Breakfast with the Beatles
Paul McCartney headlined the annual Firefly Festival in Delaware over the weekend. Check out photos from the performance.
This band just played the gig of a lifetime, thanks to Nancy Shevell!
‘Let It Be’ wasn’t technically the last album recorded by The Beatles, it was just the last released.
Find out how ‘Daisy Hawkins’ turned into ‘Eleanor Rigby’ and where Paul McCartney got the name from. Or where he thinks he got it from, anyway!
Last week, Mark Benson, who performs as John Lennon in the Beatles band ‘1964, The Tribute’, was our special guest on Breakfast With The Beatles.
An acoustic tribute album to The Beatles called “Keep Calm and Salute The Beatles” is due out next week and it will feature the late Jack Bruce, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Todd Rundgren and more!
Kurt Cobain once said “I love the Beatles, but I hate Paul McCartney.” So it comes as a shock that he once recorded himself covering the Paul-penned Beatles song “And I Love Her.” Listen to the full version, which has surfaced online.
Hear Paul McCartney’s essential songs about his first wife, Linda.
For the first time ever, London’s famed Abbey Road Studios has opened its doors to the public. Well, in digital form anyway. Take Google’s massive, dazzling virtual tour and play with the gadgets inside.
Ringo Starr admitted in a new interview that he didn’t get over the Beatles’ breakup for 20 years, going “mad” with alcohol problems. But he’s since emerged a stronger person, and he’s still around to deliver his musical gifts to the world.