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Jack Bruce, Ann Wilson Featured on Beatles Tribute Album ‘Keep Calm and Salute 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.


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Eight John Lennon LPs Getting Reissued in New Box Set

All eight Lennon solo albums will be collected in the set and feature original inserts, including posters and postcards.


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Hear Kurt Cobain’s Previously Unreleased Cover of The Beatles’ ‘And I Love Her’

Kurt Cobain’s previously unreleased cover of The Beatles’ “And I Love Her” appears in the new documentary Montage Of Heck.


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[PHOTOS] 2015 Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

See photos from this year’s induction ceremony featuring Joan Jett, Ringo Starr, Green Day & more!


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5 Starr Classics: Ringo’s Essential Albums

Five of the strongest selections in this lengthy period of his discography, many of which included performances and songwriting credits from your purportedly favorites.


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Google’s Interactive Abbey Road Studios Tour Allows You To Explore Like Never Before

Titled Google Presents: Inside Abbey Road, the guided tour is filled with clickable areas loaded with interesting and informative facts.


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Top Tweets from the #BeatlesCookbook Hashtag

Winner: “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Havarati!”


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Cynthia Lennon, John Lennon’s First Wife, Dead at 75

She was 75 and died after a short battle with cancer.


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Always A Gentleman, Ringo Starr Gave Three Days Notice Before Leaving Rory Storm For The Beatles

After several temporary gigs with John, Paul, and George, Epstein asked Starr to join the band permanently. And immediately.


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This Week in History: The Beatles Take Over the Charts, Johnny Taylor’s ‘Disco Lady’ + Styx’s ‘Paradise Theatre

This week, Big Jay highlights that time in 1964 when The Beatles were ALL over the Billboard charts, plus Johnny Taylor’s “Disco Lady,” and Styx’s album Paradise Theatre.