Julian Lennon has recorded a new song in honor of schoolmate Lucy Vodden, who was the inspiration of the Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." Julian is donating the proceeds from the tune to Lupus research. You can listen to the song HERE
Rockband Opening Cinematic
Gotta hand it to those Rockband: Beatles creators, they elevated the whole game to a new level with a graphics package that is awesome. Click HERE to watch the cinematic to the game. It may be the coolest Beatles-related thing you've ever seen! *A high-speed connection is recommended.
Pictures from the Fraze Open Mic morning on August 16th
Click HERE to see all the pics from Open Mic morning, our last show at the Fraze for 2009.
Rare Cincy Crosley Field photo's
The online news site, WeSay.com, published a series of previously unreleased Beatles photographs from a concert in Cincinnati held in 1966. The photographs were taken by Gorden Baer, a photographer for the now closed Cincinnati Post. Baer was on assignment to cover the Beatles during their sold-out concert at Crosley Field, but the show was cancelled due to thunderstorms. Determined to get the best photos of the Fab Four, Baer jumped into a waiting limo at the airport and snapped the rare photograph of all four members at they climbed into the car. If you were there, maybe you're in the last picture (#12). CLICK HERE to see the pics!
The former Beatles star said prior to a recent concert at Citi Field in New York that he and his band mates try to keep their performances fresh by introducing new songs. READ THE WHOLE STORY
Photos: Father's Day at Fraze
CLICK HERE to see pictures from our live broadcast at Fraze Pavilion on Sunday, June 21st. It was Father's Day and the first official day of Summer. Thanks to all the Dads and families, friends and fans who joined us for our annual road show at the Fraze!
Recreation of the classic picture
Sean Lennon and his model girlfriend, Kemp Muhl recreate the iconic John & Yoko image.
The original image of John and Yoko graced the cover of Rolling Stone in January 1981.