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Paul McCartney announces career spanning biography 'The Lyrics' through 154 of his songs

Paul McCartney has announced a career spanning book about his life through 154 songs from his back catalogue.

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Editor Searches for the Source Photos of Everyone on the Cover of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'

Since 2017, editor Chris Shaw has embarked on the very noble, if not thankless task of tracking down and identifying the source photos of every person who

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Rebellion and rock ‘n’ roll: The Sunset Strip in the ’60s

How go-go dancing teens—and the underage clubs that embraced them—turned the Strip technicolor.

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UNPACKED – How Mizrahi Music Took Over Israeli Pop

UNPACKED – How Mizrahi Music Took Over Israeli Pop Why did Mizrahi artists have such a hard time breaking into Israel’s mainstream music scene? Over just a few decades, Mizrahi music crossed cultural and social boundaries, introducing Israel’s d

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My City Was Gone (2007 Remaster)

Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner RecordsMy City Was Gone (2007 Remaster) · PretendersLearning to Crawl℗ 2007 Warner Music UK LtdLead Guitar: Billy Bremne...

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Mary Wilson, Co-Founder of the Supremes, Dies at 76

Mary Wilson, an original member of the Supremes, died suddenly Monday night at her home in Las Vegas, her publicist announced.

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Bob Dylan's emotional cover of The Beatles song 'Something'

Shortly after the death of former Beatle George Harrison died, Bob Dylan performed a highly emotional cover of his song 'Something' in New York.

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Amazing Photos of The Beatles Filming the Promotional Clip for “Strawberry Fields Forever” at Knole Park in Kent, 1967

The Beatles produced a promotional film clip for "Strawberry Fields Forever", which served as an early example of what became known as a mus...

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Coachella has been canceled for the third time due to the coronavirus pandemic

Health officials said the Coachella music festival scheduled for April has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the third time the pandemic has forced the annual outdoor festival to be postponed or canceled.

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Lily Pad Recording Studio Opens in Cocoa, Features State-of-the-Art Equipment Needed for Independent Artists

Lily Pad Recording’s Mark Meisel stops by the Space Coast Daily TV studio to talk about the new recording studio in Cocoa where independent artists or podcasts host can use equipment needed to create their work.

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Harrison Ford remembers his time as roadie for The Doors

There's little most Hollywood aficionados won't know about the legendary actor Harrison Ford. But his confession of being a roadie for The Doors blew our minds

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Previously Unheard Music From Late AC/DC Singer BON SCOTT Officially Released After 50 Years

A box set containing previously unreleased music written and sung by Bon Scott has just been made available via Cherry Red Records. Founded in Aus...

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The reason why The Rolling Stones hated ‘Between The Buttons’

Why did The Rolling Stones hate 'Between The Buttons'? Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have both been extremely critical of the 1967 record over the years.

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WE STILL DON'T KNOW THE SECRETS OF THE ANTONIO STRADIVARI'S VIOLINS

Antonio Stradivari made nearly 1,000 violins in the late-1600s to the mid-1700s, and we still don't know the secrets.

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Keith Richards: "This thing is designed to keep us apart, and everything we want to do is be together"

It’s doubtful that there’s any single individual in the rock firmament more deserving of the accolade ‘needs no introduction’ than Keith Richards. In living the ‘Human Riff’ legend for almost 60 years, the Rolling

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Capitol Studios Shutters its Mastering Division - Variety

The mastering department of the famed Capitol Studios in Hollywood is being closed down. The recording studios will continue to operate.

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How much music theory did The Beatles know?

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From Chuck Berry to Muddy Waters: 15 of Keith Richards’ favourite songs

We've pulled together a list of Keith Richards 15 most inspirational songs and musicians as we look at the songs which shaped The Rolling Stones guitarist

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Key Man: Laurens Hammond, Inventor Of The Hammond Organ

Laurens Hammond invented a type of 3-D glasses among many other things, but we know him as the creator of the Hammond organ.

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Dr. Dre says he's 'doing great' after being hospitalized in ICU for apparent brain aneurysm

The 55-year-old hip-hop mogul was rushed to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Monday, but issues optimistic statement amid emotional outpouring of support from friends and fans.

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Paul McCartney Reacts to Gerry Marsden's Death: 'I’ll Always Remember You With a Smile'

Paul McCartney has paid tribute to his old friend Gerry Marsden, who died at 78 after an illness related to a heart infection.

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Jimmy Page: ”Whole Lotta Love was so fresh and it still is. If somebody plays that riff it brings a smile to people’s faces

A new, all-encompassing interview with the Led Zeppelin icon on his evolution as a guitarist, writing rock's greatest albums and the gear behind them

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The 9 best online guitar lessons sites and apps 2020: improve with Fender Play, Truefire, JustinGuitar, JamPlay and more

From beginner guitarists to seasoned pros, and everything in between, improve at home with these remote guitar lesson services

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Watch a free 'Minnesota Hardcore' docu-series on Replacements, Husker Du, Soul Asylum & more

There are currently seven episodes out, including an entire episode on Husker Du, and the series wraps up on New Year's Day.

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It Wouldn’t Be New Year’s Eve Without Someone Having a Weird Set, and This Year It’s Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper’s New Year’s Eve set was plagued with audio issues, awkward transitions and on-camera declarations of “I’m on camera!” during her performance with Bill Porter.

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Best iPhone apps to enhance your experience with Apple Music

Check out the best iOS apps that bring unique features to enhance your experience with Apple Music on iPhone.

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Paul McCartney lands first No. 1 album in 31 years

Sir Paul McCartney is doing a happy dance after his new album topped the Billboard charts -- and landed him his first No. 1 in his native Britain for the first time in 31 years.

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Bruce Springsteen Shreds - Light Of Day

On January 7, 2000 at Madison Square Garden, Springsteen fans were treated to a once of a lifetime performance of the hit song "Light of Day". Always innovat...

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Paul McCartney' Set A 'Billboard' Record That Spans Six Decades

With the release and subsequent chart success of 'McCartney III' the former Beatle has set a significant record.

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Israel Has Anything Changed Neighborhood Bully By Bob Dylan

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Bob Dylan’s ‘Neighborhood Bully’ Gets Memory-Holed

Me, I romp and stomp/Thankful as I romp/Without freedom of speech/I might be in the swamp

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Stunning unseen footage reveals The Beatles as never before

Peter Jackson got it back. The Lord of The Rings" director has been sifting through 56 hours of previously-unseen footage of The Beatles rehearsing and horsing around from their final months playing together. Those moments led up to their infamous concert

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How Music Persisted During the Pandemic | Pitchfork

From Bandcamp Fridays to Verzuz battles, these were our silver linings from a strange, stuck year in music.

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Paul McCartney Has A Good Reason For Calling An Obscure Beatles Song His Favorite

'The Beatles remain one of the world’s most popular bands despite breaking up 50 years ago, and most of their fans have one song from the group they can point to as their favorite.

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GET BACK…TO HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED Secrets behind the Beatles’ break-up revealed as incredible behind the scenes pics are released for first time

FIFTY years ago, John, Paul, George and Ringo went their separate ways. Pop’s biggest sensations, The Beatles, were driven apart by business issues, Lennon’s obsession with Yoko Ono and what one ob…

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LED ZEPPELIN Pinball Machine Officially Announced; Complete Details Revealed

Stern Pinball, Inc., a global lifestyle brand based on the iconic and outrageously fun modern American game of pinball, announced today a new line of pinball machines based on the legendary rock ba...

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Paul McCartney – ‘McCartney III’ review: a musical evolution

Like the rest of us, Macca's been whiling away the hours. The result? A stellar return to his three-decade-spanning series

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The Beatles reunite at John Lennon's final British concert

The Beatles reunite at John Lennon's final British concert in 1969 at London's Lyceum when George Harrison took to the stage with The Plastic Ono Band.

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Paul McCartney on how Elvis Presley inspired The Beatles to quit touring

SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY has shared how Elvis Presley inspired The Beatles to quit touring.

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Revisiting ‘McCartney II’, the experimental second solo album of Paul McCartney

McCartney II is the second solo studio album by English musician Paul McCartney, released on 16 May 1980

Entertainment | Humor

Aerosmith Inducted Into Mediocre Unremarkable Middle-of-the-Road Bullshit Hall of Fame

After nearly five decades and 15 studio albums, Aerosmith will be inducted into the Mediocre Unremarkable Middle-of-the-Road Bullshit Hall of Fame.

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X - Goodbye Year, Goodbye (Official Music Video)

'Goodbye Year, Goodbye' from X's new album ALPHABETLANDStream/Buy ALPHABETLAND here: http://xtheband.lnk.to/ALPHABETLANDhttps://www.instagram.com/xthebandof...

News | Standing With Israel

Israel TV broadcasts clip of John Lennon singing 'Oath to Jerusalem' in Hebrew

On 40th anniversary of his murder, journalist and songwriter Akiva Nof recalls interviewing Beatle in Amsterdam, teaching him words to his song about never abandoning the holy city

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Best Music Album Reissues of 2020 - Rolling Stone

From Prince’s peak opus to a revelatory jazz show at a California high school

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How Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones Rated Paul McCartney as a Bass Player

When Led Zeppelin broke through in '69, John Paul Jones became a top bass player on the scene. Here's how Jones rated Paul McCartney at the time.

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40 years ago tonight, Monday Night Football broke the news of John Lennon's murder

The world has changed dramatically in the last 40 years. (Hell, it has changed dramatically in the last four years. And in the last four months.) On the evening on December 8, 1980, few vehicles other than word of mouth spoken into wall-mounted telephones

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Iggy Pop and Elvis Costello Talk Early Tours, New Records, Punk | Musicians on Musicians

Rock legends Iggy Pop and Elvis Costello, moderated by Rolling Stone's Andy Greene, discuss their lasting influences on each other, Costello's new record 'He...

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‘Take Five’ Is Impeccable. ‘Time Outtakes’ Shows How Dave Brubeck Made It.

An album of previously unheard recordings from the “Time Out” sessions in 1959 reveals the making of a masterpiece.

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Rare picture of The Beatles in 1958 unearthed by Paul McCartney's brother and unveiled in new book

Strumming their guitars in his auntie's front room, this is Paul McCartney with John Lennon and George Harrison in what is thought to be one of the earliest colour pictures ever taken of the Beatles.

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DoLA's Top Albums of 2020

2020 has been quite a year. With so much happening around us, we have still been given the gift of great music. No matter what happens in the world, we can always count on our favorite artists (and unexpected ones) to drop some of the best records of the

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The Beatles' final visit with George Harrison included 'tears, love and laughter'

THE BEATLES remained great friends until the end, and the final meeting between Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison before he died was an exciting and emotional affair, as they reminisced for hours about their younger years.

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Paul McCartney Unveils New Trailer, Announces Songbook For ‘McCartney III’

Paul McCartney shared a new trailer for his hotly-anticipated ‘McCartney III’ album, which hits stores and streaming platforms December 18.

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Mammoth WVH's Eddie Van Halen Tribute 'Distance' Debuts Atop Rock Charts: 'I Just Wish He Was Here to See It'

"Distance," Wolfgang Van Halen's tribute to his late father Eddie, soars onto multiple Billboard charts dated Nov. 28.

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The 20 best instrumental songs of all time

Great music does not have to be dependent on memorable lyrics. Simply listening to the composition and creativity of an instrumental track can be just as rewarding.

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Adrianne Lenker: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

The leader of Big Thief performs five songs from a camper in Joshua Tree for our Tiny Desk quarantine series.

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Faces of the arts shutdown: Laura Chavez: 'This is the first time I have ever busked in my life'

The blues-rocking guitarist usually plays at least 250 days a year on tour. Now, she is playing music on street corners the first time in her life — and enjoying it

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“Jews in Music” Presented by The Genesis Prize Foundation

“Jews in Music” Presented by The Genesis Prize Foundation The Genesis Prize Foundation created “Jews in Music” to honor outstanding achievements by Jewish individuals in music throughout history. Because the Genesis Prize honors in

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How Elektra Records ushered in the alternative music revolution—and then helped kill it

For this oral history, The A.V. Club spoke to Pete Rock, Metallica, Spoon, They Might Be Giants, and more about Robert “Bob” Krasnow's time at Elektra Records.

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Keith Richards Is Riding Out the Pandemic in His “Comfies”

A far-ranging conversation with the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist on pandemic life, making music, his new box set, and, yes, his sweatpants.

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Itzchak EvanShayish – MEETING THE REBBE AND SAYING GOODBYE

Itzchak EvanShayish – MEETING THE REBBE AND SAYING GOODBYE “Who’s Shlomo?” I asked…   It was the early winter of 1974. I was learning Torah at Shma Israel, the cauldron whose Rabbis birthed Or Sameach and Aish HaTorah. E

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Gibson PAF Humbuckers: Why Are They So Revered, and How Do They Really Sound? | GuitarPlayer

Is the PAF’s purported “magic” just hype, the inflated elitism brought on by the laws of supply and demand?

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The impossible return of AC/DC: 'You could feel the electricity in the air'

The bassist quit, the singer lost his hearing, the drummer was under house arrest and founder member Malcolm Young died from dementia. But somehow AC/DC are back (in black)

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Futuristic device from Israeli firm puts music in your head, without headphones

'Sound beaming' 3-D technology from Noveto Systems tracks ear and sends it audio using ultrasonic waves, creating personal listening pockets

Music | Vinyl Records!

Tower Records Is Back...With An Online Store

Welcome Back Tower Records! What was your first album??

Science & Technology | Tech

RIP Google Music, one of the company’s last examples of generosity | TechCrunch

Google Music is dead, and with it one of the few remaining connections I have to the company that doesn’t feel like a gun to my head. The service, now merged haphazardly with YouTube Music, recalled the early days of Google, when they sometimes just made

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Paul McCartney: "Sometimes I wish I was a bit more like Bob Dylan" | NME

Paul McCartney has shared his admiration for fellow legendary rock veteran Bob Dylan, claiming that he 'wishes he could be a bit more like him'. 

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The Beatles 'raked in a whopping £50 MILLION in 2019' | Daily Mail Online

They may have released their last album in 1970, but The Beatles are still making vast amounts of money every year. Apple Records made £50,244,899 over a year in 2019.

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JOE BONAMASSA Lands 24th No. 1 On Billboard Blues Chart

Joe Bonamassa's new solo studio album, "Royal Tea", hit the Billboard charts this week with record-breaking numbers, as the blues-rock titan landed his 24th No. 1 album on the Blues chart; an incre...

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Listen to Bob Dylan’s rare live cover of The Beatles song ‘Nowhere Man’

The relationship between The Beatles and Bob Dylan has always been one of admiration and Dylan decided to perform a rare cover.

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Spirit of World War II Helped Paul McCartney Make ‘McCartney III’

Paul McCartney said his parents' World War II-era determination inspired him to keep working on 'McCartney III.'

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The Beatles' Paul McCartney Unveils The Importance Of His Phone In His Music Life

Paul McCartney, the co-lead vocalist, and bassist of the legendary band the Beatles shared an interview on his official website named after him and revealed the importance of a phone when it comes to music while talking about his upcoming album, ‘McCartne

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Do vintage electric guitars really sound better with age?

In this opinion piece, vintage-guitar expert Huw Price goes head-to-head with the myth that, like a fine wine, vintage guitars improve with age.

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Independent music venues fear they'll soon be forced to close forever

Nearly 3,000 venues have formed a new group, the National Independent Venue Association, to lobby for federal assistance to weather the pandemic.

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Keith Richards on COVID: 'I’m impervious... like Trump' - Los Angeles Times

Keith Richards on his X-Pensive Winos reissue, a new Rolling Stones album and living in American during COVID.

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Wolfgang Van Halen Says Rumors Are 'Hurting Me and My Family'

Wolfgang Van Halen said rumors about Van Halen continuing without Eddie Van Halen were hurting him and his family in October 2020.

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Paul McCartney to release new album recorded alone in lockdown

McCartney III, about ‘freedom and love’, continues solo series begun in 1970 in secret as the Beatles broke up

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Spencer Davis, Sixties Music Legend, Dead Aged 81

Spencer Davis, the Welsh born multi-instrumentalist and founder of the renowned 60s UK band, The Spencer Davis Group, has died aged 81.

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Joint Israeli-UAE song:Israeli singer Elkana Marziano and Emirati artist Walid Aljasim

Joint Israeli-UAE song:Israeli singer Elkana Marziano and Emirati artist Walid Aljasim H/T Times of Israel “This is a historic moment,” said Israeli singer Elkana Marziano, whose duet with Emirati artist Walid Aljasim has clocked more than 1.1 million

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John Lennon Urged Frank Sinatra to Sing 1 of His 'Walls and Bridges' Songs to No Avail

John Lennon thought he had the perfect song for Frank Sinatra on his 5th solo album. Frank didn't take him up on the offer.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Music TV is a new take on the 24-hour music video channel

If you miss the halcyon days of MTV in its prime, check out Apple Music TV, a free, 24-hour a day curated music video livestream with premieres and exclusives.

Psychology | Psychology

We Find Some Word Sounds More Emotionally Arousing Than Others – Research Digest

By Emma Young. Finding helps explain the bouba-kiki effect — and may even have implications for the evolution of language.

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Eddie Van Halen endured a 'horrifying racist environment' before becoming a rock legend

In an interview with Marc Maron, former bandmate David Lee Roth revealed just how painful the experience was for the late artist, who was of Indonesian and Dutch descent.

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The Beatles: John Lennon on Paul McCartney HOURS before death – ‘I’d do anything for him’

JOHN LENNON had some touching things to say about Paul McCartney in the hours before his untimely death.

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John Lennon at 80: His life in pictures

Friday would have marked the 80th birthday of the late Beatles star John Lennon.

Music | Vinyl Records!

Bang & Olufsen revives iconic Beogram 4000c turntable

Bang & Olufsen is resurrecting its iconic Beogram 4000c turntable – Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition  – this October.

Music | Music News

Sammy Hagar and Mike Anthony Salute Eddie Van Halen in New Video

“I’ll tell you, a Van Halen song never felt so hard to sing and play in my life,” singer says following news of guitarist’s death

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Charlie Brown And The Peanuts Soundtrack: The Music of Vince Guaraldi

The iconic music of Charlie Brown and Peanuts was created by jazz composer Vince Guaraldi. This is the story of how it came to be.

Music | Bands

How Eddie Van Halen 'scared the hell out of a million guitarists' - BBC News

How Eddie Van Halen changed the sound of rock music forever, one riff at a time.

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The story of grunge in 15 classic albums

From Neil Young to Nirvana and their juggernaut anthem 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', along with the post-grunge that followed...

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Johnny Nash, 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer, dead at 80

Nash passed away on Tuesday of natural causes in his home in Houston, Texas.

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Valerie Bertinelli Posts Moving Tribute to Eddie Van Halen - Variety

Valerie Bertinelli posted a moving tribute to her ex-husband, guitarist Eddie Van Halen, who died Tuesday at the age of 65.

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Metallica, Pete Townshend, Brian May, Tony Iommi, More Remember Eddie Van Halen | Pitchfork

Sammy Hagar on the passing of his iconic bandmate: “Heartbroken and speechless.”

Entertainment | Entertainment

Eddie Van Halen Dies at 65

Eddie Van Halen, whose innovative and explosive guitar playing kept the hard rock band that bore his family name cemented to the top of the album charts for two decades, died on Tuesday morning after a long battle with cancer. He was 65. Van Halen's son W

Music | Music News

Hear Paul McCartney’s remarkable isolated drums on The Beatles song ‘Back in the U.S.S.R.’

We are taking a look back at one of The Beatles more curious moments and concentrating on Paul McCartney's remarkable isolated drums on 'Back in the U.S.S.R.'

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Colourisation artist brings to life snaps of the Beatles playing small gigs in early 1960s

The stunning images feature drummer Pete Best, who would later be replaced by Ringo Starr, as well as original bass guitarist Stuart Sutcliffe, who left the band to pursue his career as a painter.

Music | Music News

Did AC/DC send out the signal there's a new album coming?

In a flash of lightning AC/DC has sent the internet into a frenzy with rumours of a new album.

Entertainment | William Shatner

William Shatner sings ‘The Blues’ backed by Rock & Roll Hall of Famers and other stars

Actor William Shatner, best known for playing Capt. James T. Kirk on “Star Trek,” has a new album out Friday, Oct. 2. "The Blues" finds Shatner singing iconic fare such as "Crossroads," "The Thrill is Gone," "Route 66," "Sweet Home Chicago" and more, join

Music | Music News

Mac Davis, Country Singer and Elvis Presley Songwriter, Dead at 78 - Rolling Stone

Along with solo hits like “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me,” Davis wrote Presley’s indelible “In the Ghetto”

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Fleet Foxes: Sun Giant EP Album Review | Pitchfork

The first official release from Seattle-based Fleet Foxes may be largely influenced by vintage folk and rock LPs, but this pastoral psych-pop band does something special with these elements. Fusing classic rock, church music, old-timey folk, and epic, rev

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Happy first day of fall! Here's a new Fleet Foxes album

Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold dropped a new album, Shore, today. Listen to it now.

Entertainment | Humor

Blues Traveler Inducted Into “Band You’re Probably Gonna Hear at Walgreens” Hall of Fame

Blues Traveler were inducted into the “Band You’re Probably Gonna Hear at Walgreens” Hall of Fame for being the most played at the pharmacy chain.

Music | Music

From the sharp-edged genre's founding members to the later artists bringing new wave into the present here's a look at new wave

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Vanilla Fudge Adds a Little Led to the Mixture on Upcoming Record

Singer/keyboardist Mark Stein reflects on 50+ years of Vanilla Fudge, Led Zeppelin, Quentin Tarantino, and...Michael Jackson??

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iOS 14.2 beta adds new Control Center toggle for built-in Shazam music recognition

Apple released the surprise first beta of iOS 14.2 to developers, just one day after iOS 14 was released to the general public. One of the new changes in iOS 14.2 is a brand new Shazam toggle that can be added to Control Center. To add the new Shazam musi

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Watch the power of The Kinks with rare footage of their 1965 Paris performance

We dip into the Far Out Magazine Vault to bring you this brilliant footage of The Kinks performing some of their best tracks in Paris, 1965.

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Vinyl outsells CDs for the first time since the 1980s

Music fans in the US purchased more vinyl records than CDs in the first half of 2020, marking the first time since the 1980s that CDs were not the top selling physical format.

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Musings On Music: Seven Insights From Psychology – Research Digest

By Emma Young. New research is revealing all manner of psychological and neurological effects of music.

Music | Music News

How Keith Richards is Spending His Quarantine

The guitarist talks about new Stones music, his ‘Goats Head Soup’ memories, and how he hopes they’ll celebrate their 60th anniversary

Music | Music

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin On "Faith Alone," Cautious Optimism for Shows in 2021 and the Election

#BadReligion #GregGraffin #FaithAlone In 2020, no band would be spared the wrath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Punk icons Bad Religion weren’t going to mope abou...

Music | Music News

Jimmy Page recalls meeting The Rolling Stones for the first time

Jimmy Page has spoken about his earliest experiences meeting and recording with Rolling Stones duo Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

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The making of The Beatles: Watch the earliest known footage of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, recorded in 1958

We're stepping back in time with Far Out Magazine's vault to dig out a moment of history after The Beatles were filmed by the Liverpool police force.

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Soul singer Bill Coday had two careers 20 years apart | The Secret History of Chicago Music

His early releases, especially on Denise LaSalle’s Crajon label, have been widely reissued—and his later soul-blues recordings are beloved too.

Music | Music

All of David Bowie's albums ranked in order of greatness

As we're such big David Bowie fans here at Far Out we thought we'd give ourselves the unenviable task of ranking all 27 of his album in order of greatness

Music | Music

Keith Moon: isolated drum track on The Who's Pinball Wizard

Take a look back at The Who's iconic drummer Keith Moon and marvel at his unique style on the 1969 classic, 'Pinball Wizard'

Music | Music

Six Decades Into His Career, Bob Dylan Delivers A Gorgeous And Meticulous Record

Six decades into his career, Bob Dylan delivers a gorgeous and meticulous record. It is the rare Dylan album that asks to be understood and comes down to meet its audience.

Music | Music

Paul McCartney still uses the guitar amp he bought when was 14

Paul McCartney has shared a unique glimpse into his recording process, revealing that he still uses an amplifier he bought when he was 14

Music | Music

Dylan is impossible to pin down—But these documentaries reveal plenty

Including Martin Scorsese’s Rolling Thunder Revue, out this week on Netflix

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Trini Lopez Dead: Singer and Guitarist Died of COVID-19 - Variety

Trini Lopez, the pop singer and guitarist who also acted in Robert Aldrich's "The Dirty Dozen," died Monday of complications from COVID-19.

Music | Music

Teenage Twins Are Blown Away by the Phil Collins Song 'In the Air Tonight' While Listening to It For the First Time

The teenage Williams twins, aka TwinsthenewTrend, of Gary, Indiana amusingly review classic rock songs after hearing them for the first time. One such

Music | Music

The Beatles: Paul McCartney gives explanation on WHY he sued the band

THE BEATLES struggled towards the end of their career, as all four members of the band decided to go their separate ways. While their discrepancies with one another have become well-known, a few issues have not completely been aired out since their split,

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Retro cassette players for people who like it old-school

Cassette tapes are making a comeback, probably because you can’t beat them for making a mixtape or recording the weird things you hear on the radio.

Music | Music

The Best Music Podcasts You Should Be Listening To Right Now

A roundup of the best podcasts out there for fans of new music, old music, rock, hip-hop, pop, and just about everything else.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Spotify’s new party mode feature, ‘Group Session,’ goes remote | TechCrunch

Spotify announced today it’s updating its recently launched shared-queue feature, Group Session, to support remote usage.  Essentially a “party mode,” the feature first debuted in May, offering a way for participants contribute to a collaborative playlist

Music | Music

Rebel Rebel - Rockin'1000 That's Live Official

In 2015 1000 Rockers performed simultaneously "Learn to Fly" by the Foo Fighters in Cesena - Italy. The video got more than 32 million views and the Foos act...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

4 Israeli Startups Using Tech To Amplify The Music Scene - One Note At A Time

From haptic tech that lets you feel sounds to a music learning app that teaches you piano through mobile, these four tech companies are transforming the global music scene. | NoCamels

Music | Music

Mick Jagger gives fresh update on new Rolling Stones material

Mick Jagger has given an update on the progress of new music by The Rolling Stones, revealing that he's been working on the material during lockdown

Music | Music News

A note which hilariously details The Rolling Stones’ complex hotel requirements

Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts and their touring life was that of rock 'n' roll legend.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

This is what Samsung’s bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live will look like in your ears - The Verge

A new leak shows more angles of Samsung’s next wireless earbuds and their very unique style. The Galaxy Buds Live might also feature active noise cancellation.

Music | Music

The White Stripes play the shortest ever live show

When The White Stripes played the shortest ever live show in 2007 and led to a bizarre dispute between Jack White and Guinness World Records.

Music | Music

New Music Is Better Than Old Music. This Is Why!

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Facebook to launch officially licensed music videos in the U.S. next month | TechCrunch

Facebook is preparing to launch officially licensed music videos on its social network in the U.S. next month, in a direct challenge to YouTube. In materials reviewed by TechCrunch, Facebook informed Page owners linked to artists they’ll need to toggle on

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Lost Rolling Stones song with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page to be released

Scarlet is joined by two other unreleased songs, Criss Cross and All the Rage, on a deluxe version of Goat’s Head Soup

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The Maestro: 10 Facts About Ennio Morricone

When famed composer Ennio Morricone passed away on July 6, 2020, he left behind a body of work that eclipses the idea of “productivity” itself. In addition to composing thousands of hours of music for hundreds of movies, he created several indelible momen

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Ringo Starr on His 80th Birthday: “We’re sort of saying I’m still 79, because we’re hopefully celebrating properly next year”

Ringo Starr was hoping to have a big party for his 80th birthday on July 7th, but the pandemic is keeping him away from his friends and loved one

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Remember When Charlie Daniels Put on a Clinic at the ACM Awards?

Charlie Daniels 2010 performance with Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley and John Fogerty is simply electric, ending with a mic-drop kind of line.

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Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91

Ennio Morricone, one of the world's best-known and most prolific composers of film scores notably for spaghetti westerns, died in Rome on Monday at the age of 91. Tributes poured in for the man who composed the music for about 500 films, including hi

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The All-American Glory of Yacht Rock

America’s truly sublime musical innovation is Yacht Rock. Savor the wit of that oxymoron: How hard can you rock if you’re on a yacht? The boat itself rocks like a baby, not like Led Zeppelin.

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Dave Grohl says he worried about getting fired from Nirvana

In a new interview, Dave Grohl said that he was insecure about his skills and was afraid of being fired from Nirvana.

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Suzi Quatro: I'm tough because I walked through the fire and survived

As the new documentary about her life and career goes on general release, Suzi Quatro says the film is “everything I wanted it to be” as she reveals she's also planning a biopic

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Summer Soundtrack: 20 Great Songs From the Ultimate '80s Movies

As familiar—even iconic—as many 1980s movies have become in audiences’ minds, there are always a handful that get overlooked, or thankfully rediscovered, thanks to re-releases and anniversaries.

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‘Rough and Rowdy Ways’: Bob Dylan Sounds Like He Could Go on Forever - The Ringer

On his first album of new material in eight years, Dylan sounds as alive as ever, even if he delivers it with a hint of orneriness