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12/9/12 – Christine McVie not coming back to Mac

With all of the talk of the 2013 Fleetwood Mac tour and even a possible album there has been the inevitable question of the return of the fifth member of the group, Christine McVie. According to at least two members of the group, that most likely will never happen. Lindsey Buckingham told CBS that "I would be shocked if she ever expressed any interest to do anything with us. She […]

todayDecember 9, 2012

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9/1/12- Hal David dead at 91

Hal David, the lyricist behind such standards as "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" and "What the World Needs Now is Love," has died at 91, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers said Saturday. The Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriter, who teamed with musician Burt Bacharach on dozens of hit songs, died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles from complications of a stroke, ASCAP said. David started working […]

todaySeptember 2, 2012

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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 Wednesday of natural causes at a Nashville hospital. He was 88. For many of a certain age, Scruggs' banjo was part of the soundtrack of an era on "The Ballad of Jed Clampett" -- the theme song from the CBS […]

todayMarch 29, 2012

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3/28/12 – Bobby Brown Arrested

Bobby Brown was charged Wednesday with three misdemeanor charges including drunken driving, two days after his afternoon arrest in suburban Los Angeles. Brown faces two DUI-related counts and another charge that he was driving on a suspended license. One of the counts alleged the R&B singer had a blood alcohol level of more than .08, which is the level at which is presumed to be driving under the influence.

todayMarch 28, 2012

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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 town was still open for business, although tourists might have to change entertainment plans. "We are getting through it," Mayor Raeanne Presley said of the storm that moved through overnight Tuesday.

todayMarch 1, 2012

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