Eye Opener at 8: Fifty years after his first appearance on the TV show that became known as "American Bandstand," Dick Clark let go of the microphone. Clark is not one to dwell on it, though, and on the telephone, he was talking about how he had managed to amass so much stuff. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. Some of the proceeds will go to a foundation that raises money for research on cancer and AIDS. He squirreled things away when he went into what he calls ''the rock 'n' roll business'' and later, when he went into the restaurant business.
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An amazing amount," Zakarin said. She said all of the music represented by the collection had played a part in her life. Surfer bitten by shark, seriously injured: And the second one was the one he used primarily throughout the Beatles, and he still owns it to this day," Babiuk said. Senate Republicans divided on whether, and when, to tie Trump's hands on tariffs. Trump administration move could take away coverage for preexisting conditions. The Problem With Memorabilia The controversy over the alleged McCartney bass is indicative of a growing problem in the market for rock 'n' roll keepsakes.
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Beatles' Bass in Dick Clark Auction May Be a Fake
Description: There are autographed shoes of Fred Astair, hair clippings from Elvis, and even Clark's famous slim, white microphone. We had 4 women try them out. Once called America's oldest teenager, Clark is now 77 and recently suffered a stroke. Here's what you need to know about Trump's North Korean summit. G-7 summit with Trump was a 'sobering' experience: