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Frank Zappa in his Los Angeles home with his dad, Francis, his mom, Rosemarie, and his cat in 1970 - John Olson—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Kermit, Jim Henson and John Cleese. YOU'RE WELCOME

Jim Henson, working Kermit the Frog, talking to John Cleese. James Maury "Jim" Henson (September 1936 – May was an American puppeteer, best known as the creator of The Muppets. Jim died at the age of 43 from a bacterial infection.

Richie Havens With His Parents, 1970 | LIFE With Rock Stars … and Their Parents | LIFE.com

LIFE With Rock Stars . . . and Their Parents

Richie Havens with his parents, Brooklyn in The musician who opened the show at Woodstock grew up with his folks, Richard and Mildred, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

Frank Zappa in his Studio City home in 1989

Frank Zappa, businessman

Frank Zappa in his Studio City home in 1989 - I didn't know him but I miss his presence regardless.

Photo of Early Pictures for fans of Stevie Nicks. Stevie Nicks

"DREAMS" - (With Lyrics) - STEVIE NICKS (Fleetwood Mac) - Miss Stevie! Everything that is Stevie = Goddess! The style, the voice, the soul, the aura, the songwriter.love her soul!

Folk rock musician Donovan sits with his parents Donald and Winifred Leitch in their home in England.

Photos of 1970s rock stars with their parents reveal humble roots in their childhood homes

Scottish folk musician Donovan and his parents, Donald and Winifred Leitch, England in 1970

Dweezil and Frank Zappa

Promotional studio image of American rock guitarist and composer Frank Zappa - playing the electric guitar with his son Dweezil Zappa.

For a man who ran his Mothers of Invention with an iron fist, Frank Zappa was actually a joyful improviser who combined the melodic rigor of his orchestral ideals with the dirty, frenzied pith of his earliest love, 1950s R.

100 Greatest Guitarists: David Fricke's Picks

For a man who ran his Mothers of Invention with an iron fist, Frank Zappa was actually a joyful improviser who combined the melodic rigor of his orchestral ideals with the dirty, frenzied pith of his earliest love, R.

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