The acclaimed Beatles concert will make its Broadway debut this fall with a limited 12-week run of performances
Author Robert Rodriguez tackles the first decade of the Beatles’ solo years. Fresh but faulty.
Kenny Edwards died Wednesday afternoon, August 18 at his California home. He was 64 years old.
Breaking up is hard to do. Getting blamed for it is easy
Two things are certain: Concert posters and The Beatles’ Yesterday And Today aka Butcher Cover are hot, hot, hot! Collectors can’t get enough of these items, and if the results for ItsOnlyRockNRoll.com’s latest auction, held June 28, 2005, are any indication, the market and value for these items may continue to rise.
Joining us now, Paul McCartney, the former Beatle…and Ringo Starr, the other former living Beatle…The only two living men who can say, ‘I was a Beatle.’”
It was Aug. 27, 1965. The Beatles were on the eve of playing Balboa Stadium in San Diego. Elvis was in the midst of shooting “Paradise Hawaiian Style in Hollywood.”
That night, between 10 and 11 p.m., John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr arrived in limousines at Elvis’ home in Bel Air, and Elvis personally greeted them at the door for what forever after became known as the “summit meeting” of Pop music and Rock and Roll.
by John Curley — Ringo Starr was very forthcoming in a BBC interview, as he discussed, for one, his preference for vinyl albums over CD.
Chilled to the bone on a grey — typically English — winter morning in the early ’60s, photographer Michael Ward was not relishing the assignment he’d been given.
David Fishoff has had two great passions in his life: sports and music. He has been successful in both endeavors, one as a high-profile sports agent and the other as a successful concert promoter, including the creation of Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band.