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!
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony airs on HBO on May 31 at 8 pm. Can’t wait that long to see what happened? We’ve got photos right here on WZLX.com.
There were lots of great moments at this year’s Induction Ceremony, but probably nothing topped seeing both living Beatles on stage together.
Whoever smelt it, dealt it. It’s true for you and it’s true for rock legends.
Five of the strongest selections in this lengthy period of his discography, many of which included performances and songwriting credits from your purportedly favorites.
Hear Paul McCartney’s essential songs about his first wife, Linda.
DJs from WNCX in Cleveland, WZLX in Boston and KZOK in Seattle slug it out over this year’s inductees. Everyone agreed on Stevie Ray Vaughan. Joan Jett? There was some debate.
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.
Ringo Starr Talks About The Hurricanes, The Beatles and “Postcards From Paradise” With Cha-Chi Loprete
While hearing Ringo talk about his early days with The Beatles never gets old, our favorite part of the interview is when Cha-Chi corrects Ringo on his own record!
Listen to the full unedited conversation with Cha-Chi and the author of a fantastic new graphic novel about Brian Epstein.