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He may have an interest in doing solo projects, but that doesn’t mean ‘s quitting his day job. In fact, the lead singer made certain everyone knew that last night.

After surprising an audience at a Joe Perry gig, the 61-year-old lead singer told the crowd that he isn’t going anywhere. “New York, I want you to know I’m not leaving ,” Tyler claimed. Following his announcement, Tyler fronted a peformance of “Walk This Way.”

That declaration was seconded by Perry on Twitter earlier in the day. “Aerosmith is definetly NOT breaking up. One of the members is doing his own thing and said so in the press. That’s all I know,” he wrote.

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This is way worse than the split between Ken and Barbie.

Rumors are circulating that front man Steven Tyler might be thinking of leaving the band to pursue his own personal musical interests. Tyler, a success without Joe Perry? Dream on!

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Band Hero logo are suing the makers of a music video game.

The American rock group agreed to have their name and likenesses used in Band Hero, but the band’s manager, Jim Guerinot, said they were “mortified” to find out that players could use singer to perform other artists’ songs. “They’re just like, ‘What? We didn’t sign up for this,’ ” Guerinot said.

No Doubt - whose hits include “Don’t Speak” and “Just A Girl” - are suing the game’s manufacturers Activision for breach of contract and fraudulent inducement. Activision said it “believes it is within its legal rights with respect to the use and portrayal of the band.”

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SlashSlash is finishing recording his solo album today.

The former guitarist said he’s recording the last song for his debut solo album - which will feature a number of guest vocalists - and can’t wait for the results to be released.

“It’s pretty much done. I’ve got a couple of songs left to mix and I’ve got one song left to record which I’m doing as soon as I leave here, after I head back tomorrow,” he said Monday at the Marshall Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards. “There’s quite a list of people on the album. I’m not publicly talking about who it is until all the ink is dried on all the different contracts, but the rumors are out there - you sort of know what’s going on.”

Those reportedly appearing on the album include ex Guns N’ Roses bandmate Steven Adler, Black Eyed Peas’ vocalist Fergie, , Chris Cornell, Flea, Dave Grohl and Cyprus Hill on a new version of “Paradise City.”

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Ian Brown

Ian Brown was arrested yesterday for allegedly attacking his wife.

The former Stone Roses singer was taken into custody on suspicion of assault after neighbors alerted police to a disturbance at his west London home. When officers arrived, Fabiola Quiroz, the mother of Ian’s 9-year-old son, told officers her husband had abused her.

“A 46-year-old man was arrested at the address and taken to a police station,” a police spokesman confirmed. The “Stellify” singer was later released on bail until a hearing next month.

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Bon Jovi

has been blasted for “ludicrous” ticket prices for their London tour.

The “We Weren’t Born to Follow” rockers are set to play a string of dates at the city’s O2 Arena starting June 7, but fans are upset they will have to pay up to a staggering $2100 to see their idols.

General admission to the shows costs $73 for the cheapest seats, rising to $327, while the price of the highest-banded premium tickets has led angry fans to call for a boycott of the concerts.

One wrote on the group’s website: “I am going to stand up for what I believe in and use my earnings to feed my kids rather than lining some fat cat’s pockets.” Another added: “After writing an album about the world’s problems with the recession the prices are just a mockery.”

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will play a free show in Germany to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The “Get On Your Boots” rockers will play in front of Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate as part of the MTV European Music Awards (EMAs) on November 5, as a prelude to the city’s “Fall of the Wall” celebrations.

“It’ll be an exciting spot to be in, 20 years almost to the day since the wall came down,” the group’s manager, Paul McGuinness, said. “They’re expecting tens of thousands of people to turn up,” a source added to Britain’s Daily Mirror. “They’ve played some interesting places in the past but this’ll certainly be the most ambitious - and most poignant - one to date.”

Parts of the set will be beamed live into the EMAs which take place in the city on the same day.

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Eric ClaptonMusician Jeff Beck will be stepping in for Eric Clapton later this week during festivities for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The 64-year-old guitarist was forced to cancel his Madison Square Garden performance after undergoing surgery for gallstones.

Beck is just one of several musicians lined up for the two-day benefit event in New York. Stevie Wonder, Sting, Paul Simon and Crosby, Stills & Nash are amongst those scheduled for Thursday while Aretha Franklin, Lenny Kravitz, U2 and Metallica are on the slate for Friday.

Bruce Springsteen - who canceled an appearance in Kansas City yesterday after a death in his family - is also supposed to appear on Thursday.

Clapton is reportedly doing well and is recovering from his operation in England.

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Bruce Springsteen in concert

A death in ‘s immediate family resulted in the cancellation of his Kansas City concert tonight. The announcement came less than two hours before the show was to begin.

“Lenny Sullivan, Bruce’s cousin and the assistant road manager of the E Street Band for the last ten years, passed away today at the age of 36. A warm and sensitive person, he was beloved by Bruce, the Band, the crew, and the entire Thrill Hill family,” read the statement on Springsteen’s website.

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Eddie Van Halen and Janie LiszewskiAvril Lavigne and Deryck Whibley

For today’s installment, we have legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen on the left and Sum 41’s on the right.

One’s had experience Runnin’ with the Devil while the other’s splitting from Avril Lavigne.

(Make sure to check out more of our Celebrity Double-Takes here, here and here.)

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