Gotta Have It! Collectibles based in New York is offering a set of four Beatles collarless jackets in their latest online auction. The Rock and Roll Pop Culture Auction was launched on April 24 and runs through May 3.
Lot #28 features four jackets worn by John,
Bringing back a bit of history
When Tom Petty released his first solo album "Full Moon Fever," he relied on some heavy hitters to back him up, most notably Electric Light Orchestra mastermind Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and George Harrison.
Even though it was a solo project, he also had quite a bit of help from Mike Campbell of Petty's backing band, the Heartbreakers.
VIKINGS chairman Steve O’Connor is stumping up a multi-million pound investment to breathe a new lease of life into one of Liverpool’s most historical locations.
The Widnes businessman’s property development company, the Steppingstone Group, will regenerate Quarry Street in Woolton, made famous by The Beatles.
James McCartney announced Thursday on Facebook he'll be playing at the Bonnaroo Music Festival June 15. It'll be the second time this summer that he and father Paul McCartney will be on the same bill.
“Very excited to announce I'll be performing at this year's Bonnaroo on June 15th...!,”
In a video uploaded to the internet Monday,Ringo Starr says happy birthday to an old friend, Willie Nelson. You can see the video at left.
“I'm getting in a cowboy mood,” Ringo says, wearing a cowboy hat and flashing the peace sign. Willie turns 80 on April 30.
Autographs of The Beatles and drawings and handwritten lyrics by John Lennon have sold at auction in recent years for “very impressive amounts,” says Maureen McCarthy, director ofImagine the Art of John Lennon Gallery in Sydney, Australia.
The award-winning Blakes Restaurant at Hard Days Night Hotel has launched its new A La Carte Spring menu entitled ‘Here Comes The Sun’.
Executive Head Chef Paul Feery and his team have created an array of mouth-watering dishes that are perfect for the warmer months.
San Francisco, CA (Top40 Charts/ PR That Rocks ) Greg Kihn continues to pioneer the Rock and Roll thriller genre with his fifth novel, Rubber Soul, featuring The Beatles themselves.
Part murder mystery, part coming-of-age story, and a 100% action-packed ride through Beatlemania. Greg Kihn got the idea for Rubber Soul based on his interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Patti Harrison, Yoko Ono and original Beatles drummer Pete Best.
John, Paul, George and Ringo used a zebra crossing in 1969 for the cover of their album.
So it seemed fitting parents, teachers and children who had campaigned for a right of way across Alexandra Road in Kingston should celebrate victory by recreating the Beatles’ famous Abbey Road artwork.
ASPEN — The animation is colorful and otherworldly, the plot captures the psychedelic era's silliness, and the music represents The Beatles at their campiest.
The 1968 film “Yellow Submarine” will be featured from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Two Old Hippies, 111 S. Monarch St. in Aspen. Coffee and doughnuts will be served.