Music | Music

The Zombies Founder Rod Argent to Retire From Touring Following Stroke

The stroke led to an overnight hospitalization, with Argent’s doctors advising multiple months of rest and recuperation

Music | Music

Beatlemania 60 Years After Band’s Landmark ‘Ed Sullivan Show’ Appearance

Sixty years ago The Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" to a record-breaking viewership of over 73 million people.

Music | Music

The Beatles Stormed America in 1964. I Was With Them, Day and Night

A legendary photographer’s diary from the eye of the Beatlemania hurricane.

News | News

Tom Smothers, one half of comedy duo Smothers Brothers, dead at 86

Tom Smothers died Tuesday at his home in California after battling cancer, according to his family. The comedian was half of the comedy duo Smothers Brothers, along with Dick Smothers.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

David McCallum Dead: Star of 'NCIS,' 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Was 90

David McCallum, who starred as Illya Kuryakin in "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." and had a supporting role on "NCIS," died Monday in New York.

Music | Music

Monkees’ Micky Dolenz: The Final Daydream Believer

‘After producing, directing, writing and creating my own TV shows and films, and starring in The Monkees, I can tell you there's no formula for a hit.’

Music | Music News

Robbie Robertson Dead: The Band Guitarist and Singer Was 80

Guitarist-songwriter-singer Robbie Robertson, who led the Canadian-American group the Band to rock prominence in the 1970s and worked extensively with Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese, has died. He wa…

Entertainment | Entertainment

Best Classic Comedy Movies of the 1960s, Ranked

The 1960s had some of the funniest, most timeless American comedy movies of all time. Here are the best comedy classics from this decade.

Music | Music

Introducing the Ultimate Music Guide to The Yardbirds

The Yardbirds, who gave rise to Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. From the Marquee, via psychedelic sonics, all the way to Led Zeppelin.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

30 Fascinating Photos of Disneyland From the Early 1960s

Disneyland is a theme park in Anaheim, California. Opened in 1955, it was the first theme park opened by The Walt Disney Company and the onl...

Music | Music

England Swings: How the UK Mods Bridged Blues, 60s Rock, 70s Punk, and 80s Pop

The UK Mods were remarkably expansive in their musical taste. This feature explains how and why this came to be.

Music | Music

Rarely Seen Photographs of a Very Young David Crosby From the 1960s ~ Vintage Everyday

David Crosby, a folk rock pioneer and one of the founding members of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, has died, his family announced Thursday. He was 81.

Music | Music

David Crosby Dead: The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash Founder Was 81

Singer-songwriter-guitarist David Crosby, a founding member of hugely influential '60s rock units the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, has died at 81.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

20 Amazing Facts About Sea-Monkeys

Here are a few things you might not have known about Sea-Monkeys, one of your favorite childhood pets.

Music | Music

The longstanding links between The Beatles and James Bond

On October 5th, 1962, Dr No hit the box office and The Beatles’ first single ‘Love Me Do’ rattled the radio. We're looking at how they define British culture.

Miscellaneous | I Like This

How to Be an Effective Supermarket Checker: The Front Line 1965

How to be an effective supermarket checker. .CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!

Music | Music

‘Revolver’ Will Be Next Beatles Album to Get Deluxe Treatment, Remix

The suspense over which album by the Beatles might be next in line to get a remix and bonus-filled boxed-set treatment is over: It’s officially “Revolver.” Apple Corps and Univers…

Music | Music

On this day in history, August 29, 1966, the Beatles played their last live paid concert

The Beatles, otherwise known as The Fab Four, came together for their final live paid performance on August 29, 1966, at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on this day in history.

Music | Guitar: Gear & Tips

How the Fender Electric XII Became the Sound Everyone Chased During the Late-’60s Craze for 12-String Jangle

The unorthodox 12-string electric found its way onto some of rock's most classic recordings, wooing guitarists the world over, but the course of true love ran any way but smooth.

Music | Music

The Peculiar Story Behind The Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper' Album Cover

If you think that the 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' album cover is a smidge overwhelming, you’re not alone. Let's break it down together.

Music | Music

Outtake Photographs From The Beatles Infamous ‘Butcher Cover’ Photo Session, 1966

On March 25, 1966 a photo session which was to become a notorious part of The Beatles’ history took place: the infamous ‘butcher cover’ pict...

Music | Music

Should The Monkees Be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?

How the FBI and Jann Wenner cast a shadow over The Monkees' career.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

Disneyland in 1968 Through Fascinating Color Photos

Disneyland is an amusement park in Anaheim, California, which opened in 1955. It is the only one designed and built under the direct supervi...

Music | Music

30 Candid Polaroids of Paul McCartney Taken by Fans From the 1960s and 1970s

These candid photographs were taken by Paul McCartney’s fans from between the late 1960s to early 1970s. Most people would love to take pict...

Music | Music

Rolling Stones Stun Audience With First-Ever Live Performance Of 1960s Classic

The band kicked off its 60th-anniversary tour with the debut of a 1966 hit never before performed in concert.

Music | Music

Bob Dylan celebrates 60 years at Columbia with new 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' video

Bob Dylan has celebrated 60 years as a Columbia recording artist with a new 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' video, as Patti Smith and co reinvent a classic.

Entertainment | The Original Series

Listen to an excellent 1966 radio commercial for Star Trek: The Original Series

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gc8OeT7wROg "At the edge of the universe, 400 men and women are probing the immeasurable blackness of space," the announcer says with great drama. "Their leaders are an earthman with no fear and a stranger with no heart." S

Music | Music

Watch Glen Campbell introduce Cream to an American TV audience in 1968 | Louder

It's the summer of 1968. Country superstar, part-time Beach Boy and session man Glen Campbell is trying his hand at television, filling in as a replacement host on the The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. It's a show that's perhaps most

Music | Music

I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You): The Story Behind The Aretha Franklin Song

The first song to capture the real Aretha Franklin, I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) began one of the most important eras in music.

Cars & Motorcycles | Cars

10 Most Iconic Cars Of The '60s

The '60s were easily the most memorable decade in automotive history., and these cars embody everything that made it so great.

Music | Music

Bob Dylan once explained the secret to his songwriting

One of the finest songwriters of all time, the work of Bob Dylan will outlive us all. Here he explains the secret to becoming such a vital wordsmith.

Music | Music

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.

Music | Music

The five greatest demos by The Beatles

The Beatles left us with a wealth of demos and early versions of released and unreleased tracks to trawl through. Here, we've collected five of the best.

Music | Music

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.

Music | Music

Monkees Say Farewell: Set List, Videos

The Monkees played the final stop of their farewell tour on Nov. 14, 2021 in Los Angeles.

Style & Fashion | Fashion & Style

‘Mad Men’ costume designer shares how to replicate classic ‘60s fashion

Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant told The Post how to be the next Don and Megan Draper — and it's not just about the bell bottoms.

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

The custom auto shop behind Hollywood’s most iconic cars may be closing

They made the Batmobile and Tom Wolfe's Kandy-Kolored Streamline Baby. But with its North Hollywood studio on the block, Barris Kustom Industries, soul of Southern California car culture, may be headed for the junkyard.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Clarence Williams III, ‘The Mod Squad’s’ Linc, dies at 81

(AP) – Clarence Williams III, who played the cool undercover cop Linc Hayes on the counterculture series “The Mod Squad” and Prince’s father in “Purple Rain,” has died. He was 81. Williams di…

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

The 66 Most '60s Things About 1966

A look at 66 pop culture moments from 1966.

News | In The News

Peter Fonda’s ‘Easy Rider’ Harley Could Sell for $500,000 Next Month

Captain America, the heavily modified 1952 Harley-Davidson Peter Fonda rode in "Easy Rider", will go up for auction next month.

Music | Music

Why did the BBC ban The Beatles song 'A Day in the Life'?

BBC wrote a letter to EMI expressing their regret and disbelief that the day came when the BBC had to ban an EMI record. What happened exactly?

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

The Night Jim Morrison and the Doors Saw ‘2001’ at the Cinerama Dome

The Doors’ Ray Manzarek was known as a skilled keyboardist and respected music producer (his credits include seminal albums by X), but he was also a knowledgeable movie buff, having graduated from UCLA’s film program and receiving his MFA in cinematograph

Music | Music News

'Muscle Shoals' Review: A Must-See Documentary About The Most Important Small Town In American Musical History

This doc is a music nerd's delight, and features Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Aretha Franklin and more legendary musicians.

Music | Music

The 13 most underrated songs from 1968

In our 'Unlucky for Some' feature, we're looking at the 13 most underrated songs from 1968. From Randy Newman to Scott Walker, Harumi and Bobbie Gentry.

Music | Music

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...

Music | Music News

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

Entertainment | Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy as Spock Makes Surprise Cameo Appearance on 'The Carol Burnett Show' in 1967

During a very early episode of The Carol Burnett Show in 1967, the titular hostess played "Mrs. Invisible Man", a young mother whose baby was invisible,

Music | Music

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.

Miscellaneous | Tomorrowland

Yesterland: Coca-Cola Tomorrowland Terrace

What’s that futuristic, white planter doing? It’s rising! There’s a bandshell under that planter, with a rock band playing on it. The planter is now on the roof of the bandshell. Cool!

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous Disney

Disney’s Lost Plans to Build a Ski Resort in Sequoia National Park

The proposal by Walt Disney Productions (today, the Walt Disney Company) envisioned an "American Alpine Wonderland" on the floor of Mineral King Valley.

Style & Fashion | Style & Fashion

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Costume Designer on How '60s Style Fashion Played a Role in the Movie

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' costume designer Arianne Phillips and actor Austin Butler discuss with Esquire.com the role of the film's fashion and what it was like to work with Quentin Tarantino.

Music | Music News

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.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Right Stuff on Disney Plus review: Mad Men meets First Man

Meet the Mercury 7, the real-life playboy flyboys bedhopping their way into space in Nat Geo's new drama.

Music | Music

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

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??

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.

Politics | Politics

Why This Revolution Isn't Like the '60s

In the 1960s and early '70s, the U.S. was convulsed by massive protests calling for radical changes in the country's attitudes on race, class, gender and sexual orientation. The Vietnam

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Top TV Theme Songs of All Time: 1950s and '60s Edition

Listen to some of the best TV theme songs from shows like 'The Twilight Zone,' 'The Munsters,' 'Perry Mason' and more — watch video

Music | Music

Harrison Ford reflects on 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

News | In The News

Ken Osmond, 'Leave It to Beaver' star who played Eddie Haskell, dies at 76

Ken Osmond, best known for his role at the troublemaker Eddie Haskell on the television comedy "Leave It to Beaver," died on Monday morning.

Music | Music

Listen back to a bootleg of Led Zeppelin’s first recorded concert, 1968

We're dipping into the Far Out Magazine vault to bring you the first ever live recording of Led Zeppelin form a 1968 performance in Spokane, Washington

Music | Music

The Monkees Announce 2020 Tour Dates, New Live Album

‘An Evening With the Monkees’ kicks off April 3rd in Vancouver and wraps up April 26th in Nashville

Entertainment | The Original Series

Star Trek: I, Mudd Turns 52 Today

“I, Mudd,” written by “Mudd’s Women” scribe Stephen Kandel, is a fun and entertaining hour of Star Trek: The Original Series.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

How Tarantino’s team made the ultra-'60s Hollywood in ‘Once Upon a Time’

Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" draws on personal memories for its look at an L.A. gone by, says production designer Barbara Ling.

Music | Music News

Ringo Starr Remembers ‘Incredible, Inventive’ Ginger Baker

Ringo Starr remembered late Cream drummer Ginger Baker’s innovative playing in an interview with Rolling Stone. Baker died Sunday after a lengthy hospital stay at the age of 80.

Music | Music

Ginger Baker, Superstar Rock Drummer With Cream, Is Dead at 80 - The New York Times

Teamed with the guitarist Eric Clapton and the bassist Jack Bruce in the band Cream, Mr. Baker helped redefine the role of the drums in rock.

Entertainment | Entertainment

A Hogan's Heroes sequel series is in development from the show's original co-creator

We have to say, even in a culture rife with reboots, we did not see this one coming. Yesterday, Deadline broke the news that a Hogan's Heroes sequel is currently in development.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Peter Fonda Dead at 79

Hollywood icon Peter Fonda is easy riding into the sunset -- the veteran actor is dead ... TMZ has learned.

Entertainment | Entertainment

50 Rare Woodstock Festival Photos in Honor of its 50th Anniversary

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock Music & Arts Fair with these stunning photos.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Ron Howard proves he can still expertly skip stones down at the fishin' hole

The Andy Griffith Show star shows off his Opie skills on Instagram.

Music | Music

Resurrected Stones Film Finds Pivot Point In Rock History : NPR

In December of 1968, some of the biggest names in rock and roll came together to film The Rolling Stones' Rock and Roll Circus. The film was recently given a 4K restoration.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

R.I.P. David Hedison, captain on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and ally of James Bond

The actor also starred in the horror classic 'The Fly.' He was 92.

Music | Music

CRITICAL MASS: Gone for 50 years — The Rolling Stones was Brian Jones' band

You might dispute that. You might point out that little Keith Richards and Michael Jagger rode tricycles together until Jagger's family moved the five miles from Dartford to Wilmington, Kent in 1954.

Science & Technology | Science & Space

When Apollo 10 Nearly Crashed Into the Moon

Apollo 10 marked NASA’s last step before going for the full lunar landing with Apollo 11. But the practice run came close to failure.

Entertainment | Entertainment

13 Wild Facts About Easy Rider | Mental Floss

On May 12, 1969, Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda's low-budget biker flick premiered at Cannes and became “the definitive counterculture blockbuster.”

Music | Music

Joni Mitchell: Her Art and Life in 33 Songs | Pitchfork

Since releasing her first album in 1968, Joni Mitchell has been a singularly influential force in popular music, offering a blueprint for both enlightenment and rebellion. Here, we take a chronological look at the songs that define her legacy so far—but first, here is an essay about her many gifts by cultural critic Ann Powers.

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

A Look Back at Charles Schridde's Houses of The Future

Illustrator Charles Schridde created some of the most stunning images of what he thought the home of tomorrow will look like back in the 1960s.

Music | Music

Fiona Apple, Neil Young, Beck, Cat Power Appear on Echo in the Canyon Film Soundtrack | Pitchfork

Listen to Jakob Dylan’s Mamas & the Papas cover from the documentary’s soundtrack

Travel | Travel

South Dakota’s Flintstones Theme Park Has Been Demolished | Mental Floss

The roadside attraction, which first opened in the '60s, has been demolished. There's good news, though: The Arizona location will be reopened soon for a limited run.

Music | Music

How we made Booker T and the MGs' Green Onions

‘It was originally called Funky Onions – but to laced-up, deep-south America, that sounded like a cuss word, so we had to retitle it’

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

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.

Music | Music

Monkees Singer and Bassist Peter Tork Dead at 77

The affable performer played with the Monkees from their earliest days as a made-for-TV band all the way through their recent reunion tours

Music | Music

A Thousand People In The Street: 'For What It's Worth' Captured Youth In Revolt

Though often associated with the Vietnam War, Buffalo Springfield's signature song was inspired by a confrontation back home, which erupted on a few famous blocks in Los Angeles.

Entertainment | Entertainment

One of Britain's most beloved crotchety old sci-fi heroes—not that one—is getting his own movie

Although Doctor Who has sucked up most of the attention in this particular, slightly musty sphere over the last decade or so, British TV has a long tradition of groundbreaking science fiction shows that also, coincidentally, starred extremely crotchety ol

Music | Music

Cloud Nine: The Story Behind The Great Temptations’ Song | uDiscover

Cloud Nine is often assumed to be about getting high, but The Temptations’ Otis Williams swears “there weren’t drug references”.

Books | Books

5 Weird 1960s Covers for Classic Novels | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Music | Music

Paul McCartney says "new version" of Beatles' 'Let It Be' film is in the works

Sir Paul McCartney has hinted that a "new version" of the classic Beatles film 'Let It Be' is currently in the works

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

The Early History of the Batman TV Series

The original Batman TV series starring Adam West is a classic for many reasons.

Music | Music

Aretha Franklin Is Home And Her Family Remains Hopeful | PEOPLE.com

Aretha Franklin is home and her family remains hopeful on her condition amid news that she's 'gravely ill'

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

Vintage Disneyland photos show the park in the summer of 1969

Take a trip back in time with these pictures of Disneyland from the summer of 1969. See what's different and what stayed pretty much the same at the beloved California park.

Music | Music News

PBS Announces Woodstock Documentary Honouring Festival’s 50th Anniversary

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of historic festival, PBS announced a new Woodstock documentary for 2019 as part of their American Experience series.

Music | Music News

How we made Steppenwolf's Born to Be Wild

It soundtracked the counterculture in Easy Rider – and ended up being played on the moon and Mars

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

See How Quentin Tarantino Time-Warped Hollywood Boulevard Back to the 1960s

He's bringing the days of Charles Manson are back to life for his new film and turning Hollywood Boulevard into a retro set piece

Music | Music

David Bowie's First Recorded Song Found in Bread Box, Heading to Auction | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Ghost and Mr. Chicken was essentially Mayberry on the big screen

Even Wally from Wally's Fillin' Station shows up!

Music | Music

The Beatles' Revelatory White Album Demos: A Complete Guide

We delve deep into the 1968 home recordings that planted the seeds for the band's classic self-titled double LP

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

A Visual Guide to All 37 Villains in the Batman TV Series | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

Weird History: What Ever Happened to the Home Intercom? | Apartment Therapy

Weird history -- whatever happened to the intercom? We traced this home trend back in time.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous Disney

Can you name these 1960s Disney movies from a single image?

Back then, family films were all about dogs, cats, cars and chimney sweeps!

Music | Music

David Crosby on Joni Mitchell: "She was stunningly good, right off the bat" - Uncut

In the new Uncut: the story of Mitchell's rise to fame, as told by her biggest champions

Music | Music

Paul Simon announces 'Homeward Bound – The Farewell Tour'

Music | Music

Muscle Shoals icons The Swampers releasing 'lost' album

New archival LP finds studio musicians known for backing others' hits finally out-front on their own.

Music | Music

The 200 Best Songs of the 1960s | Pitchfork

From James Brown to Etta James, Jimi Hendrix to Patsy Cline, here are the tracks that lit up the decade

Music | Music

The Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ at 50: A Monument to Paul McCartney’s Genius

Released fifty years ago—on November 27, 1967—the Beatles’ last slice of psychedelia is an underrated masterpiece, and more fun than ‘Sgt. Pepper.’

Music | Vinyl Records!

Every crate digger’s nightmare: Record store has ‘Whipped Cream and Other Delights’ and nothing else | Dangerous M

  If there’s one thing all record collectors have in common, it’s the experience of running into Whipped Cream & Other Delights by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass innumerable times…. like literally, every time you go into a record store you h

Music | Vinyl Records!

The alternative top 50 records of the 1960s

50 years on from the Summer of Love, we take a fresh, sideways look at the extraordinarily diverse musical landscape of the most talked about decade in pop.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Why Adam West Was the One and Only Batman

Rob Sheffield breaks down why Adam West, who died Friday at 88, was the one and only Batman.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Burt Ward, Seth Green, Julie Newmar Remember Adam West: ‘He Was Truly the Bright Knight’

Burt Ward and Adam West worked together only for a few years on ABC’s “Batman,” but their friendship lasted a half-century. Ward, who played Robin to West’s Batman on the 19…

Music | Music News

The Secret History Of Aretha Franklin's "Respect"

50 years ago today, "Respect" became Aretha Franklin's first chart-topper. But when the song was first written by Otis Redding, it was no feminist anthem.

Music | Music

The History - Monterey International Pop Festival

The Big Idea The impetus behind the staging of the Monterey International Pop Festival evolved one night in 1967, at Mama Cass Elliot’s house. Paul McCartney, J

Music | Music News

Doors' Debut Album: 10 Things You Didn't Know

Shelved tracks, drugged-out vandalism and Jim Morrison's bogus backstory: Read 10 little-known facts about the Doors' 1967 debut LP.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

How LA Banks Got Their Mid-Century Mosaics and Murals

Why do so many Los Angeles-area banks have amazing murals, mosaics, and sculptures? It's mostly the the work of the Millard Sheets Studio, which starting in the fifties designed more than 100 Home...

Music | Music

The 15 Best Unreleased Beatles Songs That You Can Listen to Now

Incredibly, there's still great music by the Fab Four that hasn't been officially released.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Robert Vaughn, last of the Magnificent Seven, dies aged 83

Hollywood star Robert Vaughn, who is best known for his role as secret agent Napoleon Solo in the NBC spy series The Man From Uncle, has died at the age of 83.

Music | Music

Michael Nesmith joining the Monkees' 50th anniversary stop in L.A. - LA Times

The Los Angeles homecoming stop next month on the Monkees’ 50th anniversary tour will include all three surviving members of the made-for-TV band, guitarist, singer and songwriter Michael Nesmith confirmed Friday.

Music | Music News

Could This Be the End of Paul Simon’s Rhymin’? - The New York Times

Mr. Simon, 74, said in an interview that he was ready to give up music, despite the popularity of his latest album, “Stranger to Stranger,” and his current tour.

Music | Vinyl Records!

Inside The Beatles' Bloody, Banned 'Butcher' Cover | Rolling Stone

Read how photographer Robert Whitaker accidentally gave rise to the ultimate Beatles collectible with his infamous "butcher" photo of the group.

Music | Music

10 Wild LPs From Garage Rock's Greatest Year | Rolling Stone

Sample 10 essential garage-rock albums from 1966, the year this gloriously raw style reached its apex.

Music | Music

Blues, drugs and rock ′n′ roll: Eric Burdon turns 75 | Music

The singer of "House of the Rising Sun" and founder of the band The Animals is considered one of the greatest white blues performer ever. Following his 75th birthday, Eric Burdon will once again go on tour.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

William Schallert, 93, Dies; Prolific Actor Was Father on ‘The Patty Duke Show’ - The New York Times

For a time Mr. Schallert seemed to be everywhere on TV, usually as an authority figure, as he was in the popular “Tribbles” episode of “Star Trek.”

Music | Music

Soul Survivor
The revival and hidden treasure of Aretha Franklin

The ascent and influence of the greatest singer in the history of postwar popular music.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

11 reasons Adam West is the best Batman ever

Batman has been on the screen since 1943. Now, Ben Affleck has slipped on the cowl to growl and punch his Super Friend, Superman. Affleck is the eighth man to act as Bruce Wayne. He may be the tallest yet, but he is not the best. There can be only one tru

Music | Music

Who was the real fifth Beatle? - CNN.com

Following Beatles producer George Martin's death, we take a look at 11 men who could hold the title of 'fifth Beatle.'

Music | Music News

Was 1966 pop music’s greatest year? | Music | The Guardian

Fifty years ago, Revolver (The Beatles), Blonde on Blonde (Bob Dylan) and Pet Sounds (The Beach Boys) made the LP supreme and launched an era of unparalleled creative momentum

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

10 Dangerous Toys from Decades Past (and the Commercials That Sold Them) | Mental Floss

Baby Boomers are a hardy bunch. They rode in cars that weren’t equipped with special toddler seats, walked to and from school without being electronically tethered to their parents, ate lunches filled with allergens and preservatives, played with toys that would be quickly pulled from shelves today, and still persevered to become the largest living generation of the U.S. population.

Music | Music

Watch The Beatles' Restored, Trippy 'A Day in the Life' Video | Rolling Stone

Check out the Beatles' rarely seen, fully restored "A Day in the Life" video from the upcoming best-of reissue '1+.'

Music | Mr. Furious' Hidden Gems

THE Velvelettes "He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'"

from the 1999 THE BEST OF THE VELVELETTES - created at http://animoto.com

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Lost in Space at 50: Cast Members Talk Irwin Allen, Show’s Production | Variety

When it premiered on September 15, 1965, the CBS sci-fi adventure “Lost in Space” met with little enthusiasm from TV viewers. But the show, which originally debuted in black and white, gained popularity during its second month on the air, and eventual

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

1965: Classic TV's Vintage Year

15 unforgotten shows that premiered 50 years ago, in a single week in September

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Martin Milner Dead: ‘Adam-12,’ ‘Route 66’ Star Was 83 | Variety

Martin Milner, who starred on TV on "Adam-12" with Kent McCord and, earlier, on "Route 66" with George Maharis, died Sunday night. He was 83

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Dean Jones Dead: ‘The Love Bug’ Star Dies at 84 | Variety

Actor Dean Jones, perhaps best known for his acting work in such Disney films as "The Love Bug," died of Parkinson's disease.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

12 Photos of Sean Connery Looking Like A Boss

The first man to play James Bond reaches the ripe old age of 85 this week. To celebrate, we've rounded up some lesser-seen shots of the Scot in his debonair prime. Here-sch to you, Sch-sean.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Why The Man from UNCLE Is Still an Indispensable Spy TV Show

This week, Guy Ritchie takes a stab at recreating the magic of the sixties TV show The Man from UNCLE. The original show gives him a lot to work with, and there are only a few things that the movies needs to nail to get it right.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

The LOST IN SPACE Cast Reflects on the Show’s 50th Anniversary | Nerdist

Danger Will Robinson, danger! As a kid, there were a handful of television shows that I loved watching when home sick. One of them was Lost in Space. The adventures of the Robinson family, wandering through space in the Jupiter 2 on their search to get b

Music | Music

Ginger Baker On Firing Jack Bruce, Origins Of Cream

In the first, second, and third parts of this series with Ginger Baker, the former Cream and Blind Faith drummer touched upon a number of topics, including Sunshine Of Your Love, his false “deaths” reported by the media, how to make a proper cup of te

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What Happened to the Original Batmobile?

In 1966, George Barris purchased a 1955 experimental Lincoln Futura for $1. In 2013, he sold it for $4.6 million. So where is it now?

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10 Totally Trippy Kid's TV Shows From The 1960s - Neatorama

(Image Link)The Sixties will always be known as an extremely exciting and interesting era, and with all the interesting and exciting things going on in the world kid's TV shows tried to keep things interesting as well.Some shows played on the world's obse