Dick Wagner, who played guitar with Alice Cooper, Lou Reed and at various points in his career, died on July 30th after being hospitalized in Scottsdale, Arizona for respiratory failure. Two weeks earlier, he had undergone a cardiac procedure, according to Detroit Free Press. He was 71
"Even though we know it's inevitable, we never expect to suddenly lose close friends and collaborators," Cooper said in a statement. "Dick Wagner and I shared as many laughs as we did hit records. He was one of a kind. He is irreplaceable. His brand of playing and writing is not seen anymore, and there are very few people that I enjoyed working with as much as I enjoyed working with Dick Wagner."
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Random House in Australia is putting out an updated 2014 version of the book The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC featuring a new cover featuring an Angus Young photo by Chris Walter taken in San Bernardino, California in September 1980.
The HBO show from the 2014 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony again features a number of Classic photos by Chris Walter. The show starts airing May 31st.
Artists are Clarence Clemons, Cat Stevens, Hall & Oates, Kiss and Peter Gabriel.