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Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars offers an update after he was knocked over by an audience member at a Canadian concert. [Loudwire]

– Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler opens up about the reasons for his return to rehab. [Loudwire]

Queens of the Stone Age have unveiled an unnerving new animated video for ‘I Appear Missing.’ [Loudwire]

– The three remaining members of Stone Temple Pilots have announced their first performance since ousting Scott Weiland. [Loudwire]

Marky Ramone discusses recording with producer Phil Spector, his autobiography and more in our exclusive interview. [Loudwire]

Led Zeppelin reportedly turned down a request from former President Bill Clinton to appear at the 12-12-12 benefit. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– The Rolling Stones and Tom Waits teamed up on ‘Little Red Rooster’ during the Stones’ Oakland show. Watch here: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Dude sounds like a lady? It happens more than you think. Check out Diffuser’s 15 Singers With Sexually Ambiguous Voices list: []

– Seventeen years ago, The Cure released their ‘Wild Mood Swings’ album. []

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