Breakfast with the Beatles
The Breakfast with the Beatles Roundtable has returned, just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ concert at the Boston Garden on September 12, 1964.
The Beatles played the Boston Garden 50 years ago today, and for the most part it was like every other Beatles show in 1964 – except for one major difference, as Breakfast with the Beatles host Chachi Loprete explains.
How much value would you place on a used cigarette? Probably not much, but what if it came from the mouth of a Beatle? That’s what two fans actually took from the Fab Four’s 1964 press conference in Boston.
On September 11, 1962, Ringo’s version of “Love Me Do’ got rejected by the Beatles. Do you know which drummer ended up playing on the album version?
By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff) Even the greatest can sound human. The Beatles quickly became known for their high-energy live shows – as well as the deafening screams of their fans – as Beatlemania swept the [...]
By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff) Beatlemania first graced the City of Boston in September 1964, when The Beatles were riding their rise as a worldwide pop phenomenon. Two years later at Suffolk Downs, the situation was [...]
Nearly 50 years after the Beatles played there, Paul McCartney performed at Candlestick Park in San Francisco for the final time before the stadium is demolished.
Check out some photos of Paul McCartney putting on a typically epic live performance at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Many people in the U.S. blasted John Lennon when he said the Beatles were “bigger than Jesus”, but not the band’s die-hard fans. Here’s a group of supporters at Boston’s Logan Airport awaiting Lennon’s arrival on this day in 1966.
Paul McCartney turns 72 years old today. In honor of the legendary former Beatle, let’s go back 10 years to watch his first-ever performance in Russia in St. Petersburg 2004.