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Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images

45 Years Ago: The Lawsuits That Derailed Grand Funk Railroad

Grand Funk Railroad began 1972 as one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most successful bands. But by March, the popular power trio found itself stuck in a legal quagmire.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

45 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Sell Out Shea Stadium Faster Than the Beatles

Grand Funk Railroad played to 55,000 people in New York on July 9, 1971.

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Capitol

45 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Fight for Their ‘Survival’

Grand Funk Railroad continued their blistering pace with 'Survival.'

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

The Time Grand Funk Railroad’s Equipment Was Seized by Their Former Manager

Grand Funk Railroad were sued by manager Terry Knight in December 1972.

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Capitol Records

How Grand Funk Railroad Continued Their Rise With ‘Live Album’

After three hit albums, Grand Funk Railroad released 'Live Album' in November 1970.

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Capitol
Capitol

45 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Release Their Third Hit Album in a Year, ‘Closer to Home’

In June 1970, Grand Funk Railroad officially arrived at the rock stardom station with their third album released in less than a year, Closer to Home.

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records

40 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Release ‘All the Girls in the World Beware!!!’

Grand Funk's commercial descent began with the December 1974 release of 'All the Girls in the World Beware!!!'

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

45 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Perfect Their Caveman Stomp on the Red Album

Things moved a lot more quickly at the end of the '60s.

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45 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad Begins Steady Journey to Success

Grand Funk Railroad's debut 'On Time,' released in August 1969, had a slow climb to platinum status.

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Kiss, Grand Funk Railroad Guitarist Bruce Kulick Gets Married

Big congratulations to former Kiss and current solo and Grand Funk Railroad guitarist Bruce Kulick, who got married to fiancee Lisa Lane this weekend in Los Angeles. "It was a magical day, with many wonderful memories to share," he enthused on his Facebook page.

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