The original demo of “It’s For You” has been found and features the only-known version of Paul McCartney on vocals.
It’s a companion piece to the upcoming Ron Howard-directed documentary film, “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years.”
It was a lock originally cut in 1983.
Billy Joel’s brief set featured “You May Be Right” and covers of songs by the Rolling Stones, the Beatles (via Joe Cocker) and Led Zeppelin.
The new set of dates starts on October 3rd in Cedar Rapids, IA.
On the 30th anniversary of Top Gun’s release this week, Kenny Loggins speaks with Brigitte Quinn about the formation of Yacht rock.
This year, the Beatles, the Stone, the Who and Pink Floyd are represented, plus they have Dylan (and Neil Young). Here’s what they should do next year.
A Kansas City man claims to be the late musician’s heir.
“I’m more amused than I’ve ever dreamed a person could be and look forward very much to how hilarious it will be watching him trying to prove me wrong.”
The suit characterizes O’Connor as a “desperate attention seeker” whose “defamatory lies” could do irreparable harm to Hall’s reputation.