10/3/12 – R. B. Greaves dead

10/3/12 – R. B. Greaves dead

R. B. Greaves, an R&B singer whose 1969 hit "Take a Letter, Maria" reached No. 2 on the Billboard pop chart, died on Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 68. Mr. Greaves was a nephew of the gospel and soul ...

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6/19/12- Aretha Franklin wants to Judge!

6/19/12- Aretha Franklin wants to Judge!

Aretha Franklin 'would love to be a judge' on a talent show like The X Factor. The musical legend has been impressed by some of the contestants when she tunes into popular singing competitions on TV. ...

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3/28/12 – Earl Scruggs passes

3/28/12 – Earl Scruggs passes

Earl Scruggs, who as a child developed the distinctive picking style that forever changed banjo playing, and whose association with Lester Flatt cemented bluegrass music's place in popular culture, died ...

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2/29/12 – Branson, Missouri Tornado Strike

2/29/12 – Branson, Missouri Tornado Strike

Officials in the resort city of Branson, Missouri, were relieved an EF2 tornado, which damaged some of its marquee musical theaters, struck before the prime tourist season began. They said Wednesday the ...

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10/22/11 – Loretta Lynn Hospitalized

10/22/11 – Loretta Lynn Hospitalized

Country music legend Loretta Lynn has been hospitalized with pneumonia, according to the Ashland, Kentucky, theater where she was scheduled to perform Saturday night. The Paramount Arts Center posted ...

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10/12/11 – The Bangles return!

10/12/11 – The Bangles return!

A trio following the 2005 departure of Michael Steele, the Bangles grace the Billboard 200 for the first time since 1990, as "Sweetheart of the Sun," their first studio album since 2003, makes the chart! ...

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9/29/11 – Jesse Winchester Cancer Free!

9/29/11 – Jesse Winchester Cancer Free!

Good news for fans of singer-songwriter Jesse Winchester, who canceled his remaining 2011 tour dates after revealing this summer that he had been diagnosed with esophageal cancer. The critically acclaimed ...

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9/29/11 – Tony Bennett most Senior #1!

9/29/11 – Tony Bennett most Senior #1!

Tony Bennett, a 14-time Grammy Award winner, had made history as the oldest living artist to hit No. 1! Tony's 85th birthday was last month, but the legendary crooner got a major belated gift this week ...

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“The Lost 45s” of the 70s & 80s CDs One & Two!

“The Lost 45s” of the 70s & 80s CDs One & Two!

Barry Scott and Varese Sarabande Records Present: "The Lost 45s" of the 70s and 80s Volume One: Featuring Top 40 Hits not available on CD in America! $35.95 Includes domestic shipping (2-3 weeks) - ...

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9/14/11 – Barry Manilow Has Chronic Disease

9/14/11 – Barry Manilow Has Chronic Disease

"Lost 45s" guest Barry Manilow reveals for the first time he has atrial fibrillation, a chronic heart condition. He is speaking about the illness to encourage others to get check-ups. [musicsingle file=http://www.lost45.com/audio/Manilow.mp3]

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