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QUEEN + PAUL RODGERS Announce U.S. Dates

Legendary rock icons Brian May and Roger Taylor of QUEEN, and Paul Rodgers of BAD COMPANY and FREE, just off a sold-out, 32-date arena tour of Europe under the banner of QUEEN + PAUL RODGERS, are headed for the U.S. later this year. They will bring their acclaimed show to the U.S. for two rare ...

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JIMMY PAGE And BRIAN MAY To Judge Charity Guitar Competition Sunday

Launch Radio Networks reports: LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page and QUEEN guitarist Brian May will be among the celebrity judges at a charity guitar competition this weekend. They've signed on to vote at Riffathon 2005, which takes place at the Hammersmith Palais in London on Sunday (July 24). Competitors will play songs including QUEEN's "Hammer ...

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LED ZEPPELIN Voted 'Ideal Supergroup'

BBC News has issued the following report: The four members of LED ZEPPELIN have been voted the U.K.'s ideal supergroup, with Robert Plant beating the late Freddie Mercury to best singer. About 3,500 music fans were polled for Planet Rock Radio and were asked to create their fantasy band. Jimmy Page won best ...

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DAVID COVERDALE Chats With KISS 106.1: Audio Available

WHITESNAKE singer David Coverdale phoned in to the "Jackie & Bender" show on KISS 106.1 FM in Seattle on Wednesday (June 22). Jackie and Sammi joked about how they've been counting down his birthday, but David said he's counting in reverse at his age. Coverdale then talked about living in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, where he's ...

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WHITESNAKE DVD Due In August, Catalogue CDs To Follow

Launch Radio Networks reports: August 16 is the release date for WHITESNAKE's first-ever concert DVD. It's called "The Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues Show Live", and it was shot last October at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, which is one of singer David Coverdale's favorite places to play. Coverdale told Launch that it was ...

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