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>Rolling Stones To Display Memorabilia At London Gallery
The Rolling Stones are showing off memorabilia from their 50 years in music. The group's "Exhibitionism" show will kick off next April at London's Saatchi Gallery and will run until September. Costumes, instruments, dressing room items and unseen video footage from the rock group's time in the spotlight will all be on display. Mick Jagger says they've been thinking about doing this kind of exhibit "for quite a long time." Tickets for the event start going on sale next week.
>>Rock Memorabilia Up For Auction
Rare items from the Beatles and Jim Morrison are on the auction block. Lelands is giving fans a chance to bid on a bunch of rock memorabilia. Among the most notable items is a postcard from 1964 that was signed by all four Beatles during their 1964 U.S. trip to appear on "Ed Sullivan Show." The auction house is also offering a "Peanuts" comic strip drawn by Jim Morrison. The cartoon features a vulgar conversation between the Charlie Brown, Snoopy and friends. Lelands is also auctioning off items from The Who and James Brown.
>>Rare Bob Dylan Vinyl Up For Sale
Fans of Bob Dylan can get their hands on a rare vinyl from the music icon. The independent record store chain Amoeba Music is selling a test pressing vinyl of Dylan's 1975 album "Blood on the Tracks" at its Hollywood location for 12-thousand-dollars. The store claims it's one of only five test pressings of the album that are known to exist. The record came into the store's possession when they purchased a collection of over four-thousand records.