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Rock Stars You May Not Know Actually Have Missing Body Parts

Being a rock star has to be one of the greatest jobs — and feelings — in all of existence. Not only do these lucky individuals get to spend their lives following their creative muse, but they get well-compensated for their troubles, in the form of financial riches and the unending adulation of appreciative fans.

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    Rock Stars You May Not Know Actually Have Missing Body Parts

    Rock Stars You May Not Know Actually Have Missing Body Parts

    Being a rock star has to be one of the greatest jobs — and feelings — in all of existence. Not only do these lucky individuals get to spend their lives following their creative muse, but they get well-compensated for their troubles, in the form of financial riches and the unending adulation of appreciative fans.

    Rock Stars Who Cheated Death More Than Once

    Rock Stars Who Cheated Death More Than Once

    Being a rock star is actually a lot of work. Even after you've made it and you're no longer struggling just to get your friends to show up at your open mic, it's not just riding around in private jets and limousines. There are grueling tours that require you to spend months at time doing nothing but rehearsals, sound checks, and travel. There's the physical toll of essentially running a marathon every night as you perform for hours after spending the day getting ready to perform. And then there's the mental toll of always being on, always running at full tilt for people who paid good money to see you — often while still being expected to produce new material so you can keep this exhausting cycle going indefinitely.

    Bands That Were In Tragic Accidents While Touring

    Bands That Were In Tragic Accidents While Touring

    There's nothing quite like the excitement that comes with an announcement that a favorite band is going on tour. There's the initial thrill, checking out the venues, then crossing your fingers in hopes more tour dates are going to be announced. The mad scramble for tickets, the hope of getting decent seats, and entering all the inevitable contests in hopes of scoring better seats ... it's a whole thing.

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