As the the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' maiden voyage to the states fast approaches this weekend, Feb. 9 to be exact, it's clear that the industry of books, recordings, concerts and curio shows…
In as much as the Beatles experienced any kind of movie career beyond "A Hard Days Night" and "Help," the two cheeky vehicles directed by Richard Lester in the mid-'60s, Ringo Starr took the medium a…
Fifty years after helping lead the British invasion in America and transforming pop culture, the most underappreciated Beatle has arguably become the most beloved. Ringo Starr is no longer mobbed by…
“If the afternoon ends and there's still a dry eye in the house then we haven't done our jobs,” Recording Academy prexy Neil Portnow said Saturday during the presentation of lifetime achievement…
Cartoon Network is adding a little sugar, spice and everything nice back to its lineup — for one night, at least. The cabler has slated a new “Powerpuff Girls” special for January, one that will…
Tony Sheridan, the early British rock 'n' roller whose mentorship and recordings with the Beatles would cement his name in rock history, died on Saturday in Hamburg, Germany. He was 72.
"What happens to me for some odd reason is I wake up in the morning or I'll be half-way through a vodka martini, and something will just pop into my head," says Dave Stewart. We're at his Weapons of…
Beatles fans are always scouring the band members' solo albums for interesting credits. On the newest release, "Ringo 2012" (Hip-O/UMe), they will find one they've never seen before: "Produced by…
In an election year, you will repeatedly hear politicians claim that showbiz is a hotbed of lefties.
More than mere rock-doc hagiography, "Material World" reveals how George Harrison struggled to tame his soul, understand life and ready himself for death.