The sale of the iconic red jacket came exactly two years after the King of Pop passed away.
There are so many albums coming out this summer—Bon Iver, Arctic Monkeys, Death Cab for Cutie, Junior Boys, Beirut, Cults, Gillian Welch, Beyoncé—it seems as if something new pops up every day. New music is fun and all, but …
When he wasn’t a musician, writer, artist and visionary thinker, John Lennon wrote lots of letters.
Tuesday’s links match Rebecca Black with The Beatles and South Park with fine art.
Monday’s links bring you people making good music, and people making terrible music.
The former Beatles front-man has written an all-new piece for the New York City Ballet (with very little Help!).
For a man who used to obsess about his relevance after reaching 64 years old, Paul McCartney seems to be doing fine at 68. Yesterday, a full 39 years after his first solo Grammy, Paul McCartney took home the solo rock vocal …
Today marks the 51st anniversary of the death of the remarkable singer and songwriter, Buddy Holly.
In an eerie precursor of the tragedy that was to strike, John Lennon said three days before being gunned down by a deranged fan in New York that his critics were just interested in “dead heroes.”
When told about the achievement, Steve Jobs proudly stated that SuBo’s music has been available on iTunes from day one.
Wednesday’s links are sexy, sugar-addled and shocked.
John & Paul & George & Ringo … & Steve?