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10 Infamous Rock Lawsuits

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As we all know, sometimes rockers make headlines for things other than their music. For instance, a nice meaty lawsuit can draw readers to newspapers, magazines and online sites just as easily as a story about someone’s new album. In some cases, it’s musicians going to court to defend their image or their work. In other cases, it could be something truly embarrassing that has landed them in a court of law.

With that in mind, Loudwire has partnered with Ultimate Classic Rock to research and present some of the more headline-grabbing cases in rock history. So hold onto your briefs, as we present you with 10 Infamous Rock Lawsuits. Check out the first case by clicking the red button below.

First Lawsuit: 'Suicide' Note

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