The semifinal round of the April 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame election features four awesome bands and two very tough decisions. In our first battle, the Who and the Beatles are matched up against each other.
Each month, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic rock history.
Artist icon Yoko Ono adds another no. 1 tally to Billboard's Dance Club Play Chart with her latest single, “Hold Me,” featuring dance producer Dave Audé. This will be Ono's 10th time atop the chart, her official website reported on Monday.
Residents of New York City will get the first chance to see the historic 2009 David Lynch Foundation Concert “Change Begins Within.” The concert includes a set from Paul McCartney featuring Ringo Starr! The 90 minute special will premiere on New York’s PBS station WNET-TV on April 29th.
Paul McCartney has received many lofty titles over the course of his illustrious career. He’s been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Beatles, he’s been enshrined in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful songwriter of all time, and he’s even been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.
Indianapolis, IN (Top40 Charts/ Bohlsen Group) Olympia Entertainment and Pacers Sports and Entertainment announced this morning, Paul McCartney will make his return to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Sunday, July 14 at 8:00 p.m. for his "Out There" tour, returning to the city for the first time since 2002's "Back in the U.S. Tour", and continuing a relationship with Indianapolis that includes his two performances at Market Square Arena in 1990, as well as two shows with The Beatles at the Indiana State Fair in 1964.
From the Stars and Stripes archives: Published July 4, 1966
TOKYO — The Beatles were prisoners of love during their four-day stay in Japan.
The love came from thousands of well-meaning Japanese fans who flocked to their concerts and teen-agers who "stood guard" almost around the clock at the Tokyo Hilton Hotel, where the Liverpool lads were virtual captives.
While many of the world's top rockers were heading over to Coachella music festival to party, one was chilling out. Sir Paul McCartney decided to spend some relaxing time with his wife and friends in Beverly Hills, California. The 70-year-old Beatles star appeared cool, calm and collected as he left the Four Seasons Hotel with Nancy Shevell on Friday afternoon.
TENERIFE is celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first visit to the island with a 13-day programme that will delight beatlemaniacs and music fans alike.
From 27th April to 9th May 2013, the northern town of Puerto de la Cruz will host a great array of music concerts, film screenings and exhibitions, with the aim to honour one of the best British bands of all time.
Newbridge Silverware Museum of Style Icons in partnership with Julien’s Auctions has announced an exclusive exhibition featuring a very rare Beatles guitar played by both John Lennon and George Harrison.
The rare Vox guitar played by both legendary artists is what true rock n’ roll is made of. The striking custom guitar built by Mike Bennett and Dickey Denney was gifted to “Magic Alex” Mardas by John Lennon in 1967.
Say that you have a talented young band and you want to sound like the Beatles. What could help more than to record at Abbey Road Studio in Studio 2 using some of the same microphones? It is possible. Abbey Road Studio may now be rented, and the studio has kept much of the recording equipment it has used since its opening in 1931, including a vast array of microphones. You can learn more in the big, beautiful photohistory Abbey Road: The Best Studio in the World by Alistair Lawrence with a forward by Sir George Martin.