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Ringo Starr reflects on 'Yellow Submarine': Could it have been green or deep purple?

Ringo Starr chats with USA TODAY's Melissa Ruggieri about staying in shape and the history of The Beatles' "Yellow Submarine."

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The Beatles’ Unheard ‘Revolver’: An Exclusive Preview of a Blockbuster Archival Release

A new Special Edition of their psychedelic 1966 classic is packed with revelations. Here's a first look at what's inside

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Ringo Starr Slips Out Details of the New Beatles ‘Revolver’ Box Set

Ringo Starr has shown fans a finished box set of the upcoming new Beatles box ‘Revolver’ and inadvertently leaked the tracklisting.

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Paul McCartney, Taylor Hawkins’ Son Shane Help Foo Fighters Close London Tribute Concert

Paul McCartney made a surprise appearance during the Foo Fighters portion of the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert in London.

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Paul McCartney on his favourite John Lennon scene in Beatles Get Back

PAUL MCCARTNEY has seen Peter Jackson's The Beatles: Get Back and has revealed his favourite John Lennon scenes that warmed his heart the most.

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The Best Vinyl Releases Of August 2022

Beastie Boys, Interpol, Pavement, Madonna, Paul McCartney, and Oasis put out some of the month's finest vinyl releases.

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The Beatles ‘Revolver’ to Get “Immersive” Rerelease, Says Giles Martin

Giles Martin, son of late Beatles producer George Martin, has confirmed that the group’s 1966 Revolver will be rereleased as a box set sometime during fall 2022, via Apple Corps and Universal Music. After remixing and reissuing The Beatles’ later albums,

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Watch Joni Mitchell's surprise performance at Newport Folk Festival

Joni Mitchell surprised the crowd at Newport Folk Festival 2022 when she joined Brandi Carlile onstage for two songs. 

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Rock Legend Carlos Santana Collapses On Stage

Audience members at the Detroit-area theater were asked to pray for the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.

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Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury show hailed as ‘phenomenal’

Ex-Beatle’s gig seen by many in huge festival crowd as ‘something to tell your grandkids about’

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Fans and stars pay tribute to "the greatest songwriter ever" Paul McCartney on his 80th birthday

Fans and stars alike have flocked to social media to pay tribute to Paul McCartney on the legendary singer-songwriter's 80th birthday

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Watch The Rolling Stones cover The Beatles’ ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ in Liverpool

During their show in Liverpool last night, The Rolling Stones paid tribute to The Beatles by covering their 1963 hit ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’.

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Jim Seals dead: Seals and Crofts singer dies aged 80 as fans pay tribute

JIM SEALS, who sang in the soft rock duo Seals and Crofts, has died at the age of 80.

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Alan White, drummer with prog rock band Yes, dies aged 72

Drummer who joined in 1972 also played on albums by John Lennon and George Harrison

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The B-52s are Gearing Up for One Last Ride

The new wave rockers from Athens, Georgia, are preparing for their final tour 45 years after their first live performance. The B-52s, who are known for songs like “Love Shack” and “Rock Lobster,” have announced their farewell tour which will hit 11 cities

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Bob Dylan announces new 2022 North American tour dates

Bob Dylan has announced a number of new West Coast tour dates in North America this summer – see the full list here.

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Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden members form new supergroup 3rd Secret

A collection of members from some of the Seattle grunge scene’s finest bands have come together to form a new supergroup called 3rd Secret with a surprise LP.

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Rolling Stones: Are They Announcing More U.S. Tour Dates?

The Rolling Stones are preparing to announce... something. A new social media post has fans pretty excited.

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Jack White thinks The Rolling Stones copied The Beatles

Guitarist and former White Stripes frontman Jack White says The Rolling Stones followed The Beatles in their wake, and "copied" them.

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Bobby Rydell, pompadoured 1960s teen idol and ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ star, dies

Bobby Rydell, who scored 29 hits after becoming a teen idol in the '50s, died at 79 in April 2022.

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Rolling Stones Documentary Series Confirmed

The BBC announced a documentary series to mark the Rolling Stones' 60th anniversary with each episode focusing on one member in April 2022.

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Watch Joni Mitchell sing in public for the first time since 2013

Joni Mitchell has delivered her first public performance in nine years, taking to the stage at MusiCares’ 2022 Person Of The Year gala.

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The Rolling Stones 60th anniversary to be celebrated with BBC docuseries

The 60th anniversary of The Rolling Stones is to be celebrated with a special BBC docuseries featuring intimate interviews with the bandmates

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Watch The Who play Pete Townshend solo track for first time in 33 years

The Who performed Pete Townshend's solo track "Let My Love Open The Door" for the first time in 33 years at a recent show in London.

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Paul McCartney pens a touching tribute to Taylor Hawkins

The former Beatle got to play drums on the Foo Fighters' "Sunday Rain," a song Taylor Hawkins sang lead vocals on

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Taylor Hawkins: farewell to a modern rock drumming hero

As the news of Taylor Hawkins' untimely passing hits, we pay tribute to the man who repositioned drummers as rock stars

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Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dead at 50

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Taylor Hawkins, for 25 years the drummer for Foo Fighters and best friend of frontman Dave Grohl, has died during a South American tour with the rock band. He was 50. There were no immediate details on how Hawkins died, although the b

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The Rolling Stones’ Famous, Secret 1977 El Mocambo Shows To Have Full Release

The Rolling Stones’ secret 1977 shows at the Toronto club the El Mocambo are to be released on album for the first time on May 13.

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Keith Richards on the Rolling Stones and a solo reunion

The Stones guitarist, and frontman of Keith Richards & the X-Pensive Winos, talks about his solo career; the passing of Stones drummer Charlie Watts; writing new music with Mick Jagger; and how he kicked his most persistent addiction.

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The Rolling Stones to announce 60th-anniversary tour – with first gig in Liverpool

THE ROLLING STONES will this month announce a European tour to mark their 60th ­anniversary – including a gig at Liverpool.The legendary rockers ??

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Sir Paul McCartney will headline this year’s Glastonbury Festival just a week after his 80th birthday

SIR Paul McCartney is one of the greatest musicians of all time and now he is returning to one of the most famous stages in the world - by headlining

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Paul McCartney announces ‘Got Back’ US tour dates

Paul McCartney has announced plans for a tour of North America in the spring, with tickets going on sale next week.

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Blondie, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, And More Among Record Store Day 2022 Exclusives

Record Store Day 2022 has unveiled a slew of new releases, including vinyl from Blondie, The Rolling Stones, The Cranberries, and more.

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Coachella and Stagecoach Are Dropping All Covid Requirements

The Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals have announced that they are dropping Covid requirements for their April events.

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Spotify is removing Neil Young’s music after falling out over Joe Rogan

Musician Neil Young is following through on his threat to pull his extensive and well-loved sonic catalogue from Spotify. Young took a stand against the company’s relationship with podcaster Joe Rogan this week, accusing Spotify of propagating Covid-19 mi

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Musicians defend Taylor Swift after Damon Albarn says she "doesn't write her own songs"

Figures from the music world have come out to defend Taylor Swift after Damon Albarn claimed that she “doesn’t write her own songs”.

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Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell singer dead at 74

The musician died at home with his family by his side, his agent confirmed

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The Music Industry Is In Crisis Because People Are Buying More Old Songs Than New

According to the music sales data company MRC, "old songs" now represent an astonishing 70% of the U.S. market.

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The Detroit Cobras’ Rachel Nagy Has Died

Nagy co-founded the Michigan garage rock band in 1994

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Ronnie Spector, Girl Group Icon and Leader of the Ronettes, Dies at 78

Ronnie Spector, whose hard-edged yet tremulous voice soared on the Ronettes’ girl-group hits of the early ‘60s, has died. She was 78.

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Half-Hour of Lost Footage of Rolling Stones’ Altamont Festival Unveiled by Library of Congress

The Library of Congress has posted 25 minutes of newly found footage from the Altamont festival of the Stones, CSNY, Gram Parsons and more.

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Vinyl turns tables as UK sales take highest market share since 1990

BPI estimates more than 5m vinyl albums already sold in 2021, the 14th consecutive year of growth

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The Beatles’ Famed Rooftop Concert to Screen in IMAX Theaters

Get Back director Peter Jackson will participate in a special Q&A following the concert film’s special theatrical release

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Monkees singer Michael Nesmith dead at 78

Michael Nesmith, singer and guitarist for the Monkees, died on Friday from natural causes at the age of 78.

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Here comes the shun: The current flavour of Beatles-bashing is as lazy as it gets

Peter Jackson’s new three-part documentary is nothing short of a miracle for many fans of McCartney, Lennon, Harrison and Starr. It’s a shame ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ has also given the band’s detractors another tedious window to sneer, writes Louis Chilto

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The Beatles get back in the UK Top 40 after Peter Jackson’s documentary

Fans dive into the Fab Four’s music following release of the three-part series

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Peter Jackson Reveals How He Coaxed Paul and Ringo Into Giving Him the OK to Make ‘Get Back’

How do the surviving members of The Beatles feel about Peter Jackson's "Get Back" documentary? The director reveals how he got their OK.

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The Beatles Get Back documentary: How to watch it and what people are saying about it

How to see and why to watch the most talked about music doc of the year: Peter Jackson's Beatles opus, Get Back

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'Weird Al' Clarifies That Kid Rock's New Video Is Not His Parody of Kid Rock

'Don't Tell Me How to Live' slams woke culture.

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Rolling Stones live up to legendary reputation with an incendiary Austin concert

Closing out a 13-show run of stadium-sized U.S. venues, the Rolling Stones lit up Circuit of the Americas in Austin with an incendiary show Saturday.

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The Rolling Stones touch down at Hollywood Burbank Airport as their No Filter tour continues

The Rolling Stones touched down at Hollywood Burbank Airport on Monday ahead of their anticipated gigs at SoFi Stadium.

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'You haven't heard the last of Charlie': Rolling Stones on a bittersweet tour and new music

Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Steve Jordan on saying goodbye to Charlie Watts, filling a legend's drum seat and why it was 'the right decision to keep going.'

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Mick Jagger Answers Those Who Say the Rolling Stones Should Quit

Mick Jagger said in October 2021 that late drummer Charlie Watts wanted the band to carry on with their No Filter tour.

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Rolling Stones review – a funky, heavy first show without Charlie Watts

<strong>The Dome at America’s Center, St Louis, Missouri</strong><br>The veteran rockers return to the road with an emotional tribute to their longtime drummer and a reinvigorated sense of purpose

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The Rolling Stones Remember Charlie Watts With Touching Tribute Video: Watch

The Rolling Stones is honoring its "engine room" and virtuoso drummer Charlie Watts in a touching tribute video three days after he died at the age of 80. Watch.

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Rolling Stones will tour US next month after Charlie Watts' death

The Rolling Stones will reportedly still go on their US tour in September despite drummer Charlie Watts' recent passing.

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When Paul McCartney punched Eddie Vedder in the face

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder recalls the moment that former Beatles bassist, Paul McCartney, once hit him with a haymaker in a hotel bar in Seattle.

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Charlie Watts: Jazz man who became rock superstar - BBC News

The drummer kept his feet firmly on the ground despite the success of the Rolling Stones.

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Charlie Watts Was the Coolest Rolling Stone

Remembering legendary Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who died today at 80.

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Brian Setzer still strutting to the rockabilly beat in new solo album, ‘Gotta Have the Rumble’

Forty years after the Stray Cats first album, Brian Setzer is still waving the flag for rockabilly. Proudly. The singer and guitarist, who's also led the Brian Setzer Orchestra Big Band, comes this week with "Gotta Have the Rumble," his first new solo alb

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The Rolling Stones Tee Up Deluxe 'Tattoo You' With Rocking Unreleased Track

The Rolling Stones have announced the October release of a 40th anniversary deluxe edition of their chart-topping, multi-platinum 1981 album ‘Tattoo You.’

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Tony Bennett Cancels Remaining Tour Dates, Retires From Performing

Tony Bennett has officially retired from performing live. Last week, for his 95th birthday, the legendary crooner did two shows at Radio City Music Hall with Lady Gaga, billed “One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett And Lady Gaga.” And now his son Da

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Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts sitting out band's US tour

Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts, who has been with the band since 1963, is likely to miss their upcoming U.S. tour this fall, according to reports.

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ZZ Top: Bearded bassist Dusty Hill dies in his sleep at 72

HOUSTON (AP) — ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill, the long-bearded bassist for the million-selling Texas blues rock trio known for such hits as “Legs” and “Gimme All Your Lovin'," has died at age 72. In a Facebook post Wednesday, guitarist Billy Gibbons and drummer Fr

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'We're back on the road!' The Rolling Stones return in September with No Filter stadium tour

The Rolling Stones' postponed No Filter stadium tour will resume in September and play 13 shows in the U.S. Here's how you can get tickets.

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Paul McCartney & Rick Rubin Have a Field Day Going Down Beatles Rabbit Holes in ‘McCartney 3, 2, 1’

Paul McCartney and an inquisitive Rick Rubin have a field day going down Beatles rabbit holes in Hulu's delightful series 'McCartney 3,2,1.'

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Peter Jackson Restored So Much Beatles Footage That ‘Get Back’ Is Now a Six-Hour TV Series

Jackson's documentary was created out of 60 hours of unseen footage and more than 150 hours of unheard audio.

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The Beatles: Paul McCartney ends every gig with the same backstage ritual

THE BEATLES star Paul McCartney has been performing on stage for the better part of 60 years and now his daughter, Mary, has revealed the bizarre backstage food and drink ritual he has prepared after each show.

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B.J. Thomas Dead: Grammy-Winning Singer Dies at 78

Thomas sold over 70 million albums worldwide, with eight number one hits and numerous top ten singles.

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Pretenders Chrissie Hynde Set To Release Bob Dylan Covers Album

Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde is set to release a new Bob Dylan covers album, Standing In The Doorway, three days before Dylan's birthday.

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Walmart to host its first online ‘Vinyl Mania Week’

More than 150 titles — ranging from pop, soul and rock to country, folk and jazz — will be available, with new selections popping up each day.

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Elvis wanted The Beatles as his backing band

Tom Jones reveals that his friend Elvis was hopeful that John, Paul, George and Ringo would back him after The Beatles split

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Eddie Van Halen's Son Says He's "Hurt" By 2021 Grammys Tribute to Late Rocker

Wolfgang Van Halen is expressing his disappointment over the 2021 Grammys tribute to his late father and rock legend, Eddie Van Halen.

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Ringo Starr Can’t Bring Himself to Practice Alone

Ringo Starr discusses his new 2021 EP Zoom In, why Here Comes the Sun is the most popular Beatles song, and his love of Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Miley Cyrus.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 Rolling Stones are set to get The Crown treatment in new TV series about their origins

The team behind Netflix's royal hit will be bringing the story of how Mick Jagger and Keith Richards formed the seminal 1960s rock band to the small screen

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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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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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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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Tower Records Is Back...With An Online Store

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

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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)

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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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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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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 on his new LP: "Everything I do is always supposed to be my last"

Paul McCartney has addressed his 60-year music career in a new interview, in which he suggests it's the time for him to slow down.

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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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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.

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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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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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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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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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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.

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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.

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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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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

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Keith Richards says he "can't imagine" The Rolling Stones ever retiring

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has spoken about the future of the band, saying he "can't imagine" them ever retiring.

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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.

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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

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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.

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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

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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,

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Jesse Malin on New York's Club Crisis: 'Very Few Venues Are Going to Be Able to Survive'

New York rock veteran and bar owner says he’s “never seen anything like this” in his 40-year career

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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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‘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

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Mick Jagger Pays Tribute to 'Biggest Inspiration' Little Richard

“His music still has the same raw electric energy when you play it now as it did when it first shot through the music scene in the mid 50’s,” Rolling Stones singer writes of late icon

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Little Richard, Founding Father of Rock Who Broke Musical Barriers, Dead at 87

Pianist-singer behind “Tutti Frutti,” “Good Golly Miss Molly” and “Long Tall Sally” set the template that a generation of musicians would follow

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Bob Dylan Announces New Album Rough and Rowdy Ways, Shares New Song: Listen | Pitchfork

“False Prophet” follows a string of recent singles, including the 17-minute JFK assassination epic “Murder Most Foul”

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Drive-In Concerts Are Now a Thing in Denmark

Denmark hosted a drive-in concert last week, where audience members watched Mads Langer perform live from their cars and tuned in on FM radio.

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Mick Jagger is doing just Mick Jagger Is Doing Just Fine With His Quarantine Sheep Pals— And He's Wearing A Jaunty Hat

Mick Jagger, of the Rolling Stones, filmed a cute video for The Tonight Show that showed what he was getting up to in quarantine. It includes sheep herding!

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The Rolling Stones Hit Number 1 on iTunes (First Time Ever) with Spectacular Quarantine Anthem “Living in a Ghost Town”

The Rolling Stones haven’t had a number 1 hit probably since 1981’s “Start Me Up.” They’ve had scattershot singles since then– they were never a great singles ch…

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Mick Jagger responds to Paul McCartney's claims that The Beatles were "better" than The Rolling Stones | NME

Mick Jagger has responded to Paul McCartney's recent comments that The Beatles were a superior band to The Rolling Stones.

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The Rolling Stones Release Timely New Song ‘Living In A Ghost Town’ – Watch The Video

The Rolling Stones, who had planned a major tour before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, have done the next best thing: Released a new song and video that, as Mick Jagger says, "would resonate through the times that we’re living in right now." I

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The Beatles to host sing-a-long version of 'Yellow Submarine' film online this weekend

The Beatles are set to host a one time only sing-a-long version of their 'Yellow Submarine' film on YouTube this weekend (April 25).

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Charlie Watts’s awesome air-drumming and other ‘One World: Together at Home’ highlights

The Rolling Stones' drummer stole the show... without even playing at all.

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Three new documentaries explore the enduring allure of a great record store

"Other Music," "Record Safari" and "Vinyl Nation" offer bittersweet reminders, in a time of coronavirus, of the emotional pull of record stores and vinyl.

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Beatles To Unveil Unheard Treasure Trove, 50 Years After ‘Let It Be’

The vintage money-making machine of the most successful band in history continues to rake in millions, even 50 years after Paul McCartney left for a solo career in April 1970.

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A new photo of the Beatles lets us see them with fresh eyes

The youthful carefree musicians captured in a way we had forgotten

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Bill Wyman: Why Bill Withers Was the Definition of Timeless

Withers, who died earlier this week on March 30 at 81 of heart complications, had talent and an air of imperturbable gravity. That combination made his deceptively simple songs sound genuinely real — and somehow necessary.