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Pablo Escobar was a Colombian born drug kingpin who had a peak net worth of $30 billion dollars during his lifetime.
The tour eventually culminated in a high profile gig in San Francisco, where concert promoter Bill Graham convinced McLaren that the band was popular enough to play Winterland, dwarfing any performance the band had previously attempted by far. This now legendary concert, the biggest of the group's career, would also turn out to be the Sex Pistols
Sepp Blatter just might be the most powerful sports figure in the world. He's been president of the FIFA, the governing body of soccer, for 17 years,
"The Life and Times of Steve Marriott" is a compelling documentary about one of rock's most dynamic, exciting, and sadly; unsung heroes of rock and roll. Showcasing revelatory interviews with Humble Pie's Peter Frampton, Jerry Shirley, and Greg Ridley, the Black Crowes's Chris Robinson,
Arrows' (1979) focuses on the world of professional darts through the eyes of the 'crafty cockney' Eric Bristow. Directed by John Samson
Changing the face of rock drumming, Keith Moon exploded (quite literally) into the drumming world, finally bringing drumming to the forefront of the band. Like his style or not, his crazy antics paved the way for modern rock drumming.
Few television series were as innovative and influential as Soul Train.
Check out the the third and final documentary in the self-funded Beyond Series trilogy
Here is an amazing documentary, which tells the story of Joe Strummer, former Clash legend and defining figure of British popular music.