Breakfast with the Beatles
Lou Reed had a very high opinion of himself and the Velvet Underground. He even went so far as to say the Beatles were “garbage”.
The Beatles’ show at Carnegie Hall was unprecedented and revolutionary for the band and rock and roll music as a whole. Here’s some interesting stories behind that historic performance.
The Beatles’ short-lived shop, “Apple Boutique”, didn’t do so well with selling fashion-based products. Chachi’s personal collection of Beatles memorabilia, however, would have done just fine in 1967!
December 8 marks the anniversary of the tragic death of John Lennon. Remember the legendary Beatle with a Q&A hosted by Chachi Loprete at the Berklee Bookstore.
Paul McCartney may hold a top place in many hearts, but he falls a little short in the wallet department – at least when it comes to his fellow recording artists.
Most bands have run-ins with the authorities. Not the Beatles. Here’s how the Fab Four not only avoided hostility with policemen, but fostered a healthy and even friendly working relationship.
Today marks the anniversary of the final recording sessions for the Beatles’ iconic self-titled “White Album”. Did you know that Eric Clapton helped the band with mixing?
On this day in 1975, charges against John Lennon that would have deported him were dropped. Here’s how John got in trouble with U.S. immigration in the first place.
The Beatles premiered a promo video for the iconic “Hey Jude” on this day in 1968. Click through to watch the original clip.
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.