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Things You Didn't Know
Jim Morrison's grave in Paris is monitored by video cameras in an attempt to deter graffiti artists.
Bill Wyman is the only Rolling Stones' member to have had a Top 20 hit single as a solo performer with "(Si, Si) Je Suis Un Rock Star" released in July 1981.
Alice Cooper is a huge fan of The Simpsons, and in 2004 was asked to contribute a storyline for the edition of Bongo Comics' Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror, a special Monsters of Rock issue that also included stories plotted by Gene Simmons.
In 1987 five teenagers caused $350,000 worth of damage to a house in Washington DC after trying to re-create scenes from the Beastie Boys video 'Fight For Your Right, (To Party). One partygoer had to be dragged from the house as it burnt down.
Clem Cattini, the original drummer with The Tornadoes, has featured on a record 44 different UK number one singles, from artists such as Tom Jones, T. Rex, The Seekers, Bay City Rollers, Rolf Harris and Hot Chocolate.
The four members of The Monkees were each paid $450 per episode in the first season of their TV show. Although their salary was raised to $750 for the second season, they received virtually nothing for their merchandising.
Jimi Hendrixs original first names when he was born in Seattle in November 1942 were actually Johnny Allen, something his father later legally changed to James Marshall.
Nelly Furtado was named after Soviet gymnast Nellie Kim.
The most successful cover version ever is Whitney Houston's version of 'I Will Always Love You' written by Dolly Parton. The song featured on the soundtrack to The Bodyguard has sold over 15m copies.
In 1994, lobbying efforts initiated by psychiatrist John Scialli led the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center to name an asteroid in Frank Zappa's honor: 3834 Zappafrank. The asteroid had been discovered in 1980 by Czechoslovakian astronomer Ladislav Brozek.