Abbey Road WEBCAM
i Heart Radio so you can hear 'Breakfast with the Beatles' on your cellphone from anywhere, Free.
KINGTUE.com Those 7 letters get you to my normal page
Fishing & Hunting A show I do on our AM station
MandatoryMetallica Rawk blog of 'tallica
During our July 2012 broadcast live from Fraze Pavilion and the Lincoln Park Civic Commonst, it was "Show and Tell" Day. We invited fans to show us their "Beatles"! Whether it was an autographed bass signed by Paul McCartney, Beatles Russian Nesting Dolls or just a T-shirt. Eveyrone loves to show their Beatles!
Click Here to see the photos!
The Beatles present an iTunes digital exclusive new release 'Tomorrow Never Knows,' available on the iTunes Store worldwide today (07/24/2012). The LP features 14 of The Beatles' most powerful rock songs spanning their entire trailblazing and influential catalogue, which continues to resonate with today's pop culture. Also beginning today, the classic promo film for "Hey Bulldog" is available free to stream or as a purchasable download on the iTunes Store here. "Nearly everything my band knows about how to approach recording a song is attached to The Beatles in some way," said Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda. "Directly or indirectly, they've shaped the way every album is recorded, and have changed the world." Universally hailed for its unparalleled, transcendent quality, The Beatles' recorded catalogue includes many of rock music's most powerful and important songs, including "Revolution," "Helter Skelter," "I'm Down," "It's All Too Much," "I've Got A Feeling," and "The End," while deep cut tracks like "Savoy Truffle," "You Can't Do That," and "Tomorrow Never Knows" continue to surprise, move and inspire the next generation. The Beatles' groundbreaking songs and albums continue to resonate for fans and musicians like Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Arcade Fire's Win Butler, and Band of Horses' Ben Bridwell, serving not only as rock music's bedrock, but also as a leading influence on popular music at large.
The Beatles: Tomorrow Never Knows
You can order "Tomorrow Never Knows" exclusively from the
iTunes store at iTunes.com/thebeatles
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced its nominees for the 2012 Emmy Awards, and George Harrison: Living in the Material World was honored with a total of 6 nominations! The Martin Scorsese film was nominated for:
Outstanding Nonfiction Special
Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming
Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming (Martin Scorsese)
Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming
Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)
Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming.
The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sep. 23 on ABC. George Harrison: Living in the Material World is available now in Collector's Edition Box Set, 2-DVD, Blu-ray and CD and LP audio forms.
READ Little Steven's tweets on the matter
Russia's top drug enforement czar blames Beatles for creating the worldwide drug problem. STORY
Click Here to see the photos take at Fraze Pavilion on Father's Day 2012, Sunday, June 17.
See the BWTB free event schedule
Macca is a man on a mission for the rest of this year and beyond - READ THE STORY
1. Blackbird - Kenny Rankin
2. Across the Universe - Seether
3. I am the Walrus - Styx
4. Dear Prudence - Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
5. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Elton John
6. Hey Jude - Elvis Presley
7. Helter Skelter - Motley Crue
8. Happiness is a Warm Gun - The Breeders
9. She's a Woman - Jeff Beck
10. Oh! Darling - Robin Gibb
11. She Came In Through the Batroom Window - Joe Cocker
12. Something - Tony Bennett
13. I Will - Ben Taylor