It’s been three decades since he left Supertramp, and thirteen since his last album. We thought it was time to have a talk with Roger Hodgson.
The Beatles’ final recording work for “The White Album” took place on this day 45 years ago. Here’s a list of three things to know about the marathon sessions.
Carter’s Catalog is back, and this time Carter Alan reflects on the Beatles’ incredible final LP “Abbey Road” on the 44th anniversary of its release. Amid a nasty breakup, the band shocked the world with a powerful, surprisingly cohesive closing bow.
The Beatles played the Boston Garden on this day in 1964, the only time they’d ever play the Garden together. Check out rare press conference footage from the day the band arrived in the city.
Lennon & McCartney may have written “I Wanna Be Your Man”, but it’s still a Rolling Stones hit. Here’s 3 tales that tell just how little John & Paul cared about the “throwaway” song that turned out to be a big hit.
The Beatles owe a huge debt to their original manager Brian Epstein, who died on this day in 1969. Here are three big reasons Epstein helped make the Beatles into pop legends.
Over the course of its five seasons, True Blood has consistently been one of the best shows on television, not only for fans of vampires but for music fans as well. Each episode is named after a […]
Ringo Starr has made “peace and love!” something of a catchphrase for himself in recent years, and since 2008, he’s asked fans to join him on his birthday (July 7) for “a moment of peace […]
It’s been almost 50 years since the Beatles first hit America on The Ed Sullivan Show in February of 1964. On Tuesday, Ringo Starr appeared in person at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles to kick off […]
It’s shaping up to be Christmas in July for Beatles fans this year, as rights to the Fab Four’s merchandise in North America have been snapped up by Universal Music, with a wave of new […]