Do you get someone young to pull in the young demo, do you get a classic artist to make the Super Bowl faithful happy, or do you get an artist that the women like in order to have more women watch the Super Bowl?
Not all cultural revolutions take place overnight. Some begin with little fanfare and take a while to gather steam. That's exactly what happened on Oct. 5, 1962, when the Beatles released their first single, 'Love Me Do,' in the U.K.
Unable to convince Bon Jovi to join his cultural boycott of Israel, Roger Waters has published an open letter harshly criticizing the band for refusing to cancel its plans for an Oct. 3 concert in Tel Aviv.
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