It was 46 years ago this afternoon (January 30th, 1969) that the Beatles performed for the last time in public, on the roof of their Apple headquarters building in London. For the better part of that January, the group had been filming their rehearsals for a planned comeback concert, before band politics forced them to abort the plan and concentrate on recording a new album, tentatively titled Get Back.
Hope you had a chance to see the new Tesla P85D at the recent North American International Auto Show here in Detroit. Sporting dual motors that produce 691 horse power, it is said to resemble […]
It was 45 years ago tonight (January 27th, 1970) that John Lennon recorded “Instant Karma.” Lennon had already recorded several experimental albums and two singles under the name the Plastic Ono Band. “Instant Karma,” however, was released under the name John Ono Lennon, the name he’d created when he legally changed his middle name from Winston to Ono the previous April.
A few weeks ago, when Kanye West released “Only One,” a new track he made with Paul McCartney, the Internet buzzed with comments about the generation gap — and culture differences — between the two men.
Will Ferrell was hauled out of last night’s Lakers-Pelicans game in New Orleans after making a drunken spectacle of himself on the court and throwing a basketball at a cheerleader’s face. But don’t worry, it was all staged.
The Rolling Stones have marked the end of the 14 on Fire tour with a new video.
Peter Frampton and Gibson guitars will be trimming up for signature line of Les Paul’s, which replicate the legendary guitar Frampton – worshipped, then lost for decades.
It was 35 years ago today (January 16th, 1980) that Paul McCartney was arrested in Tokyo, Japan for bringing 7.7 ounces of marijuana into the country.
The nominees for Hollywood’s highest honor, the Oscar, have been named. The 87th annual Academy Awards will take place February 22nd, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, and air live on ABC Television. The complete list of nominations is available on http://www.Oscar.com.
In celebration of the New Year, David Lee Roth posted a new cover of Wilson Pickett’s “Mustang Sally” to his ongoing YouTube and iTunes webcast, The Roth Show.