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Is the Hall of Fame Staging a New British Invasion?

Five out of seven inductees for 2019 are U.K. artists – but why are Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and others still on the outside?

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Superman Movies Ranked Worst to Best

Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. But which Superman movies leap over the others?

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Albums We're Expecting in 2019

It's early yet, but 2019 is already shaping up to be an intriguing year for rock fans.

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Cure Albums Ranked Worst to Best

Gloomy, gothy, punky, poppy -- the multidimensional band's albums are among the best of the era.

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(Don't) Listen to Pitbull's Take on Toto's 'Africa'

The rapper's shark-jumping “Ocean to Ocean” might be the worst version of all time.

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Why Radiohead Might Not Attend Their Hall of Fame Ceremony

They were on the ballot last year as well, and showed no small degree of apathy toward the nomination.

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Rami Malek Reveals 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Health Risks

He bulked up, then immediately crash dieted to play Freddie Mercury in the world-dominating biopic.

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Nancy Wilson, legendary jazz singer, Grammy winner, dead at 81

Nancy Wilson, a three-time Grammy-winning "song stylist" who excelled as a jazz and pop singer,  died Thursday, her manager told The Associated Press. She was 81.

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Wilson died after a long illness at her home in Pioneertown, California, Devra Hall Levy, her manager and publicist, said late Thursday.

Wilson put 11 songs into Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart during her career, according to IMDb. Her 1964 song, “(You Don’t Know) How Glad I Am” rose to No. 11 on the charts. From March 1964 and June 1965, Wilson placed four albums in Billboard’s Top LP charts.

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Wilson won her first Grammy Award in 1965 for best R&B recording for her album, “How Glad I Am,” according to IMDb. She also won Grammys for her albums “R.S.V.P. (Rare Songs, Very Personal) in 2005, and “Turned to Blue” in 2007.

She retired from live performances in 2011.

Wilson was born Feb. 20, 1937, in Chillicothe, Ohio, according to IMDb.

In addition to her singing career, Wilson appeared on radio, television and film. Her credits include “Hawaii Five-O” and “Police Story,” and she hosted NPR’s “Jazz Profiles” for many years, according to the AP

Wilson was active in the civil rights movement and participated in the 1965 march in Selma, Alabama, according to the AP. She received an NAACP Image Award in 1998, according to IMDb.

Roy Wood 'Devastated' After His Equipment Was Stolen

Thieves stole a truck containing guitars and an amplifier belonging to Roy Wood, leader of the Move and a founding member of ELO.

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David Lee Roth Hints That Van Halen's Return Is 'Around the Corner'

David Lee Roth spoke about the probability of Van Halen touring in the summer of 2019.

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