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Today, I am going to tell you something you probably already knew: Tom Petty adored the Beatles. He loved them, yeah, yeah
The 50th-anniversary remix version of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, conducted by Giles Martin and Sam
On April 11, 1963—54 years ago today—the Beatles released their third single, “From Me to You” b/w “Thank You Girl.” With
When George Martin marked his 41st birthday on January 3, 1967, he was standing on the precipice of a vastly new and different
Shocklee is best known for producing some of the most explosive hip-hop albums ever, when he and the aptly named Bomb Squad
As an artist, I often seek out biographical stories to inspire me. When George Martin passed away recently, I was reminded of the book, Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles, Britain, and America by Jonathan Gould. It is a master guide for learning about the creative journey.
This is the first time I have woken up in over fifty years and George Martin is not here. And yet like George Harrison and John Lennon before him, it is impossible for him to ever leave the upstairs booth at Abbey Road.
Like many music fans, I was saddened to read of the passing of Beatles producer George Martin, a man many boomers first became aware of while scrutinizing the cover of Meet the Beatles in January 1964.
In Elvis Costello's brand new memoir, Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, the brilliant songwriter recalls his childhood affection for the '50s TV hit The Adventures of Robin Hood, wherein a mythic archer redistributes income.
Martin himself, in a 2002 Associated Press interview and elsewhere, referred to the early Beatles songs as "bubblegum," suggesting
The Beatles were blessed to have had Three Wise Men in their lives who guided them and helped them on their astonishing trajectory to joyous world domination and enduring cultural significance. And by some remarkable gift of the gods those men were not only wise but kind and gentle.
In Elvis Costello's brand new memoir, Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, the brilliant musician/songwriter recalls his childhood affection for the '50s TV hit The Adventures of Robin Hood, wherein a mythic green-clad archer in tights and his "merrie men" roam Sherwood Forest.
"Jessie J is such a powerhouse as a performer," says Smokey. "She gave an amazing take on 'Cruisin' for Smokey & Friends, and it was an absolute pleasure to have her join me on stage to perform it live in Edinburgh.
"Awwws" are coming. Okay, so the kid isn't really going to die in the books, but a $10,000 donation is still pretty cool