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Neil J. Rosini and Michael I. Rudell

Nostalgia-soaked fans who crave to hear performances of silver-maned musicians on tour or on public television during pledge week prove that the names of at least some 50-year-old bands still have value. But while the popularity of a band’s name might endure, the original performers might not. Over the decades some die, leave to pursue solo careers, or simply find something else to do. Substitutes for original band members in still-popular groups often perform as members for as long or longer than the founders.

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