Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Legendary Bob Walker Joins Staff

By jackallday| 2016-04-12T13:20:15+00:00 February 26th, 2016|Categories: Beatlesarama News!|Tags: Beatles-A-Rama!!! The Beatles, Bob Walker, Buzz Bennett, NCIS, New Orleans, Oldies King, radio, WTIX|

by Pat Matthews Just when you thought Beatles-A-Rama!!! couldn't get any better, we've just added another broadcasting legend to our line-up! Starting Saturday, February 27, the Oldies King of New Orleans, Bob Walker joins us for a couple of weekend stints! Bob can be heard Saturday nights from 7-Midnight Pacific/9-2am Central/10p-3am Eastern and Sunday afternoons 3-5pm Pacific, [...]

Rare Beatles’ 78 RPM Disc Up For Auction

By jackallday| 2016-06-21T10:44:05+00:00 February 26th, 2016|Categories: Beatles Music|Tags: Rare Beatles 78 RPM disc|

A unique 10-inch 78 RPM disc by the Beatles of two songs from the Fab Four's failed Decca audition that was given to Sir George Martin in a quest to get them an EMI record contract is being predicted to sell for over £10,000 ($13,867 USD, 12,687 Euros) when it comes up for sale next month, Omega Auctions announced Feb. [...]

When A Beatle Wrote with Elvis

By jackallday| 2016-03-07T07:27:27+00:00 February 11th, 2016|Categories: Paul McCartney|Tags: Elvis Costello, Flowers In The Dirt, Mt Brave Face, Paul McCartney, Please Please Me, The Beatles, Veronica|

by Scott Freiman In 1987, Paul McCartney acted on a suggestion by his then manager and invited Elvis Costello to be his songwriting partner. Their work together would produce a number of finely crafted songs, including Elvis’ biggest single in the U.S. and McCartney’s last top 40 hit. Elvis Costello had burst upon the scene with [...]

Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists

By jackallday| 2016-02-09T13:53:10+00:00 February 9th, 2016|Categories: Rock 'n Roll News|Tags: Carl Perkins, Diana Ross, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nine Inch Nails, Rolling Stone, Talking Heads, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Supremes|

In 2004 — 50 years after Elvis Presley walked into Sun Studios and cut "That's All Right" — Rolling Stone celebrated rock & roll's first half-century in grand style, assembling a panel of 55 top musicians, writers and industry executives (everyone from Keith Richards to ?uestlove of the Roots) and asking them to pick the most influential artists [...]

The Sweet Meaning Behind The Beatles’ “Hey Jude”

By jackallday| 2017-10-25T09:43:29+00:00 February 9th, 2016|Categories: Beatles Music|Tags: Hey Jude, Jane Asher, John Lennon, Julian Lennon, Paul McCartney, Rolling Stone, The Beatles, Yoko Ono|

"Hey Jude," one of the Beatles' most famous songs, is an uplifting ballad that's inspired the masses for decades. The song, written by Paul McCartney and also credited to John Lennon for some contributions, has been long-used as a generally encouraging message, and it was specifically inspired as an empathetic message to Lennon's son during a [...]

Jeff Lynne’s ELO To Announce U.S. Tour

By jackallday| 2016-02-03T10:35:04+00:00 February 3rd, 2016|Categories: Rock 'n Roll News|Tags: Electric Light Orchestra, ELO, Jeff Lynne, The Beatles, US Tour|

by Best Classic Bands Staff Share This: FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestEmail Jeff Lynne’s ELO performing at NYC’s Irving Plaza on November 20, 2015 (via Instagram) After teasing U.S. audiences with two concerts last November upon the release of their first studio album in 14 years, it appears that Jeff Lynne’s ELO is about to announce a more elaborate U.S. tour. On Monday [...]

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