This Week In History: The Beatles, Ray Stevens, James Brown, Keith Richards, + Lance BassThis week let's all settle back for a week of historic FIRSTs; one of the BIGGEST fads of the '70s; the Godfather of Soul forget's the word "stop"; Keith Richards reached for the wrong book; and *NSYNC's Lance Bass wants to REALLY get out there!
Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, More Tease October FestivalStones or Beatles? Come October, fans won’t have to choose.
Paul McCartney Meets Women Who Inspired 'Blackbird'The women were members of the Little Rock Nine, a group of nine black students who, enrolled in an all-white high school in Arkansas during the height of the civil rights movement.
This Week In History: Harrison, Springsteen, Jackson, Lennon, and HillWe're back at you with another week in music history as we look back on how George Harrison helped the Rolling Stones; 'The Boss' passed an audition; and Lauryn Hill got the slammer -- PLUS more!
Stones, Beatles Pay Tributes to PrinceMembers of the Rolling Stones and The Beatles led the fray to express their love and pain at the loss of the music icon.
Elton John Tops 'Giving List' for Charitable ContributionsThis year, Elton John topped the chart with an estimated $38 million in donations, primarily to his own AIDS foundation.
Paul McCartney Extends 2016 One-on-One TourPaul McCartney fans are in luck as the legend has extended his 2016 One on One Tour.
This Week In History: The Beatles, The Stones, The Ramones, Carole King, Chic, & EamonThe Beatles meet The Stones for the first time; we get punked with the Ramones; everything wasn’t that all "Beautiful" for Carole King; and we lose one of R&B’s biggest producers. Oh and by the way... HOW MANY times can you curse in one song?!
Paul McCartney Performs 'A Hard Day’s Night' Solo For First Time EverFor the first time ever last night, Paul McCartney played 'A Hard Day’s Night' solo to the delight of a surprised crowd in Fresno, California's Save Mart Center.
Ringo Starr Cancels North Carolina ConcertStarr is the latest artist to cancel a concert due to the state's controversial "Religious Liberty" law.
This Week In History: The Supremes, The Beatles, USA For Africa, Laura Nyro, & Don McLeanJoe Causi back at you with another look back on one amazing week in music history. From some early Motown magic, to The Beatles breakup, to the biggest worldwide moment in radio history... Get ready for an amazing look back in music!
This Week In History: John & Yoko, Deliverance, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, & Sgt PepperThis week we take a look back at John & Yoko's 'bed-in', Eric Clapton's tragedy in NYC, the birth of Bon Jovi (the band, not the man) + more!