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Peter Collins, producer for Rush, Bon Jovi and more, dies aged 73

Rush and Bon Jovi – has died at the age of 73.It has been reported that the producer passed away in his home in Nashville, Tennessee after battling pancreatic cancer. Collins credits include Rush’s ‘Power Windows’, Bon Jovi’s ‘These Days’, Queensryche’s ‘Operation: Mindcrime’, Alice Cooper’s ‘Hey Stoopid’, Gary Moore’s ‘After the War’, Jewel‘s ‘Spirit’, Rick Astley‘s ‘Portrait’ and over 50 other albums.Rush paid tribute to the producer with a post on their official Instagram post. “Peter Collins was our beloved producer for 4 albums.

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John Rich reminisces about the ‘destructive, crazy’ things he did and roots for Morgan Wallen
allegedly throwing a chair off the sixth story of rooftop bar in Nashville, Tennessee.Rich, 50, who is one half of the duo Big & Rich with Big Kenny, shared his advice for the embattled 30-year-old “Wasted on You” singer, who was arrested on Sunday night and later charged with three felony counts of reckless endangerment and one count of disorderly conduct.In a post he shared on X, the “Save A Horse” hitmaker explained that he empathized with Wallen due to his own past struggles with fame.“Reading about Morgan Wallen this morning, and I can’t help but recall all the destructive, crazy things I did early on in my career,” Rich wrote in a post that he shared on X on Monday.He continued, “The combo of intense pressure, expectations and over the top success is a dangerous cocktail.”“Thank God I had great mentors who helped guide me out of that mindset, and I hope Morgan has some people around him who care about him enough to help him find a new approach to life,” Rich added.“It takes a lifetime to build what he’s built, and one second to destroy it all. I’m rooting for him to turn it around.”The Metro Nashville Police Department shared Wallen’s booking photo on social media along with an arrest report stating he was “booked early today on 3 cts of felony reckless endangerment and 1 ct of misdemeanor disorderly conduct for throwing a chair from the rooftop of Chief’s Bar Sun night.