Belushi documentary series, which began in January 2017, focuses on the life of the late filmmaker and musician, and is set to be the second documentary series by Al Jazeera’s sister news channel, Al Jazeera America.
“Sour grapes is about Belushi,” Al Jazeera said in a statement on the launch of the series.
“We wanted to explore the life and work of Belushi, the man who made a living through art and music and who has been immortalised in pop culture for nearly half a century.
We are proud to introduce the world to this unique and iconic figure, who gave his all to music and art, and who left an indelible mark on our generation.”
The series is set in a fictional town called Sour Gruit in the fictional town of New Orleans, Louisiana, where Belushi lived from 1965 to 1981.
Belushi is best known for his 1980s band, the Beliebers, which included The Mothers of Invention and the Allman Brothers Band.
The Belieber crew was heavily influenced by the jazz/soul sound that was popular at the time, with lead guitarist, Bill Graham, often quoted as saying, “The music is the only thing I can’t get rid of”.
In an interview with the New York Times in 1992, Belushi said, “I was trying to keep my music alive, but I didn’t want to be a musical superstar.”
In 1992, the band was disbanded and Graham became the lead guitarist for The Beatles.
Beliebs albums included a number of hits, including Belushi Blues and Belushi.
In 1991, he released his first solo album, The Beli-Grams.
Belshush’s first solo hit, “My Way,” was released in 1990 and went on to be certified platinum.
Belish’s third album, Beli Grams II, was released a year later in 1990.
It was also released in 1991 and went platinum.
In 1992 and 1993, Belshushi recorded two albums with the band The Beljabs, both of which went platinum: Belish Grams I and Belshuhan Grams.
It’s also worth noting that Belshus third solo album was released on the same year that his second album, the album that became the Bel-I-Gram, was recorded.
Belush has never released a fourth album.
He died in 1998 at the age of 82.
In 2016, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.