This week, Big Jay highlights Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bookends,” The Brothers Johnson and their hit “I’ll Be Good To You,” and Paul McCartney’s album “Tug Of War.”
Paul McCartney was almost there for you. Almost.
The pair dueted on “I Saw Her Standing There.”
Even former Beatles feel insecure sometimes.
We all remember the British Invasion, but for one week in 1965 it almost became a full-scale occupation of the U.S.
A scientific study by the University of London and Imperial College says hip-hop made a larger impact on music than The Beatles.
The Beatles will be the subject of a new tribute album which features covers by Jack Bruce, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Todd Rundgren, KC of KC and the Sunshine Band and many more.
All eight Lennon solo albums will be collected in the set and feature original inserts, including posters and postcards.
Kurt Cobain’s previously unreleased cover of The Beatles’ “And I Love Her” appears in the new documentary Montage Of Heck.
See photos from this year’s induction ceremony featuring Joan Jett, Ringo Starr, Green Day & more!