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June 25 1969, The Hollies recorded 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'. The ballad was written by Bobby Scott and Bob Russell (who was dying of cancer of the lymph nodes). The pair met in person only three times, but managed to collaborate on the song. The track which features Elton John on piano was re-released in late 1988 in the UK following its use in a television advertisement for Miller Lite beer, where it reached No.1.
(Monday, April 18, 2016 – Toronto): The Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) has released a report that illustrates the opportunities and challenges that exist for Canadian musicians seeking to play shows and do business in the United States. The report calls for fairness and reciprocity when it comes to US immigration and tax policies as they relate to Canadian artists.
Over the Border and into the Clubs: Canada’s Music Industry and the US Market quantifies the risks, costs and difficulties that impact Canadian artists who seek to promote their music in the United States.
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page have issued a joint statement after a jury ruled that Led Zeppelin did not plagiarise their 1971 hit “Stairway to Heaven”.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler unveiled his new single, "We're All Somebody from Somewhere," during an appearance Friday morning on NBC's Today show. He also sang "Cryin'" and the Janis Joplin smash "Piece of My Heart."
Iggy Pop is planning to "step back" from the music industry some time soon. The 69-year-old singer has been a big name in the music industry since the late Sixties, and frequently hit headlines due to his partying and drug taking over the years. But while Iggy is still as popular as ever, he admits he is considering retirement in the not too distant future.
2004, A Fender Stratocaster that Eric Clapton nicknamed 'Blackie' sold at a Christie's auction for $959,500 (£564,412) in New York, making it the most expensive guitar in the world. The proceeds of the sale went towards Clapton's Crossroads addiction clinic, which he founded in 1998.
June 23, 2004, Bob Dylan was awarded an honorary degree by the University of St. Andrews Scotland's oldest University and made a "Doctor of Music."
LOS ANGELES, June 22 (UPI) -- Grammy Award-winning musician Meat Loaf is readying the release of his album Braver Than We Are for 429 Records.
The artist is once again working with his longtime collaborator, songwriter Jim Steinman. The album will be available digitally, on CD and vinyl in Europe on Sept. 9 and in the United States and rest of the world on Sept. 16.
In 2016, it’s safe to assume the well of Nirvana rarities has mostly run dry, but every so often, a few nuggets fall in our laps. Alternative Nation reports that a pair of previously unheard tracks were recently uncovered after a fan purchased an old studio reel off eBay.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has confirmed the band will hit the road for a farewell tour in 2017.
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