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Two members of Alice In Chains will pay tribute to the band Heart at the latter group's upcoming induction into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Guitarist Jerry Cantrell and bassist Mike Inez will both give testimonials at the September 25th ceremony. Inez once played bass in Heart's touring lineup, while Cantrell has known the band's Wilson sisters for years as part of the Seattle music community. Heart will receive the 2,481st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the event will take place in front of the Musician's Institute, where a number of other music artists have their stars. The ceremony will be live streamed at www.WalkofFame.com. (Loudwire)

Kings Of Leon are getting a star on Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame. The band will get the Walk's 61st star during an induction ceremony on September 21st at 1:00 p.m. ET that's free and open to the public. A statement from the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau said, "Kings of Leon was created and discovered in Nashville, and the band still proudly calls the city home. They are a perfect example of what this project is all about -- local musicians who transcend genre to produce great music loved by all." (Audio Ink Radio)

Late AC/DC singer Bon Scott will be honored with a statue in Kirriemuir, Scotland, his birthplace and home in his early years. A community group called DD8 Music, which organizes the annual Bon Scott music festival in the town, has asked sculptor John McKenna to design a statue as a lasting tribute. McKenna said, "It's early days, but it's a great honor. Bon Scott was an icon from my teenage years." There's no word on when the statue is expected to be unveiled. The legendary singer was just 33 when he was found dead in February 1980 from acute alcohol poisoning after a night out in London. (HenneMusic)

Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic has teamed up with Bill Finkbeiner, a Republican running for lieutenant governor of the state of Washington, to create a new video in which the two perform Finkbeiner's campaign theme, a take on Johnny Cash's "I've Been Everywhere." Finkbeiner said in a statement, "It's been an adventure campaigning for Lt. Governor across the state and sharing my plan for political reform, bipartisan cooperation, and real-world solutions in Olympia. Trying to put this experience in words is impossible, so we put it to pictures and music." (Loudwire)

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