On June 25, 2013 Reviver Records will release Let Us In Americana,its second album from the Let Us In series, which follows the success of 2011's Let Us In Nashville.
Organisers of the 15th Deniliquin Ute Muster has confirmed International country music superstar Alan Jackson is this year's headline act.
Darren Julien, head of Julien's Auctions, holds a custom made prototype VOX guitar played by George Harrison and John Lennon during The Beatles 1967 Magical Mystery Tour.
May 18--As a kid in Connecticut, Jonathan Konya, drummer for Austin blues rock band the Ghost Wolves, went on camping trips with his parents and his sister, and the only tape in the car was the 1963 album "Please Please Me," the debut LP from the Beatles.
Abbey Road on the River , With Peter Noone, Leon Russell, Peter Asher, Laurence Juber, May 23-27, Galt House Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
In a glass case, held up by a single stand, a John Lennon-owned guitar is simply spectacular.
Joining the Interscope Records chief and Beats Electronics co-founder in delivering a final address to graduates of the class of 2013: rapper, producer and mogul Dr.
Band Sounds Imperial celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles Norwich gig with a rooftop tribute on the balcony of the Forum, Norwich.
Rumors have swirled since 1969 that Yoko Ono caused the Beatles break up. But the former wife of John Lennon may finally be off the hook.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have seen the future of rock 'n roll - in a tiny club the size of a badminton court where The Beatles first played in Hamburg.
Hippies didn't get much more hip than the members of the California cult depicted in the fascinating and freaky documentary "The Source Family." It starts in the early 1970s with a Sunset Strip health-food restaurant that drew celebrities such as Warren Beatty and John Lennon to sample its organic goods.
Friends and family of the Fab Four came out Tuesday for the official launch of Joe Flannery's new book, "Standing in the Wings - The Beatles, Brian Epstein and Me." The book charts the meteoric rise of The Beatles from their very earliest days in Liverpool from his perspective.
The Beatles' second feature film, 1965's "Help!," will be released on Blu-ray June 25 in North America and June 24 everywhere else, EMI announced Wednesday.
Benson unveils never-before-seen images of the Fab Four in his landmark book for Taschen, which will be celebrated Thursday in L.A. Legendary photographer Harry Benson will sign copies of his new book Harry Benson: The Beatles on the Road 1964-66 at Taschen in Los Angeles' Farmer's Market Thursday from 7-9 p.m. at 6333 W. 3rd Street.