Nathan Shields might be the artist of all artists. I think it’s safe to say that paint is pretty easy to work with especially when you compare it to what he uses. Nathan uses pancake […]
Director/actor Ron Howard (The Andy Griffith Show, Happy Days, etc.) is producing a documentary on The Beatles touring years and looking for people who attended the group’s last public concert, Aug. 29th, 1966 at Candlestick […]
We lost Joe Cocker right before Christmas and that’s gonna hurt for a long time.
A new video allows a slew of artists to weigh in on the age-old debate over which Beatles’ songwriter was the best.
For most of the sixties, Beatles fans who were actually dues paying members of the Beatles Fan Club awaited a Christmas gift directly from the Fab Four: the annual Christmas greeting. What a hoot, and I’ll bet you haven’t heard these in many a ho-ho-holiday season!
In his forthcoming memoir, Glyn Johns recounts the time Bob Dylan told him he wanted to record an album with both bands.
Sir Paul could have become one of rock ‘n roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
The birthplace of ‘The Beatles,’ one could argue, is the Casbah Coffee Club – where they had their first paid gig.
Girls loved the Beatles and the Beatles loved girls. And women. And their mommas. Wrote songs about all of them as well as unnamed girls: Norwegian Wood, She Loves You, Day Tripper and, um… Girl… to name a few.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1975 interview with John Lennon, where he recalled the days when the Beatles opened for Little Richard and Gene Vincent.