On September 1, 2017, Eagle Rock will release the concert DVD featuring sets from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Donovan, Eddie Vedder and many more.
On the occasion of Sir Paul McCartney’s 75th birthday, let’s take a look at his five best solo releases – and five that don’t quite measure up. …
The year 1966 would prove to be transitional for The Beatles. “Revolver” would be the only album released during the year — and, boy, was it grand! Read the story behind the album’s production.
In March, the 10th release in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, 1989’s “Flowers In The Dirt,” will be available in multi-formats via MPL/Capitol/UMe.
Looking back, even by Las Vegas standards, July 14, 2016 was a glittering evening at the Mirage hotel and casino. “The Beatles LOVE” show was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, and most of the Beatles family was in attendance.
The final section of the first stage of Goldmine’s Hall of Fame honors composers, specifically those who have written or co-written the most top 10 hits.
SETH SWIRSKY – CIRCLES AND SQUARES (Self-released) Seth Swirsky is one of those multi-faceted renaissance men with talent to spare: he sings with a gentle sweetness, he writes stunningly melodic …
The latest Power Pop reviews from John Borack, including the Anderson Council, Arvidson & Butterflies and others.
As Sir Paul McCartney celebrates his 74th birthday, he is also celebrating the release of a new, career-spanning compilation entitled Pure McCartney. Paul says, “Me and my team came up with the idea of putting together a collection of my …
As I feverishly work on a new column with a slew of reviews, here are a few older ones that for some reason never saw the light of day: write-ups of a few cool power pop reissues from 2015.