A foul-mouthed reprobate works in a traditionally wholesome profession with young people secretly plots to serve her own ends.
In September, the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead convened in San Francisco with Mark Pinkus, senior VP of Grateful Dead Properties and Worldwide Licensing for Rhino Entertainment.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be, and neither is "Daisy Pulls It Off," the West End long-runner from the 1980s that has returned to Shaftesbury Avenue as part of the ongoing fetish for things…
Atlantic's Stone Temple Pilots and Capitol's Butthole Surfers co-headlined, both celebrating major label debut records, "Core" and "Independent Worm Saloon," respectively.
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