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Daily Rewind: Gene Simmons, Sammy Hagar + More

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Today, Sammy Hagar starts making big plans to celebrate his 40th anniversary in the business, we find out if Gene Simmons looks good on the dance floor, and Ringo Starr offers the animal kingdom some help.

Plus, a Rolling Stone books an intimate series of shows in New York City, Courtney Love loses control of her deceased husband’s name and image, and Bruce Springsteen sings in tribute to Levon Helm.

Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:

Ex-Rolling Stones Guitarist Mick Taylor Books NYC Shows
Courtney Love Loses Rights to Kurt Cobain’s Name
Gregg Allman Given Green Light to Resume Book Tour
Lars Ulrich Recalls Lou Reed Challenging Him to a Fight
Sammy Hagar Plots Multi-Band Career Retrospective Tour
Is Gene Simmons a Good Dancer?
Bruce Springsteen Pays Tribute to Levon Helm by Covering ‘The Weight’
Ringo Starr Offers a Supportive Drumstick to Black Rhinos

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