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Betty Everett & Jerry Butler scored with a cover of a beloved Everly Brothers hit
Wherein we look at ten of the weirdest and most random products to be marketed using the Beatles name and image.
The Beatles second film has been released on Blu-ray
‘River Deep – Mountain High” was the greatest record to ever be rejected by the American public
Singer/songwriter Alexander Fairchild lists his five Desert Island Discs.
Chart Attack! is back for episode 2, covering the Top 10 from March 19, 1983.
All hail the piano men!
It’s 11:00 AM, do you know where your Friday Five is?
In the late summer of 1961, a doo-wop group out of Steubenville, Ohio released one of the unheralded gems of group vocal harmony – “I Really Love You.”
Rob Smith meditates on memory, music, and the Beatles in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
The Beatles stereo vinyl remasters are here
“We made it up as we went along,” McCartney said. Sadly, it often shows.
Want the whole story? Here it is, come and … oh never mind.
Wait…..I thought THAT was the original version!
Do what you want to do — just get the f#%&ing note right.
Dan Wiencek serves up a double-size helping of Beatle-y goodness
There is nobody singing today that can parallel the pain in Roy Orbison’s voice.
The recordings that started it all. (More or less.)
Doris Troy may have had only big hit, the 1963 classic “Just One Look,” but she had a long and successful career working with the biggest names in rock and roll.
Popdose concludes the ever-popular series that imagines a Beatles world without a breakup.
Put on your dancing shoes and strap on your guitar. It’s time to rock a little and dance a little at the Weeknight ’80s Dance Party.
Ken Shane is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a “Concert For George” Blu-ray/CD package.