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Grown men were screaming "I love you!" and people were even hugging the security staff when the show was over.
It seems that he will be performing at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts this afternoon, judging by the breathless tweets of teens.
If you weren't sure what to listen to while clicking through that slideshow of Mike D's sweet Brooklyn brownstone (all day, endlessly, forever, while crying)... a new Beastles mash-up album has dropped just in time.
"At an event this cool," Paul McCartney said early on during his 38-song set at Barclays Center last night, "I just want to take a moment to myself to drink it all in."
Today marks the 46th anniversary of The Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper's," which means it's also yet another golden opportunity to remind you that the NY Times hated it from the start.
For the next few weeks, we'll take a closer look at some of Rowland Scherman's incredible photos and the stories behind them. This week: Rowland runs into John Lennon randomly in 1975.
For the next few weeks, we'll take a closer look at some of Rowland Scherman's incredible photos and the stories behind them. This week: The Beatles on their first U.S. tour in 1964.
Twitter really got on board this whole Nirvana/Paul McCartney teamup thing. Below, check out our favorite #NirvanaBeatlesSongs (as well as a few Beatles/Nirvana mashups).
Today marks the 32nd anniversary of the assassination of John Lennon. Click through to check out some of our favorite videos, clips and weird Lennon ephemera.
This week marked 38 years since John Lennon performed at his last concert, but that wasn't actually his last live performance, which came at the "Salute To Sir Lew Grade" in 1975. Watch it below.
Below, check out an amazing quality clip from a long lost Rolling Stones documentary, in which they goof around playing the Beatles' "I've Just Seen A Face" and "Eight Days A Week."
Oh sure, nothing could possibly top "Wonderful Christmas Time," but these rare fan club-only Beatles Christmas singles from between '63-'69 are a fun, little-paid attention to corner of their discography.
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