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Quick quips: Grateful Dead, Black Sabbath, Rolling Stones, Bobby Rush, Six Teens, Beatles 

added: 22 Nov 2011 // by: VVN Music 

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The music of the Grateful Dead may be coming to the big screen in a narrative-style film similar to the Beatles-themed Across the Universe.
ICM has acquired access to the Dead catalog and has struck up a relationship with band archivist David Lemieux and Mark Pinkus, the General Manager of Dead properties at Warner Brothers.


It has been estimated by a U.K. source that the reunited Black Sabbath could make more than $150 million in 2012 between a new album and world tour. That could lead to almost $40 million per member.


For the eighth year, artists from a variety of genres will come together at New York's Carnegie Hall to raise money for education of underprivileged youths with this year's salute being to the Rolling Stones. A total of 21 artists will perform 21 songs from the group's Hot Rocks 1964-1971 on March 13.
So far, Rosanne Cash, Steve Earle, Glen Hansard and the Mountain Goats have signed on for the event with more artists to be announced in the near future.


Bluesman Bobby Rush was honored on the floor of the House of Representatives in a resolution put forward by Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN).


Daryl Lewis, vocalist for the Six Teens, passed away on November 10 from lung cancer at the age of 72. The Six Teens hit with A Casual Look (1956/#25 Pop/#7 R&B).


A vinyl single of the Beatles Please Please Me/Ask Me Why recently sold on eBay for $12,720. What makes this particular item unique is that George Harrison and John Lennon signed the record on the a-side while Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr signed the b-side.

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