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.
New recordings solidify Buddy Holly's lasting legacy on fans and the music industry.
"Elvis has left the building," is now part of today's pop culture lexicon that alludes to the end of an event or concert.
Only one year away from reaching the landmark age sung about in "When I'm 64," Starr looks remarkably trim and energetic. He's still a regular part of concert life, touring with an endlessly…
Only three members of the earlier group remain: guitarists Nils Lofgren and Joe Walsh, and drummer Zak Starkey, Starr's son. The current aggregation is even stronger than the first: Burton Cummings…
A spotty, uneven satire (from the novel by Terry Southern) with a number of good yocks, but insufficient sustained wit or related action. As Peter Sellers & Co swipe at the Establishment, authority…