The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” Exhibit @ Morrison Hotel Gallery

MANHATTAN, NY—It was 50 years ago that Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band taught the band to play yet another iconic event that also happened in 1967, and it was the historic performance of The Beatles singing “All You Need Is Love” live in front of a studio audience. The …

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LOVE…TO…TURN…YOU…ON: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band At 50

It was 50 years ago today…

June 1, 1967, to be exact; the day the cultural axis of the Western Hemisphere is altered by a singular artistic event. The Beatles, the most celebrated, imitated and dissected entertainers on the planet, release their eighth studio album.

It is true that anything …

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An Interview with Alan Parsons: The Sounds Of Science

Whether he’s behind a recording console or making music with his progressive rock group, Alan Parsons is an iconic figure in popular music.

Parsons first made a name for himself as an audio engineer, landing a job at Abbey Road Studios at age 19 and earning his first LP credit …

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Morrison Hotel Beatles Retrospective @ Morrison Hotel Gallery

SOHO, NY—In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first tour in America, the Morrison Hotel Gallery presented a show of fine art photography curated by Julian Lennon. Shots from photogs like Curt Gunther, Robert Whitaker and Charles Trainor of the boys sitting poolside, at the beach and playing …

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An Interview with Julian Lennon: As He Is

Photographer and philanthropist Julian Lennon’s past couple of years have kept his schedule booked and the master melodist in his element whether in the studio, in front of or behind a camera, or supporting his charity’s efforts. As demonstrated on his latest album, Everything Changes, and in his documentary, …

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Reality Check: The Beatles – The Week – The Legacy

In the early ’90s, Babe Ruth biographer Kal Wagenheim told me the only way to describe the Bambino’s effect on the game of baseball and America at large during his first few tumultuously historic years in New York pinstripes would be to say it was like he had been dropped …

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Josh Max to Perform “Incredible Beatle Salad Bar” this Sat.

Our own Josh Max will perform this weekend in NYC at The Fest for Beatles Fans. In the press release below, he talks about his “Incredible Beatle Salad Bar.”

Singer-Songwriter Josh Max performs
JOSH MAX’S INCREDIBLE BEATLE SALAD BAR
At the Fest For Beatle Fans
The Grand Hyatt at 42nd …

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Rock Reads: A Seasonal Guide For The Rock & Roll Literate

Nothin’ To Lose – Ken Sharp, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons (2013)

If there is only one book you read about rock and roll this holiday season, then it has to be Nothin’ To Lose – The Making Of KISS 1972-1975. It is a monster and you will love it. …

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Queued Up: Yellow Submarine, The Artist, Accident And More!

RISE OF THE BLUE MEANIES — The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, a deliciously psychedelic animated extravaganza from 1968, was one of my favorite films growing up and still transfixes me today. It’s a simple story augmented by great musical sequences and imaginative landscapes as Captain Fred escapes the once utopic …

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Interview with David Barratt about The Beatles Complete On Ukelele: Ask Me Why

David Barratt is a London-born producer who has worked with artists as prominent as Robert Plant and David Bowie and has composed music for commercials for Coke, Verizon, Hasbro and many others. Recently, Barratt has turned his attention to a much more unusual project: a reinterpretation of The Beatles’ entire …

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