“Ladies and gentleman…The Beatles!” utters Ed Sullivan in the most famous introductory phrase in the history of television. With these words he officially set off an unprecedented mania that still exists to this day, so much so that Ron Howard’s newest film, a documentary covering the band’s touring years, is still able to capture the attention of those who have likely heard the story countless times. 727 more words
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I bought this book at the first American city I visited, San Francisco. Haight Street, famed for its influence on the hippie culture. I thought it was only appropriate that I buy a Lennon book here when I saw it at the tiny bookstore I stopped by. 233 more words
Everyone knows The Beatles. Whether you like their songs or not, it can’t be denied that this was a revolutionary time in rock music, and that the story of these young lads who became cultural icons is fascinating. 677 more words
It’s Beatles Wednesday, which means one – if not all – of the Fab Four play EVERY hour on K-Hits!
With John Lennon top of mind, I thought I’d share this clip from last Sunday’s episode of 78 more words