Lady Gaga posted a photo with Sir Paul teasing a ‘secret’ project. Not so secret anymore Mother Monster.
The announcement follows persistent rumors McCartney would be the headliner.
They’re going to perform “FourFiveSeconds” together for the first time.
It’s yet another big year for Ringo. He’s hitting the road, and he’s also being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time.
The events were led by relatives of the 17 victims who perished at the hands of gunmen.
Buddy Guy, Flaco Jimenez, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter and Pierre Boulez are also among the award winners.
Paul McCartney showed up on the ‘Daily Show’ to talk about his video game history.
This Week In History: The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road,’ The Eagles’ ‘The Long Run’ & Bon Jovi’s ‘New Jersey’
This week, Big Jay highlights The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road,’ The Eagles’ ‘The Long Run’ & Bon Jovi’s ‘New Jersey!’
Two new apps released earlier this week (Nov. 20) allow you to experience solo classics by two of the Beatles in unique new ways.
More of the CBS-FM Hall Of Fame
Ranking albums by The Beatles is analogous to picking your favorite child; on the surface it appears crazy, but deep down in your gut you know you like one more than the rest.
This week I’m spinning hits from Ray Parker Jr. and Major Harris, but I’m going to focus on “Diamond Girl” from Seals and Crofts.
Youtuber ghettofunk13 decided to try and new method for his vinyl record maintenance and you won’t believe what it is.
From the vinyl to the labels, it’s fun to share the songs they way we first heard them at home and on the radio. Every week, I’m going to share a few I’m playing for the day.
Back in 1970, co-creator Casey Kasem debuted the American Top 40 syndicated radio program on July 4th. Proving to be a huge success, it defined Kasem’s career and delivered his distinctive voice across the country. For many, the program was the only way to find out the latest and greatest hits and stay in the know. We found some interesting facts about American Top 40 over the years: