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Question 1: Bell died after a long battle with multiple myeloma on June 15, 2007 in ________'s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, at the age of 61.
Toronto IslandsHamilton, OntarioGreater Toronto AreaToronto

Question 2: Among those he worked with during this time were Paul Butterfield and ________.
The Lovin' SpoonfulJohn SebastianMusicRecord label

Question 3: In the late 1960s, while touring with Hawkins at the Fillmore East, he was approached by Joplin's manager ________ and invited to join her new ensemble.
The Freewheelin' Bob DylanBob DylanAlbert GrossmanI'm Not There

Question 4: Richard Bell at the ________
Amazon.comInternet Movie DatabaseBox Office MojoCDNOW

Question 5: Following Joplin's death, Bell moved to ________, where he did work as a session musician.
Kingston, New YorkShandaken, New YorkWoodstock, New YorkShokan, New York

Question 6: His playing can be heard on her posthumously-released album Pearl[4] and many bootleg recordings from her 1970 tour, including performances from the ________ "train tour" of Canada.
Festival ExpressSummer Jam at Watkins GlenWoodstock FestivalDeadheads for Obama

Question 7: The death of ________ in 1999 essentially ended The Band.
Levon HelmRick DankoGarth HudsonRichard Manuel

Question 8: He started playing the piano at the age of four and studied music at Canada's ________.
The Royal Conservatory of MusicCanadian classical musicBlack Creek Pioneer VillageRoyal Ontario Museum

Question 9: Richard Bell (March 5, 1946, Toronto – June 15, 2007, Toronto) was a Canadian musician best known as the pianist for ________ and her Full Tilt Boogie Band.
Janis JoplinCheap ThrillsFestival ExpressPearl (album)

Question 10: In 1991, Bell joined the reconstituted line-up of The Band as a keyboardist, replacing Stan Szelest (himself a replacement for original pianist ________, who committed suicide in 1986).
Levon HelmGarth HudsonBob DylanRichard Manuel







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