Variety noted that the times were already a-changin' back in 1958.
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Jake and Elwood Blues are on a new mission: finding a place in primetime.
Singer-guitarist Eddie Kirkland, a key performer on the '50s Detroit blues scene and John Lee Hooker's longtime bandmate, died Sunday, Feb. 27, in a car accident near Tampa, Fla. He was 88.
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Right now they're calling themselves the Assn. of Media Composers and Lyricists. If hundreds of Hollywood tunesmiths have their way, the AMCL could soon be part of Teamsters Local 399.
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