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Gene Simmons Banned From Fox News For LifeAccusing Gene Simmons of bizarre behavior is kind of like accusing the sun of rising in the east, but this time he might have gone too far.
Led Zeppelin At #1 On The Charts This WeekTake a great song, put it in a movie with a superhero, and BOOM you have a chart topping single.
Geezer "Relieved" That It's OverGeezer Butler felt "relief" after Black Sabbath wrapped up their farewell tour earlier this year, and a little bit of sadness.
Ozzy: I'll Never RetireOzzy Osbourne took some of the sting out of his announcement of a final tour, and added some confusion, as he said that he'd never retire "until they put me in a pine box".
GNR: Gibbons N' RosesZZ Top opened a few dates in the current Guns N' Roses tour, so when the tour hit Houston Billy Gibbons was in his hometown and ready to help out the headliner.
Win A Frankie's Italian Cuisine Git CertificateListen to Bill Louis weekdays for the 'NCX Classic Cafe where this week you could win lunch for you and your friends with a $40 gift certificate from Frankie's Italian Cuisine North Olmsted.
Bonham Against A Reunion "Probably"The thought of Jason Bonham being against the reunion of an all time classic rock band seems confusing, but it makes sense if you look at the big picture.
Rod Stewart: Singing On Street Corner AgainOne of the coolest Rod Stewart songs is "Handbags and Gladrags", and a way cool version of it happened Monday on a street corner in London.
Ray Davies: Kinks Not A TeamRay and Dave Davies of the Kinks have made a lifelong feud a kind of family tradition. The latest flare up came when Ray commented that the Beatles were a creative team, and the Kinks were not.
Gene Simmons To Get RoastedGene Simmons of KISS will feel the fire as the subject of the Friars Club Roast March 2nd at the Ziegfield Ballroom in New York City, George Lopez will be the Roastmaster.

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AC/DC's Malcolm Young Dead at 64Young co-founded AC/DC with his brother Angus in 1973.
Classic Rock Almanac November 18, 2017In 1975 Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band make their European debut at London's Hammersmith Odeon.
Gene Simmons Banned From Fox News For LifeAccusing Gene Simmons of bizarre behavior is kind of like accusing the sun of rising in the east, but this time he might have gone too far.
Gene Simmons Banned From Fox News Headquarters... For Life“The lunatics have taken over the insane asylum when respected business entities such as yourself ask guys that like to stick their tongues out what I think of Harvey Weinstein."
The Daily Cut: Jethro Tull "Cross-Eyed Mary"Aqualung was Jethro Tull's first Top 10 and first multi-platinum album. Guitarist Martin Barre recalls how frontman and songwriter Ian Anderson brought the band together to teach them "Cross-Eyed Mary," a song about a sort of female counterpart to the album's title character.
Classic Rock Almanac November 17, 201755 years ago today Neil Young's short-lived band The Classics made its debut at Churchill High School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, five days after Neil's 17th birthday. What was the name of the band Neil would play in a few years later that also included future funk star Rick James?
U2 Release 'American Soul' Featuring Kendrick LamarThe song starts out with sparse, bluesy rock guitars and a thumping beat that accompanies vocalist Bono's seductive vocals and takes flight with the the simple, rousing chorus.
Watch KISS' Gene Simmons Confront Heckler at Solo ShowThe KISS demon was not having any of it.
Fleetwood Mac Detail Self-Titled Album Deluxe ReissueThe 1975 release marked the debut of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham as members of Fleetwood Mac.
Led Zeppelin At #1 On The Charts This WeekTake a great song, put it in a movie with a superhero, and BOOM you have a chart topping single.

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Classic Rock Almanac November 18, 2017In 1975 Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band make their European debut at London's Hammersmith Odeon.
Apple Cake RecipeNow that the holidays are upon us I thought you might like some recipes that have been tried and true. They don’t really involve a lot of work and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry. 
Gene Simmons Banned From Fox News For LifeAccusing Gene Simmons of bizarre behavior is kind of like accusing the sun of rising in the east, but this time he might have gone too far.
Browns Not Intimidated By Jaguars Sack-Happy DefenseThe Jacksonville Jaguars lead the NFL in sacks this season and they've bagged quarterbacks 10 times in 2 games this season to become just the third team since 1940 in NFL history to accomplish the feat.
Browns Notes: Corey Coleman Activated, Kasen Williams WaivedColeman, who has 6 catches for 62 yards and a touchdown in 2 games this season, returns after spending 8 weeks on IR thanks to a broken bone in his right hand suffered in the fourth quarter Sept. 17 at Baltimore, a 24-10 loss to the Ravens.
The Daily Cut: Jethro Tull "Cross-Eyed Mary"Aqualung was Jethro Tull's first Top 10 and first multi-platinum album. Guitarist Martin Barre recalls how frontman and songwriter Ian Anderson brought the band together to teach them "Cross-Eyed Mary," a song about a sort of female counterpart to the album's title character.
Classic Rock Almanac November 17, 201755 years ago today Neil Young's short-lived band The Classics made its debut at Churchill High School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, five days after Neil's 17th birthday. What was the name of the band Neil would play in a few years later that also included future funk star Rick James?
Three Unique Things To Try This Holiday SeasonThe third one is just screaming my name.
Fleetwood Mac Detail Self-Titled Album Deluxe ReissueThe 1975 release marked the debut of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham as members of Fleetwood Mac.
Led Zeppelin At #1 On The Charts This WeekTake a great song, put it in a movie with a superhero, and BOOM you have a chart topping single.

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