The Beatles

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U2’s “Where the Streets Have No Name” Rooftop Concert

U2 took an idea from The Beatles and recorded their “Where the Streets Have No Name” video during a rooftop concert in L.A., which got broken up by the police. Check out footage from the performance and the plan behind the video here.

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(Mott the Hoople. Photo by Jo Hale/Getty Images)

Sharing Songs in Rock

43 years ago, David Bowie wrote “All the Young Dudes” for Mott the Hoople. Here are 5 other artists who have written songs for someone else.


(The Rolling Stones in  in Hyde Park, London, 1969 - as usual, not wearing ties. Photo by J. Wilds/Keystone/Getty Images)

Bucking the Trend – the Fashion of Rock

The Rolling Stones had so much influence over fashion trends that a necktie manufacturer asked for their help bringing ties back. Here’s how rock bands over the years defined, and blew off the fashion of their day.


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Heather Mills Calls Ex-Husband Paul McCartney Irrelevant

“That’s why he’s got to do songs with Rihanna and Kanye West.”



‘Heart Beat 86′ Benefit Concert Finale, Featuring George Harrison, Robert Plant, The Moody Blues & More (VIDEO)

Marty McFly’s got nothin’ on this cover of “Johnny B. Goode”!


The McCartneys

Paul McCartney and His Love, Linda (PHOTOS)

On March 12th of 1969, Paul McCartney and Linda Eastman became husband and wife. None of the other Beatles were present and Paul’s brother Mike was the best man.


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Have You Ever Noticed These Goofs in The Beatles Film ‘A Hard Days Night’?

In March of 1964, The Beatles began filming their first motion picture, ‘A Hard Days Night’, and they made A LOT of goofs!


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The Best Covers of The Beatles “Yesterday”

“Yesterday” has been covered by more than 2,500 artists. Listen to our favorite versions here.



The Beatles Filming ‘Help’ In The Bahamas (PHOTOS)

This week in 1965, the Beatles were busy filming their second motion picture, “Help”. Could their set have been more ideal, especially for this time of year?


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The FCC’s War on Drugs

When the FCC warned radio against playing drug-related songs, these 5 songs and more were essentially banned.