Posts tagged with "BEATLES"

THE FAB FAUX VIDEO PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

VIDEO PREMIERE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musicians: THE FAB FAUX Video: LADY MADONNA Performance at SiriusXM Studios with The Hogshead Horns & The Crème Tangerine Strings Songwriters: Paul McCartney (Lennon-McCartney) THE FAB FAUX PERFORM THE BEATLES’ WHITE ALBUM IN ITS ENTIRETY The Fab Faux (Will Lee, Rich Pagano, Jimmy Vivino, Frank Agnello and Jack Petruzzelli) bring the Beatles’ records to the stage, note-for-note. Introducing... 

Musician: STEPHEN BENNETT

Musician:  STEPHEN BENNETT Video:  “Reverie” Video Produced by TrueFire Stephen Bennett is one of the most prolific and original finger-style guitarists of his generation. He is also a leading exponent of the harp guitar. A challenging teacher, a gifted composer, and a performer of great sensitivity, the Toronto Fingerstyle Guitar Association once referred to him as “the Jedi Master of Fingerstyle Guitar.” Bennett has performed around the... 

Video+Exclusive Interview RONNIE SPECTOR

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  RONNIE SPECTOR Video:  “Be My Baby” Iconic singer and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ronnie Spector solidifies her status as the Rosetta Stone for female rock performers of today. Christmas tour is set to kick-off. Critical respect is at its peak, and Ronnie Spector continues to thrill—inspiring and empowering a new generation of fans as an enduring, transcendent figure, who has... 

THAT BEATLES MAGIC

THAT BEATLES MAGIC According to Jeff Alan Ross It was one of those truly bizarre moments. I’d gone over to the Grand Hyatt Hotel to see if I could get into The Fest for Beatles Fans with the wristband a friend of mine, from my hometown of Madison, Wis., had handed me the night before. I figured they’d change the color the next day, and I was right. I wanted to catch Peter Asher’s wonderful show Peter Asher: A Musical Memoir Of The ’60s and... 

JOHN MCLAUGHLIN

JOHN MCLAUGHLIN  At 70, the guitar virtuoso still revels in his dynamic musical journey By Jeff Tamarkin  John McLaughlin remembers some odd advice he once received from Miles Davis—cryptic words at the time, but later made perfect sense. It was 1969, and the young guitar master was working in the studio with the jazz titan when “Miles made this Zen statement,” recalls McLaughlin. “He told me, ‘Play like you don’t know how to play guitar.’”... 

RINGO STARR

Ringo Starr Y Not [Hip-O Records/UMe] For most of his solo career, Ringo Starr got by with a little help from his friends—the strength or weakness of his albums tended to rise and fall depending on the caliber of guest songwriters and players on hand, most particularly his former Beatles bandmates. His partnership with producer Mark Hudson changed that beginning in the late 1990s, allowing Starr’s star to shine with or without the aid... 
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