The Beatles

45 Years Ago: Ringo Starr Temporarily Quits the Beatles
Although they wouldn't officially disband until April 1970, the first signs that the four-headed beast known as the Beatles was starting to come apart at the seams took place on Aug. 22, 1968. A little more than six years to the day that he performed his first show with the group, drummer Ringo…
George Harrison’s Lost Guitar Solo: Here Comes The Sun
As a life-long audiophile, I've always found it fascinating to read and watch stories behind the music - especially in regards to the production and studio work that goes into the songs we hear.  I recently discovered this gem online via a production forum that I read on a regular basis...
Father and Baby Son Cover Beatles And It’s Totally Cute
We've said it before, and we'll say it again -- if you're going to subject yourself to the stress of parenthood, you may as well use your kids for party tricks. This dad has taught his almost two-year-old son to sing and strum along with him to 'Don't Let Me Down' by th…
Yoko Ono Says Being a Beatle’s Wife is a ‘Difficult’ Life
As part of Yoko Ono's UK press blitz for her efforts as curator of the 2013 Meltdown Festival in London, the 80-year-old artist/activist acknowledged the pressures inherent in her marriage to the late John Lennon, describing being married to a Beatle as "the most difficult thing to be.…
Beatles-Focused Show Coming to Broadway
The Beatles anthology production 'Let It Be' is making the leap from London's West End to the St. James Theatre on Broadway. Rather than focus on the Fab's bitter-end finale, however, the show includes songs from throughout their career.
Paul McCartney Debuts Five Beatles Songs in Concert
If there's any rocker who can rest on his laurels onstage, it's Paul McCartney. After all, with such a huge catalog, he can simply fill up a setlist with dozens of his hits, play them night after night without changing, and nobody complains that they didn't get to hear their favorites…
The Beatles Revived by Greg Kihn in New Novel
For most music fans, Greg Kihn will always be known as the guy behind hits like 'Jeopardy' and 'The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em).' But he's also an established writer and all set to publish his fifth novel, the Beatles-inspired 'Rubber Soul.'

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