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The Real Names of the Most Popular Rock and Pop Stars

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56. Shania Twain
> Birth name: Eilleen Regina Edwards
> Biggest hit: You’re Still The One (peak: 2, weeks on the Hot 100: 42)

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57. Eddie Vedder
> Birth name: Edward Louis Severson III
> Biggest hit: My City Of Ruins (Live From The Kennedy Center Honors) (peak: 92, weeks on the Hot 100: 1)

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58. Sid Vicious
> Birth name: John Simon Ritchie
> Biggest hit: Something Else (peak: N/A, weeks on the Hot 100: N/A)

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59. Stevie Wonder
> Birth name: Steveland Hardaway Judkins
> Biggest hit: I Just Called To Say I Love You (peak: 1, weeks on the Hot 100: 26)

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60. Bill Wyman
> Birth name: William George Perks Jr.
> Biggest hit: In Another Land (peak: 87, weeks on the Hot 100: 5)

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