#FreshenUpTour November 30th: Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena  “I first toured in Copenhagen with The Beatles, then later with Wings and then again as a solo artist but my last concert there was unbelievably 15 years ago. We’ve been back to Denmark several times since and we’ve always had such fun experiences. We’ve freshened up   Read More …

Mamma Mia, here they go again! That’s right. ABBA, one of the most beloved and best-selling pop groups of all time, are back. The group – formed by Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid in Stockholm, Sweden, almost half a century ago – have not put out any new music for 35 years. However, that is   Read More …

The newest single from the forthcoming record is now available on all digital/streaming platforms. Egypt Station’s estimated time of arrival is September 7, 2018 by way of Capitol Records. Sharing a title with one of Paul’s own paintings, Egypt Station is the first full album of all-new McCartney music since 2013’s international chart-topping NEW. Preceded by two of its   Read More …

It’s no surprise that the best guitar songs come from the “oldies” era. Classics such as Guns ‘n Roses and Pink Floyd charted the tops then and continue to be popular today. These guitar songs have transcended time and have been passed on to generation after generation, and we can see why. Check out the   Read More …

In their own way, hobbies are pretty magical.  For many people, they are a key way of explaining their personality, preferences, and tastes.  For others, they can be a useful way to get together regularly with friends, indulging in a mutually-loved pastime.  However, one thing is true for all – hobbies are an excellent way   Read More …

Candy Leonard is a sociologist, Beatles scholar and author of Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World. She has spent years studying the effects of popular culture on human development, gender relations and family life, and is a qualitative research consultant to the healthcare and entertainment industries, with a focus on boomer issues. The   Read More …

In his heyday, the late 1950s and then the glittering 1960s, no one could beat Dean Martin. He was a film star, had a hit television show, had been crowned the king of nightclubs, and formed one half of the history of show business’ most popular comedy duo. His friends were the likes of Frank   Read More …

Threatening leaflets. Shows getting cancelled. 1965 was a dark year for Johnny Cash, and one which saw the embattled star of country music facing a possible boycott in some areas of the Jim Crow South. And it wasn’t because he had recently been busted smuggling drugs, but because he appeared at the courthouse with a   Read More …

The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Janis Joplin is best remembered as a rebel with a porsche festooned with psychedelic butterflies and an off-the-wall sense of fashion. Along with her incredible voice, of course. Here are some less-known facts about Janis Joplin. The next time you’re hunting up the most competitive odds for the sports   Read More …

On this bleak day in 1950, three rising US Rock ‘n’ Roll stars were killed. Buddy Holly, J.P. The Big Bopper Richardson, and Ritchie Valens all died when a Beechcraft Bonanza plane they had chartered crashed in Iowa. The tragedy took place mere minutes after the plane took off in Mason City, taking the musicians   Read More …

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