Music promoter and producer Sid Bernstein, most famous for bringing the Beatles to Carnegie Hall and Shea Stadium, has died. He was 95.
Music promoter and producer Sid Bernstein, most famous for bringing the Beatles to Carnegie Hall and Shea Stadium, has died. He was 95.August 22, 2013
94 Baker Street in London's Marylebone was once more famously known as the site of the Apple Boutique, an early business venture of The Beatles.August 1, 2013
The artists that built A&M Records in the mid-60's, Herb Alpert and Sergio Mendes, came to the Hollwood Bowl last Wednesday with special guest, Alpert's wife, Lani Hall.July 23, 2013
Paul McCartney has just added Japanese dates to his "Out There" tour making an Australian tour now very likely.July 16, 2013
The acetate for a rare Beatles album that never saw release will be auctioned off on August 9 by Heritage Auctions.July 16, 2013
Charles Pope, co-founder of The Tams, died on Friday morning at his home in Atlanta at the age of 76. He had been suffering from Alzheimer's, a battle that had been documented on the reality series Tiny and Toya and T.I. and Toya: The Family Hustle on BET.July 15, 2013
After last year's fiftieth anniversary tour, the original members of the Beach Boys once again split apart. Mike Love, who owns the group name, continued touring with Bruce Johnston while Brian Wilson, Al Jardine and David Markham talked about touring their own version of the band.July 10, 2013