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Posted at 10:30 AM ET, 12/10/2010

Jim Morrison gets Florida pardon from Charlie Crist; Bon Jovi makes bank on tour; The Decemberists in talks with Green Day musical director

By Aaron Leitko

A Sept. 28, 1963 photo released by the Florida Dept of State archives, shows the arrest mug and record of singer Jim Morrison. (AP/Florida Dept of State)

-Thirty-nine years after his death, Jim Morrison is out of dutch with the law. Outgoing governor Charlie Crist had requested a pardon for the rock star, who allegedly exposed himself during a 1969 Doors concert in Miami. Yesterday Crist's request was approved unanimously by the state clemency board.

-Billboard has named Bon Jovi the highest grossing touring act of 2010. During the last year of touring the New Jersey rockers grossed $146,507,388.

-NME reports that The Decemberists are in talks with Michael Mayer, the director of Green Day's American Idiot musical, about having their own show.

By Aaron Leitko  | December 10, 2010; 10:30 AM ET
Tags:  Bon Jovi, Charlie Crist, Jim Morrison, Michael Mayer, NME, The Decemberists, the Doors  
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