dies at 74

Bob Babbitt, who played in Motown Records’ house band Funk Brothers, died yesterday (July 17) in a Nashville hospice following a lengthy battle with brain cancer. He was 74.

07/17/2012

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Deep Purple’s Jon Lord Dead at 71

Deep Purple keyboardist and co-founder Jon Lord died today (July 16) in London after suffering a fatal pulmonary embolism and a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.

07/16/2012

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Michael Jackson Remembered, Three Years After Death: Family & Friends Tweet

Today, Jackson family members, celebrities and fans took to Twitter to honor Michael Jackson on the third anniversary of his death.

06/25/2012

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Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Bob Welch Found Dead At 65

Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at his home in Nashville today, according to police.

06/07/2012

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Elvis Is Alive… In Hologram Form

The hologram trend started with a deceased rap star and now it’s getting a visit from The King. Digital Domain Media Group, who created a shockingly realistic Tupac Shakur hologram for a Coachella “performance” back […]

06/06/2012

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Barry Gibb Releases Video Tribute To Brother Robin

Barry Gibb pays tribute to his brother Robin in a touching video

05/23/2012

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R.I.P. Robin Gibb: Artists Mourns Bee Gees Singer’s Death On Twitter

Amidst recent reports that Bee Gees lead vocalist Robin Gibb was recovering after emerging from a coma last month came the news Sunday night (May 20) that he passed away.

05/20/2012

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R.I.P. Donna Summer: Eight Essential Songs From The Queen Of Disco

From her disco days to her reinvention in the 1980s and beyond, Donna Summer was a one of a kind star in the music world.

05/17/2012

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Men At Work’s Greg Ham Found Dead In His House

Greg Ham, the man who played the iconic flute riff on Men At Work’s “Down Under,” and the saxophone on “Who Can It Be Now?” has passed away, according to Australia’s News.com. He was 58 […]

04/19/2012

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Top Five Monkees Songs [VIDEOS]

With the sudden passing of Davy Jones, we decided what better way to honor the iconic singer than with the Top Five Monkees songs of all time.

02/29/2012

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