Fab four drop new video for
Buddy Holly cover off their latest release On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2
The Beatles and Apple Corps Ltd. have released a new music video for “ Words of Love,” a Buddy Holly cover that’s among the tracks included on the band’s… Read More
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Pioneering blues rocker who influenced Zeppelin and the
Beatles has passed away
By Alex Baker
Bobby Parker, a pioneering blues rock guitarist whose 1961 track “Watch Your Step” contained a riff that went on to influence songs by the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, has passed away at the age of 76.
The news comes to us courtesy of Anthony R. Rucker, a bassist who played with Parker recently.
“It is with a heavy…
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The audition tape that infamously led a Decca exec to declare the
Beatles had “no future in show business” has been discovered
By Alex Baker
Ostensibly, record company executives are meant to musically-savvy guys, with their ears to the ground and tuned into whatever is on the way to being the next big thing.
Some of them are, but sadly many of them aren’t. Take
Decca Records executive Read More
Beatles pop-up record stores will roll through L.A and NYC Tuesday
By Alex Baker
In celebration of the vinyl release of their original remastered catalog, The Beatles will be deploying special “
Beatle buses” in New York and Los Angeles this Tuesday, November 13.
The converted double-deckers will serve as mobile record shops, popping up around the city, selling Beatles records in the one-day promotion.
Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones is tired of people referencing his band and thinks it’s high time for a new musical revolution of some kind.
“I was young, 21 years old, didn’t really have a clue about what was going on,” said Jonesy, speaking to
TNT Magazine. “It was a time when no one had jobs and the country was a mess, pretty much like it is now.… Read More
Jimmy Vivino discusses the differences between playing on cable and network TV, the Conan O’Brien band, the differences between the New York and LA guitar scene, and different guitar styles
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