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It’s been six years since Ed Kowalczyk walked away from his multiplatinum-selling band Live and embarked on a solo career. On Friday night, Kowalczyk paid a visit to Niagara Falls, where he sold out the Bear’s Den inside Seneca Niagara Hotel and Casino as part of the latest leg of his “Throwing Copper” 20th anniversary celebration. Clad in black jeans, gray T-shirt, and bl…

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In the summer of 1994, Live was a little-known alternative rock band playing small venues and trying to carve out a spot in the world of post-grunge rock ’n’ roll. The release of the band’s second album, “Throwing Copper,” changed all that. The album, best known for the soulful track, “Lightning Crashes,” rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 and went on to sell more …