Long before music videos were en vogue, the worlds of music and film collided together in the 1968 animated feature, ‘Yellow Submarine,’ loosely based on the music from the Beatles album of the same name.
A large part of the story of the early days of the Beatles is the time they spent playing seedy clubs in Hamburg, Germany. Unfortunately, the interest in the “Fab Four” is not as prominent in the city as it once was. NME is reporting that the Beatles’ museum located in Hamburg is set to shutter its doors at the end of the month.
Who gets Geddy Lee giddy?! Exactly! The Rush vocalist may be a legend in the music industry but even he has his moments of being a fan boy, and his most recent instance came when meeting a member of the Who.
Hey there, Mr. ‘Born in the U.S.A,’ how would you feel about writing a new National Anthem? It’s not really happening, but recently TV’s ’60 Minutes’ and the magazine Vanity Fair collaborated to conduct a poll asking Americans what musician should be the choice if there was ever a call to pen a new song for our country.
It’s a band’s worst nightmare, but it’s Buick’s perfect situation. Imagine if you will that you’re getting ready to go onstage and play for a crowd when one of your band members calls in sick. What do you do?
Def Leppard are back in the spotlight this summer, due in part to the upcoming film ‘Rock of Ages.’ The movie, an adaptation of the stage production, borrows its name from the Def Leppard classic song, but licensing issues kept the song itself out of the Broadway show. It’ll be included in the movie, though, and guitarist Phil Collen says the band has given their full stamp of approval.
It was a time of transition for David Bowie, and we’re all still celebrating it some 40 years later. ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars’ is getting the reissue treatment to mark the occasion, and will be re-released in stores on CD and vinyl next week. However, you can hear the remastered audio of all 11 album tracks now via a stream provided at NME.com.
Broadway is musical theater’s biggest stage, and even someone as major as the the Beatles could use a little seasoning before playing there. Organizers have revealed that the stage production of the Beatles-themed ‘Backbeat’ will premiere stateside in Los Angeles early next year before making it to New York.
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