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Artist Creates Album Covers...On Her Face! - London United Kingdom - Friday 24th April 2015

Nirvana and Nevermind

Romeo Beckham wearing a 'Nirvana' T-Shirt, heads to Los Angeles Zoo with his brothers and grandparents on a day out - Los Angeles, California - Sunday 10th April 2011

Tanqueray Style Sessions grand finale at the Metropolitan Pavilion - New York City, USA - Wednesday 28th May 2008

Nirvana Savoury and Nirvana
Nirvana Savory and Nirvana

- The rocker - real name David Evans - Saturday 1st April 2000

Mtv, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Miles Davis, Kurt Cobain, Nirvana, Slash and The Edge

* ELVIS TOPS DEAD EARNERS POLL Rock legend ELVIS PRESLEY has overtaken NIRVANA frontman KURT COBAIN as the biggest earning dead celebrity. The Jailhouse Rock hitmaker topped the Forbes magazine poll with earnings of $58 million (£29 million) during 2007. Cobain, who pushed Presley off the top spot last year (06) after widow Courtney Love sold a portion of his recording catalogue, does not feature in the 2007 list. Other late stars to feature include former Beatles John Lennon and George Harrison and slain rapper Tupac Shakur. Musician James Brown enters the list in 11th place after earning $5 million (£2.5 million) since dying last year (06). The top ten is as follows: 1. Elvis Presley - $58 million (£29 million) 2. John Lennon - $44 million (£22 million) 3. Charles M. Schulz - $35 million (£17.5 million) 4. George Harrison - $22 million (£11 million) 5. Albert Einstein - $ 18 million (£9 million) 6. Andy Warhol - $15 million (£7.5 million) 7. Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) - $15 million (£7.5 million) 8. Tupac Shakur - $9 million (£4.5 million) 9. Marilyn Monroe - $7 million (£3.5 million) 10. Steve McQueen - $6 million (£3 million). (LJ/WNWCDO/CG) Tupac Shakur


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