On September 4, 1962, the Beatles entered EMI Studios at Abbey Road for the group’s first proper recording session.
Once upon a time rock concert tickets were affordable to all fans
Bruce will be selling and signing copies of his books. He will also be giving two audio/visual presentations in the hotel’s Potomac Ballroom
Bruce will be at the Marriott Friday and Saturday and then at the Adelphi Hotel on Sunday for his presentation.
It’s a good thing they failed the Decca audition. Had they passed, they would have been produced by Mike Smith.
This weekend’s Fest for Beatles Fans in Chicago was a true blast from the past.
Beatle connection to the Super Bowl
July and August in New Orleans are known for their summer rain, which reminds me of the Johnny Rivers song “Summer Rain.”
John later incorporated a word learned from their police escort into a song.
Thirty years ago, on July 9, 1982, Pan Am Flight 759 crashed shortly after takeoff in New Orleans, killing all 145 on board and eight people on the ground. Read about the Beatles connection to this tragedy.
During their stay at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach, the Beatles saw two comedians at the hotel’s night clubs.
Decca audition and Get Back Rehearsal Sessions – and their connection to Miami Beach
Bruce Spizer gives PBS’ History Detectives a tour of the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach on their season opener.
More about the 50th anniversary of the Beatles first visit to Abbey Road Studios.
June 6, 2012 is the 50th anniversary of the Beatles first visit to Abbey Road Studios.
After the group broke up, three of the Beatles recorded songs written by New Orleans songwriter/performers. Today’s question deals with Ringo and his fondness for New Orleans music.
Paul McCartney has just released the much anticipated remastered and deluxe editions of “Ram,” his second album after leaving the Beatles.
Like many musicians of his generation and after, Bruce Springsteen was influenced by the Beatles