The Beatles memorably covered the Motown classics “You Really Got a Hold On Me,” “Please Mr. Postman” and “Money,” but that doesn’t mean they fashioned themselves after Detroit’s hitmaking juggernaut.
Music fans were in luck Saturday morning when the doors opened to the LBJ Library.
A long line led from the doors of the library as the crowd waited to see the open of the Beatles Exhibit, causing some to twist and shout.
This was the opening for The Beatles exhibit, showing off more than […]
Paul and Ringo will sit down with David Letterman for a special interview on February 9th from 8 to 10:30pm. They will celebrate the 50th anniversary of when the Beatles arrived on US soil with their debut performance on the Ed Sullivan Show. The Ed Sullivan Theatre is currently the home of David Letterman’s […]читать далее...
Ringo has been having so much fun with this incarnation of the All Starr band, with whom he just wrapped up a tour in the Pacific Rim including dates in New Zealand, Australia and Japan, that he has announced another leg of tour dates. Ringo and the band, featuring Steve Lukather (Toto), Richard Page […]читать далее...
HE EVEN MENTIONES HIS TWITTER
Couple of things to add about that color photograph of the Beatles on their first visit to Los Angeles in 1964. First, the party where Robert Beck shot his slides was not held in the Beverly Hills backyard of Capitol Records president Alan Livingston, as recent coverage of the Beck photos has suggested.
The party was hosted by […]
12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief: Sir Paul McCartney (Full performance, from “Part two”)..
1. Helter Skelter (The Beatles song)
2. Let Me Roll It (Wings song)
3. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings song)
4. My Valentine (with Diana Krall)
5. Blackbird (The Beatles song)
6. Cut Me Some Slack (with Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic with a Nirvana reunion with […]