50 summers after the Beatles‘ first film A Hard Day’s Night opened in theaters, the two surviving members are back out on the road. 2014 sees both Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band along with Paul McCartney touring North America 50 years after yet another “Fab” milestone — the Beatles’ first American tour.
Eric Clapton seems more serious than ever that his touring days are coming to an end. Clapton, who’s suffered in recent years from a bad back, told Uncut that he might end up eventually unable to play, saying, “It might be that I can’t, if it hurts too much. I have odd ailments. . . The road […]
In today’s press conference Mike Aresco Officially welcomed ECU to the American Athletic Conference, and he had a lot of nice things to say. See his full speech below.
All this week listen for comments from Mike Aresco the Commissioner of the American Athletic Conf. ECU will join the AAC on July 1st.
It was 48 years ago on today (June 24th, 1966), that the Beatles kicked off their final tour in Munich, West Germany. The tour, which saw the group performing in Germany, Japan, the Philippines, and the U.S., was plagued with controversy. In the Philippines, the Beatles, who had politely declined an invitation to attend a banquet with then-President Ferdinand […]
Don Henley believes that the key to a successful band is understanding that it’s not a democracy. Henley, who, along with the rest of the Eagles are currently on tour in the UK, spoke to Australia’s News.com (News.com.au), and explained, “You cannot take four or five creative people who have egos and creative desires and […]
As we first reported to you last year, work continues on a massive reissue for John Lennon’s only fully rehearsed solo concert performance from 1972. Producer Jack Douglas, best known for his work with Aerosmith, Cheap Trick, and Lennon’s final 1980 songs on Double Fantasy and Milk And Honey, is now restoring the two […]