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For: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 

>>Kiss Shares Preview Of Film 

(Las Vegas, NV)  --  A preview of "Kiss Rocks Vegas" is available online.  The film was shot in 2014 during the band's residency at the Hard Rock Hotel and will be shown across the country for one night only on May 25th.  Fans will also get exclusive interviews and special never-before-seen footage.  Check out the trailer on YouTube and get more info on theaters at: kissmycinema.com. 

>>Ozzy Gets Tram Named For Him 

(Birmingham, England)  --  Cue the Crazy Train jokes! Ozzy Osborne is getting a Midland Metro tram named after him in his hometown of Birmingham, England.  The Sabbath frontman will attend a tram-naming ceremony Thursday.  Osbourne said, "It's a great honor to have a new tram named after me, I'm proud to be a Brummie and this means so much." 

>>Ellen Young Gives Axl Fashion Advice 

(Undated)  --  An AC/DC fan is claiming to have gotten some insider info from Angus Young and his wife.  The fan reportedly ran into the couple in Vienna and wrote about the experience on a fan page yesterday.  The post reveals Angus' wife Ellen says Axl is very sweet, has been a pleasure to work with and is very funny.  She even went as far as to say he has brought a lot of fun into the band again.  The writer also claims Ellen has taken control of Axl Rose's look, making him get rid of the hats and sunglasses on stage because "people want to see his eyes and face when he is up there." 

>>Elvis' Guitar Sells At Auction 

(Undated)  --  A guitar that once belonged to Elvis Presley is in a new home.  The Gibson Dove, which was given to Elvis by his father, brought in about 333-thousand dollars at a weekend auction.  Lyrics to "Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite!" handwritten by John Lennon, also fetched big bucks, bringing in more then 353-thousand dollars.  Stevie Ray Vaughan's Fender Broadcaster, which was expected to go for over 400-thousand dollars, did not sell.