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Whitney Houston
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Whitney Elizabeth Houston

Born: August 9th, 1963
Birthplace: Newark, NJ
Died: February 11th, 2012
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: drowning

Gender: Female
Religion: Baptist
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Singer/Actress/Entertainer

Nationality: United States
Official Website:
http://www.whitneyhouston.com/

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Whitney Houston - The Greatest Love Of All (Arista)
 
Beatles Break Billboard History

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The latest Beatles album - On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2 – has debuted at #7 on the U.S.A’s Billboard 200, making it the Fab Four's 31st Top 10 album. The album, which contains live recordings the group made between 1962 and 1964 at the B.B.C, sold 37,000 copies according to Billboard.
On Air is the sequel to the group's 1994 album Live at the BBC, which debuted at #3 and sold 360,000 copies. That release returned to the charts this week, too, reaching #34, meaning two Beatles albums in the Top 40, over 40 years since they split.
The Beatles are not, however, the group with the most Top 10s. The Rolling Stones have notched up 36 Top 10s in the U.S. Plenty of live albums and compilations included.
Billboard has now updated its list of the artists with the most Top 10 releases since it began tabulating record sales in 1956. Following the Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra comes in at #2 with 33 Top 10 releases. Barbra Streisand is #3 with 32, The Beatles just earned their slot at #4 with 31 and Elvis Presley is #5 with 27 Top 10 releases.

The latest Beatles album - On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2 – has debuted at #7 on the U.S.A’s Billboard 200, making it the Fab Four's 31st Top 10 album. The album, which contains live recordings the group made between 1962 and 1964 at the B.B.C, sold 37,000 copies according to Billboard.

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Orbison Receives Iconic Riff Award

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One of rock and roll's greatest guitar riffs is receiving special recognition. On Jan. 28, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will posthumously honor legendary musician Roy Orbison with the Iconic Riff Award for his classic song, "Oh, Pretty Woman." Co-written by Orbison and Bill Dees, "Oh, Pretty Woman" was released as a single in 1964 and spent three weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In the midst of Beatle-mania, the single also topped the British charts for three weeks.
Artists as diverse as Al Green and Van Halen have covered the song, with Van Halen scoring a hit with their searing version in 1982. The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors musicians from all genres and eras of recorded music, and inductees are nominated by current members of the American Federation of Musicians and by other music industry professionals. Orbison has the distinction of being the first-ever recipient of this newly created award.

One of rock and roll's greatest guitar riffs is receiving special recognition. On Jan. 28, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will posthumously honor legendary musician Roy Orbison with the Iconic Riff Award for his classic song, "Oh, Pretty Woman." Co-written by Orbison and Bill Dees, "Oh, Pretty Woman" was released as a single in 1964 and spent three weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In the midst of Beatle-mania, the single also topped the British charts for three weeks.

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The Richest Rock Stars?
Forbes has unleashed its list of the “World’s 25 Highest-Paid Musicians” for 2013, and the roster features some big names in the rock world.
Coldplay scored the highest among rock talented, landing at No. 5 on Forbes’ list and earning roughly $64 million this year, much of it coming from the band’s world tour in support of the group’s current album, Mylo Xyloto. Former Pink Floyd singer and bass player Roger Waters did pretty well for himself, too, landing at No. 15 on the list and pulling in $44 million from his “The Wall Live” trek. That tour has actually raised almost half a billion dollars over the past three years—how crazy is that?
Another rock name, Muse, is neck-and-neck with Rihanna for the No. 16 place on the roster, with each earning about $43 million. Likewise, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Dr. Dre are tied for the No. 20 spot, with both of them pulling in $40 million, the Peppers from their tour in support of their latest full-length, I’m With You.
Forbes bases its standings on estimates of gross income brought in by each musician or band between June 1 of 2012 and June 1 of 2013.

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Forbes has unleashed its list of the “World’s 25 Highest-Paid Musicians” for 2013, and the roster features some big names in the rock world.

Coldplay scored the highest among rock talented, landing at No. 5 on Forbes’ list and earning roughly $64 million this year,

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Dylan “Interactive” Video Goes Viral
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Bob Dylan is old-school. Yet a new interactive video for “Like A Rolling Stone” is trying to engage with all generations of Dylan fans. Created by digital media company Interlude, it has 16 different storylines (presented as distinct TV channels), which viewers can toggle between.

 

The “Like A Rolling Stone” video is certainly very clever. But it could be folly. “It’s an hour and 15 minutes of content if you watch every channel from top to bottom,” director Vania Heymann
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