Lennon tried to disguise himself, but he noted that no matter what he wore, “the nose was always the giveaway!”
Miley Cyrus jamming with Joan Jett and Dave Grohl was a highlight; so was the duet between Stevie Wonder and John Legend.
There were moving tributes to artists no longer with us, Bill Withers held a mic on stage, Green Day rocked, Ringo talked about farting and lots of guitar solos were played. And yes, Miley Cyrus was there.
The Beatles’ big secret: revealed! Also, he jammed with Green Day.
Winner: “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Havarati!”
He really loves his current All-Starr Band. He also loves: Paul McCartney, the writer of this article and YOU. Peace and love!
Stevie Wonder, Fall Out Boy and John Mayer will also be among the presenters.
The Black Eyed Peas frontman, who moonlights as “chief creative officer” of the company 3D Systems, made it known that 3D printing could lead to printing people. He added, “that’s scary.”
Why’d he do it? IDK, he’s Prince.
But for his desire to be a frontman, Sir Paul might have been one of rock and roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
This installment of Minimation is taken from a 1975 interview with John Lennon, where he recalled the days when the Beatles opened for Little Richard and Gene Vincent.
George Harrison remains the only Beatles holdout solo-wise, with the band’s material also unavailable.
Like most bands of their generation, the guys from Cheap Trick were huge Beatles fans. So it must have been a thrill when guitarist Rick Nielsen and drummer Bun E. Carlos were invited to play on a John Lennon album.
The old power station, which was built in the 1930s, will be replaced with a building that will house “retail space, offices and luxury ‘villas’.”
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 1987 interview with George Harrison, where he recalled meeting his fellow Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. This Minimation was created for Radio.com by MB X McClain.
Apple Records recently announced the September release of the Beatles’ mono catalog reissued on vinyl. Welcome news for a relatively small, but passionate subsection of the Fab Four’s fanbase. But, seriously, what’s all the fuss about mono?