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The Everly Brothers

Remembering Musicians Who Died In 2014: Phil Everly, Bobby Womack, Pete Seeger, And More

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2014 saw the passing of a fair share of aging musical legends, but it tragically also saw the deaths of many relatively young artists well before their time. This list honors just some of the artists who passed away this year, so if there are any that you think we may have missed, you can post your tributes down in the comments section below.READ MORE

Elton John

Seven Musical New Year's Events NOT Happening at Times Square: Pitbull, Lady Antebellum and Elton John Will Ring 2015 in with You

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Surely some other options exist aside from "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve." Music Times has combed through the Facebook invites and funny pages to find some other opportunities for New Year's night. Finding someone to spend the evening with is all on you however.READ MORE

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'Sons of Anarchy' Finale: 6 Best Musical Moments by The Forest Rangers, Curtis Stigers and Paul Brady [LISTEN]

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"Music Times" had the chance to speak with Bob Thiele Jr., music supervisor of FX's "Sons of Anarchy," a few weeks ago about his journey in music in television so far. He created another character on the hit show, which was the episode-ending montages that were often some of contemporary music's most-beloved songs. Well, that never scared Thiele, The Forest Rangers or vocal guests like Curtis Stigers and Paul Brady away. They reworked the tunes to complement scenes of graphic violence and inner turmoil. The question is, what is in store for tonight's finale? Here is a look back at some of the finer musical moments from the show:READ MORE

Danity Kane

10 Bands That Broke Up In 2014: Danity Kane, The Allman Brothers Band, Death Grips, And More

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Unless you're the Rolling Stones, no band can last forever, and in 2014 we lost plenty of wonderful bands. Some split up due to internal differences, while others felt like they had done all they could do artistically. Here are 10 bands that broke up in 2014.READ MORE

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The Rolling Stones' 'Let It Bleed': 9 Songs Ranked For Its 45th Anniversary

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Today, Dec. 5, marks the 45th anniversary of the Rolling Stones' classic 1969 album Let It Bleed, which was their last to feature founding member Brian Jones, who tragically passed away five months before the album's release at age 27. It also marked the band's first release featuring Jones' replacement, Mick Taylor. To celebrate the anniversary of this incredible album, here are its nine songs ranked, from worst to best.READ MORE

Ian McLagan

Ian McLagan, Best Known As The Keyboardist For Small Faces and Faces, Dead At 69 From Stroke

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Ian McLagan has passed away at the age of 69 after suffering a stroke. He was best known as the keyboardist for the legendary English rock bands Small Faces and Faces and also for his collaborations with The Rolling Stones. According to The Austin Chronicle the musician passed away today at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas at 2:39 p.m. CST.READ MORE

Howlin' Wolf

5 Versions of "Little Red Rooster" Ranked; From Howlin' Wolf to The Rolling Stones

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Fifty years on this day The Rolling Stones landed their second no. 1 track: "Little Red Rooster." As with the band's first no. 1 ("It's All Over Now"), the second time atop the charts was a cover of a previous blues track. A number of acts have made singles of the blues standard and Music Times will dare to rank the renditions of the single in terms of quality.READ MORE

Bobby Keys with The Rolling Stones in 1971

Rolling Stones Pay Tribute to Bobby Keys Following Saxophonist's Death, Keith Richards Calls Him "Largest Pal in The World"

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Less than a day after the passing of Bobby Keys—one of the most acclaimed horn players in rock music history—the band that he was most often associated with released several statements lamenting his death at the age of 70 from cirrhosis of the liver.READ MORE

Bobby Keys with The Rolling Stones in 1971

Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies, 'Brown Sugar' Solo Among Artist's Highlights [WATCH]

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Longtime Rolling Stones collaborator Bobby Keys, who played saxophone on hits like "Brown Sugar" and "Live with Me," has died at the age of 70. Keys backed a laundry list of big names including The Who, George Harrison and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Keys worked with The Stones for more than 40 years. He died this morning (Dec. 2) after a long battle with cirrhosisREAD MORE

One Direction at iHeartRadio Music Festival 2014

One Direction Big Winner at Billboard Touring Awards, While Katy Perry and Lionel Richie Also Take Home Prizes

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Everyone knows that most performers make most of their money off of touring so it seems logical to have an awards show that reflects those who do it best.READ MORE

Hakkasan: There for the music.

Eventbrite Lists Top 10 "Most Buzzed About" Music Venues Among Millenials; Hakkasan Tops List as EDM Clubs Dominate

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Eventbrite is perhaps the best source for music venue-related news so we'll give them some credence when it comes to deeming what establishments receive the most attention from the millennial generation. The site, along with Mashwork—a social media analysis site—scoured social media to figure out a Top 10 of the "most buzzed about" concert venues in the country. The results aren't necessarily that exciting.READ MORE

L'Wren Scott and Mick Jagger

Rolling Stones Have Settled with Insurance Company over L'Wren Scott's Death and Australian Tour, Spokesperson Says

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A spokesperson for Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger released a statement on Friday confirming that the band had settled with insurance underwriters regarding an insurance policy the band had taken out on its Australian tour earlier this year. The group was forced to cancel the tour after Jagger's longtime partner L'Wren Scott committed suicide but underwriters claimed that the policy might not have applied to the circumstances at hand, resulting in a lawsuit form the band.READ MORE

L'Wren Scott and Mick Jagger

The Rolling Stones Face Legal Battle with Insurance Underwriters over L'Wren Scott's Mental State and Policy Claims

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The ugly business regarding the death of fashion designer L'Wren Scott has come back to the fore now that insurance underwriters are investigating whether The Rolling Stones can file a claim following her suicide in March. Scott was dating vocalist Mick Jagger, who along with the rest of the band opted to cancel the Stones' tour of Australia following the news.READ MORE

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'Call of Duty' Trailer Soundtracks: From Frank Sinatra to Eminem, AC/DC and More [WATCH]

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The biggest franchise in video games at the moment released another explosive game onto the market this week. The only thing more explosive and out of control than Call of Duty series gameplay nowadays is Call of Duty commercials, which more and more feature big name musicians and celebrity guest stars. The last five titles have all packed an expensive soundtrack into its trailers.READ MORE

Jason Isbell

Americana Darling Jason Isbell Performs Tunes by Cream, The Rolling Stones, Warren Zevon at Sold-Out Nashville Shows [WATCH]

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Former Drive-By Trucker and current Americana superstar Jason Isbell stopped by Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for three nights of tunes, adding covers by Cream, Warren Zevon and The Rolling Stones to his setlists.READ MORE

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