Live Vs Their Singer

(Classic Rock) Three original members of 90s band Live are suing the fourth, singer Ed Kowalczyk, for $2m, saying he's usurping their name to promote solo shows.

And the outfit best remembered for 1994 album Throwing Copper and hit single I Alone claim they were forced to go on hiatus in 2009 as the only way to get rid of the vocalist.

Guitarist Chad Taylor, bassist Patrick Dahlheimer and drummer Chad Gracey hired new singer Chris Shinn and continue to perform. But they're angry that Kowalczyk named his solo album Alive and is advertising his shows as "Ed Kowalczyk of Live".

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