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Former Survivor Bassist Stephan Ellis Dies
He played on all the band's biggest hits.
Survivor's Frankie Sullivan Sues Former Singer Dave Bickler
The guy who sang "Eye of the Tiger" is the target of a new lawsuit by the band's founder.
35 Years Ago: Survivor Follow 'Rocky III' Success With 'Eye of the Tiger' Album
As the members of Survivor began preparations for their third album, they knew they still had a lot to prove.
Survivor's Knockout Punch to 'Rocky III,' 'Eye of the Toger'
Survivor tasted their first Top 40 success with their second album, 1981's Premonition, but they were still waiting for their big break when they started working on their third LP.
Mike Huckabee Owes Survivor $25,000 for Using 'Eye of the Tiger'
Mike Huckabee agreed to a confidential settlement with Rude Music, which is owned by Frankie Sullivan, Survivor's guitarist and the co-writer of the band's No. 1 hit.
Exclusive: Survivor Part Ways With Singer Dave Bickler
Survivor have been in a state of transition since August 2014 when Jimi Jamison, who handled lead vocals for the band beginning in the mid-’80s, passed away suddenly.
Survivor Co-Founders Prepare for Legal Battle Over Band Name
Survivor co-founders Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik are engaged in a legal tug-of-war over use of the band's name.
Survivor Objects to Use of 'Eye of the Tiger' at Kim Davis Rally
Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan said that "Eye of the Tiger" was used without their permission at a rally for Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.
Jim Peterik of Survivor's First Band, the Ides of March, Celebrate 50 Years with Box Set
The band, which hit No. 2 with 1970's "Vehicle," have released a new five-disc compilation.
Survivor Accuse Sony of Fighting Dirty in Online Royalty Battle
Survivor might be following Taylor Swift on her journey off Spotify -- although it won't be because they want to.
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