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Next Time - Various - Lit Up A Millennium Tribute To Buckcherry (CD)

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  1. The Second Coming: A Millennium Tribute To 80's Hard Rock/Heavy Metal: Composer: The Next Level: James Grear: Composer: The Bad Boys of Beach Music, Vol. 2: Composer: Straight from the Heart: Sally Harmon.
  2. The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject. You may improve this article, discuss the issue on the talk page, or create a new article, as appropriate. (August ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message).
  3. A year later Cain replaced keyboardist Mike Corby in the British band the Babys, which scored the hits "Isn't It Time" and "Every Time I Think of You." When the group disbanded in , Cain joined Journey prior to their breakthrough hit, Escape, and remained in the band until they broke up .
  4. Emmylou Harris. Emmylou Harris (born April 2, ) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. She has released many chart-topping albums and singles over the course of her career, and has won 12 Grammys and numerous other awards.
  5. Dec 12,  · Bono grew up at 10 Cedarwood Road, and although he’s referenced his neighborhood plenty of times throughout U2’s history, this is the first time .
  6. July 12 – Buckcherry breaks up on the heels of lead singer Josh Todd's decision to quit the group. They would reunite in July 23 – My Chemical Romance's first album, "I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love" was released to the public.
  7. Various Artists – Tune In To Mind Radio: A Tribute to Kelly Keeling. Atlanta Rhythm Section – Are You Ready! Glenn Hughes – Live in Wolverhampton. Jimi Hendrix – People, Hell and Angels. W.E.T. – Rise Up. Great White - 30 Years - Live From the Sunset Strip. Fleetwood Mac – Rumors (3-CD Set) Bill Leverty – Drive. Buckcherry.
  8. Jul 05,  · The quintet from Champaign, IL has always been a popular draw in the Gateway city, and Sunday was no different. With a large crowd filed in opening acts Joe Dirt, Michael Stanley, and Don Felder kept the crowd entertained until Styx hit the stage for a strong set that included the songs “Gone, Gone, Gone”, “Radio Silence” and the instrumental “Khedive” from their just released CD.

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