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Prince, a prolific guitarist singing with one of his iconic instruments.

Auction Items from Prince, Beatles and Oasis Lyrics Will Be Up for Sale

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Prince’s “Blue Cloud” guitar, handwritten Beatles songs of Paul McCartney, a rare journal from Jim Morrison are part of Music Icons 2020 Auction.READ MORE

The Doors

The Doors 50th Anniversary ‘Waiting For The Sun’ Reissue To Include 14 Unreleased Tracks

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The Doors will be honored on the 50th anniversary of its album 'Waiting For The Sun' on Sept. 14. Bruce Botnick confirmed that the band's third studio album would be reissued.READ MORE

Courtney Love and Linda Perry

Linda Perry Holds Star-Studded Party for 'Freeheld' Movie, Celebrities Perform Song Covers

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The always notable Courtney Love covered "Creep" by Radiohead at a party for the movie "Freeheld," hosted by Linda Perry. The party had a star-studded attendance list of important names in the industry, including the film's star Ellen Page, Tobey Maguire, Sara Gilbert, Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, Jakob Dylan and even Love's daughter, Frances Bean Cobain. The song that inspired the party in the first place, "Hands of Love," is in the running for an Oscar nod for best original song. But Love was only one of the celebrity covers.READ MORE

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Michael Stipe Covers John Lennon, The Doors as Opener For Patti Smith in NYC [WATCH]

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For R.E.M.'s frontman Michael Stipe to perform is a rare happening to begin with, but last night (Nov. 10), the singer opened for Patti Smith at New York City's Beacon Theatre and performed covers of John Lennon's "Imagine" and The Doors' "People Are Strange," among other gems.READ MORE

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The Strokes' Julian Casablancas Covers Milli Vanilli & The Doors [WATCH]

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This past weekend, The Strokes' experimental frontman Julian Casablancas performed at Beach Goth 4 festival in California with his backing band The Voidz. Their nontraditional set included a cover of lipsyncers Milli Vanilli. Casablancas later joined The Growlers to cover The Doors.READ MORE

Jack Black at 'Kung Fu Panda 3' Photocall

Boy George & Jack Black Join Forces for The Doors 'Hello I Love You' on 'Conan'

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Jack Black and Boy George both happen to be big fans of The Doors. And as it turns out, both of the musicians were on hand last night (July 13) on Conan. What better way to marry these two coincidences than a live performance? That's what we got when the two joined forces with Doors guitarist Robby Krieger for a take on the classic 1968 hit "Hello I Love You."READ MORE

Debbie Harry

Debbie Harry by Decade: Celebrating the Blondie Frontwoman's 70th Birthday

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The year 1945 was an astounding one for music history, giving us Eric Clapton, Bob Seger, John Fogerty and Carly Simon. Add another big 70th birthday to the year, as July 1 marks the near-diamond anniversary of Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry. Music Times is celebrating the big day by looking back over her four decades in music and choosing our favorite track from each of the ten-year spans she's spent in business.READ MORE

The Doors

The Doors' 'Other Voices' and 'Full Circle' to be Re-issued and Released in September

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After the Doors front man Jim Morrison joined the 27 club in 1971, 'L.A. Woman' marked the last album the foursome would unveil. The remaining trio, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore continued on after the lyricist's death to release their often overlooked seventh and eighth studio albums 'Other Voices' and 'Full Circle.'READ MORE

John Fogerty

70 Years of John Fogerty: Ranking CCR Frontman's Best Songs by Decade

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Happy 70th birthday to John Fogerty, the vocalist and guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival and his own solo act. Although he's best known for his time as frontman for CCR, Fogerty has been working as a musician for the nearly 40 years since his first band folded. To celebrate his nearly 50 years in the music industry, we went back and chose what we thought his best piece of work from the past five decades. After you're done here, feel free to comment below (we know the picks for the Creedence years will be controversial) and then check out our similar feature on Eric Clapton and Bob Seger.READ MORE

Tech N9ne, the new king of rock 'n' roll.

Tech N9ne on 'Special Effects' Guest List, Hard Interjections and Planned Pusha T Collaboration

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Tech N9ne is having a good year, recently eclipsing his best sales week ever with new album 'Special Effects' and now headlining the Ernie Ball stage at Rock on The Range in Columbus, OH. The emcee sat it with Music Times to discuss the new album, breaking through to rock fans (and hip-hop fans), stealing drummers from his former tour partners, and also hinting at a Pusha T collaboration to come...hopefully sooner than later.READ MORE

The Doors

Doors Fans Campaign to Preserve Jim Morrison's Childhood Home

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Jim Morrison's childhood home in Albuquerque, NM is the latest musician's residence to gather the attention of fans who have the hopes of preserving it as a piece of history. Fans of The Doors are pushing for the city to designate the home a historic site and turn it into a tourist attraction for the city.READ MORE

Jim Morrison's grave in Paris.

5 Musician's Graves That Have Fallen Victim to Vandalism: Jim Morrison, Duane Allman, Dimebag Darrell and More

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Unfortunately, for all the respect we have for celebrities in life, many simply can't leave them alone after death. Jim Morrison, Duane Allman and members of Lynyrd Skynyrd are among the musicians who simple can't rest in peace.READ MORE

Lou Reed

Lou Reed Says He Never Actually Liked The Beatles and Thought The Doors Were "Stupid" in 'Blank on Blank' [LISTEN]

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PBS series "Blank on Blank" recently shared a lost interview involving Velvet Underground mastermind Lou Reed. The singer threw shade at two famous bands -- The Doors and The Beatles -- revealing that he thought the former was "stupid" and the latter was "garbage." The lively chat took place in 1986 between him and music executive Joe Smith.READ MORE

Chuck D

Public Enemy's Chuck D Wants A Record Store Day Radio Station, DJ SKEE Helps

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After last year's Record Store Day, Chuck D of Public Enemy went to the founder of the national event, Michael Kurtz, to share an idea. What if the day dedicated to vinyl had its own radio station? Kurtz adopted the idea and recently struck up a partnership with DJ SKEE's new venture, DASH Radio, which premiered last August. The station is no longer a dream - it will go live Mar. 1, well ahead of this year's annual celebration of vinyl.READ MORE

Jack Black

Andrew Lloyd Webber Bringing Jack Black's 'School of Rock' to the Stage, Musical Will Premiere in 2015

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Richard Linklater's School of Rock, a 2003 film about a wanna-be rocker who recruits some private school kids for a band, is being transformed into a stage production. The Jack Black movie will be adapted into a musical with the help of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Glenn Slater and Downton Abbey's Julian Fellowes. According to 'The Hollywood Reporter,' School of Rock - The Musical will premiere in 2015READ MORE

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