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Updated: Kiss Sued For Unpaid Royalties By Eric Carr’s Family

Update 3/12: Both Carr's family and Kiss singer / guitarist Paul Stanley have denied that Carr's family is actually involved in this lawsuit. Get the full details here.

The family of the late Eric Carr, former drummer for Kiss, has filed a lawsuit against the group alleging that they are not being paid their proper royalties.

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Band to Pay $1.4 Million to Fan Injured in Stage Dive

This news story falls outside our usual list of artists, but yet another incident has called into question the issue of the safety of stage diving. On Thursday (Feb. 13), the band Fishbone has been ordered to pay $1.4 million in damages to a fan who broke her skull and collarbone at one of their concerts.

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Survivor Members Sue Sony

In 2012, the members of Toto filed a lawsuit against Sony Music alleging unpaid digital royalties, and now they've got company: Survivor co-founders Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik are also taking the label conglomerate to court.

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Sting Earns $2,000 a Day Because Puff Daddy Didn’t Say ‘Please’ Back in 1997

It’s safe to say that Sting never has to work again if he doesn’t want to. On top of all his income from touring and his incredibly popular back catalog, a new article reveals that he earns $730,000 a year — $2,000 a day — in royalties from only one song, ‘Every Breath You Take.’

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Bob Dylan Sued for Racist Comments

Race, politics and religion are subjects probably better left out of conversation in mixed company, even if you happen to be conversing with one of rock's greatest living poets. Just ask Bob Dylan, who's accused of making racist comments in a lawsuit recently filed by an organization called the Council of Croats.

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Kids Falsely Accuse Teacher of Being a ‘Perv,’ Now Owe Him $360,000

A jury in San Jose, California, found that a group of young girls falsely accused gym teacher John Fischler of being what they called a "perv" and peeking in on them in the bathroom.

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Totally Bitter Man Bills Ex-Girlfriend for $200,000 for Everything He Ever Bought Her

The esteemed poet Jennifer Lopez once said "Love don't cost a thing."

Turns out she was way off.

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AshleyMadison.com Employee Sues Dating Site for $20 Million, Claims She Got Hurt Typing Fake Profiles

Hold onto your wedding rings, everybody.

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Lawsuit Alleges Classic Rockers Not Getting Paid by SiriusXM

According to a new lawsuit recently filed by the royalty-collection organization SoundExchange, the SiriusXM satellite radio service is neglecting to pay artists for the broadcast of any music recorded before 1972.

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The Rolling Stones Sue Clothing Company Over Mouth Logo

The Rolling Stones are suing a German clothing company over its use of the band's famous logo. According to NME, the manufacturer has appropriated the Stones' popular mouth logo on posters and other promotional items found in its stores.

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Great White and Jack Russell End Legal Tug-of-War Over Band Name

Great White's most recent reunion ended with original singer Jack Russell out of the lineup and fighting for the right to use the band's name -- a fight that's now ended in what looks like a rock 'n' roll draw.

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‘Hot for Teacher’ Lawsuit Dismissed

The lawsuit brought by a former Oakland University (Mich.) student suspended for basing an essay on Van Halen's 'Hot for Teacher' has been resolved. A federal court judge has dismissed Joseph Corlett's suit, ruling that his speech was not protected by the First Amendment.

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