The darkest day on the Beatles’ calendar is, without a doubt, December 8th, 1980, when John Lennon was senselessly wrenched from the world. But November 29th, 2001—the date of George Harrison’s untimely death at age 58—makes for a close … [Continue reading] about Everything Fab Four: Remembering the Beatles’ Dark Horse
After a wildly successful independent theatrical run, Ron Howard’s documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week—The Touring Years comes to DVD. And just in time for the holiday shopping season, no less. The two-disc collector’s edition is a … [Continue reading] about Everything Fab Four: Ron Howard’s “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week—The Touring Years” on Digital Video!
The Beatles are no strangers to artistic interpretation. Even during their heyday, the group members were rendered as fun-loving cartoon characters getting into one playful adventure after another. By the time of their disbandment, the Fab Four’s … [Continue reading] about Everything Fab Four: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Pictorial Splendor of John, Paul, George and Ringo!
There is no darker day on the Beatles’ calendar than Monday, December 8th, 1980. It seemed to begin with a flourish as John Lennon recounted his optimism for the future in what turned out to be his last interview, only to end hours later as … [Continue reading] about Everything Fab Four: Interrogating “The Lennon Report”
On Saturday, October 7, 1967, promoter Sid Bernstein offered the Beatles the unprecedented sum of $1 million to perform in concert. If the band mates had accepted his proposal, the one-time show would have been their first appearance since abandoning … [Continue reading] about 50 Years of Beatles: To “Get Back,” or Not to “Get Back” — That Was the Question