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1. Special sound, stolen in dead of night -

Stellar Nashville drummer Martin Lynds still possesses magnificent chops. But he may never again sound just like Martin Lynds.

Vile human coyotes who prey on their brethren – the majority of us, for whom grace and trust are signposts – have chomped into his soul.

2. Bass, Berry & Sims adds pair to Healthcare Group -

Bass, Berry & Sims has added Gina R. Shockley and Marc A. Rigsby to its Healthcare Practice Group.

Shockley joins the firm as counsel focusing in the area of pharmaceutical supply chains. Rigsby joins as an associate in the health care group’s regulatory team.

3. Reluctant Berry finds good life in loan (not pawn) business -

“Go ahead. Make my day.” I’m not a gun guy. Covered too much death during my career. Still, I couldn’t resist thinking about Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry Callahan, who recites that matter-of-fact “lecture” while pointing his .44 Magnum at a punk pondering a mortal miscue.

4. 1st production model Stratocaster for sale: $250K -

NASHVILLE (AP) - George Gruhn's guitar shop in Nashville is a kind of mecca for fine, vintage musical instruments, but even Gruhn is blown away by the latest addition to his inventory. He says it's the very first production model Fender Stratocaster ever made.

5. Fender decides against taking the public stage -

NEW YORK (AP) — The guitar-maker Fender, finding itself playing before a hostile crowd, is reversing course on becoming a publicly traded company.

The company, whose guitars have been wielded by Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen and set afire by Jimi Hendrix, said late Thursday that economic strife, particularly in Europe, has created a poor environment for an initial public offering.

6. Maker of Fender guitars files for $200M IPO -

NEW YORK (AP) — An instrumental piece of rock and roll history is going public.

Fender Musical Instruments Corp., the maker of legendary guitars strummed by the likes of Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, filed papers Thursday for a $200 million initial public offering.