NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(London: Ed Rabel) Impact of AIDS on the lifestyles of rock stars featured; scenes shown of rock star Freddie Mercury, who died of AIDS, singing with his band Queen; of rock group Deep Purple; and of concert promoting safe sex; headlines shown from tabloids alleging Mercury's promiscuity. [Deep Purple Ian GILLAN - comments on loose morals, fear of AIDS, lifestyle changes.] [British singer Lisa STANSFIELD - comments on lifestyles of bands in the past.] [British rock star "SEAL" - says no one is invincible.]
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