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The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ Documentary Headed To Disney+

The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ Documentary Headed To Disney+

Disney+ announced that “Let It Be,” director Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s original 1970 film about The Beatles, will launch exclusively on the streaming service on May 8, 2024. This will be the first time the film is available in over 50 years. Let It Be was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and was restored by Peter Jackson, who…MORE

Paul McCartney, John Lennon’s Sons Share New Song ‘Primrose Hill’

Paul McCartney, John Lennon’s Sons Share New Song ‘Primrose Hill’

John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s son Sean Ono Lennon, and Paul McCartney’s son James McCartney, recently released a new song, “Primrose Hill.” Sean and James co-wrote “Primrose Hill,” which marks the first collaboration from the duo. “Today I am so very excited to share my latest song co-written by my good friend [Sean Ono Lennon],”…MORE

Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson Duets With Late Glen Campbell On ‘Strong’

Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson Duets With Late Glen Campbell On ‘Strong’

The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson teamed up with the late Glen Campbell for a posthumous duet of Campbell’s song, “Strong.” “Strong (with Brian Wilson)” marks the latest entry in the upcoming duet collection Glen Campbell Duets – Ghost on the Canvas Sessions, which arrives on April 19th. “Strong,” which originally appeared on Campbell’s 2011 “farewell”…MORE

Library Of Congress Reveals Latest National Recording Registry Inductees

Library Of Congress Reveals Latest National Recording Registry Inductees

The Library of Congress has revealed the latest National Recording Registry inductees. ABBA’s “Dancing Queen,” Blondie’s era-defining Parallel Lines, The Notorious B.I.G.’s landmark Ready to Die, Green Day’s Dookie, The Chicks’ “Wide Open Spaces” and Lily Tomlin’s comedy are among the inductees. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden named 25 recordings as audio treasures worthy of…MORE

Allman Brothers Co-Founder Dicky Betts Dead At 80

Allman Brothers Co-Founder Dicky Betts Dead At 80

Dicky Betts, a co-founder the Allman Brothers Band, died Thursday in Osprey, Florida, at the age of 80. In an Instagram post, the Betts family wrote, “It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that the Betts family announce the peaceful passing of Forrest Richard ‘Dickey’ Betts (December 12, 1943 – April 18, 2024) at…MORE

David Lee Roth Shares New Song ‘Scotch And Sofa’

David Lee Roth Shares New Song ‘Scotch And Sofa’

Former Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth recently released a new song, called “Scotch And Sofa.” The legendary rocker had released three teaser clips of the track before releasing the entire song with vocals. Roth has released nearly 20 tracks over the past two years, stemming from two separate recording sessions from 2007 and 2022.…MORE

John Oates Says He’s ‘Moved On’ From Hall & Oates

John Oates Says He’s ‘Moved On’ From Hall & Oates

John Oates has revealed that after months of litigation with Daryl Hall, he is moving on from the band with which he has been a part for half-a-century. Hall & Oates was an American pop rock duo formed in Philadelphia in 1970. Daryl Hall was generally the lead vocalist; John Oates primarily played the electric…MORE

CBS Apologizes After Billy Joel Concert Abruptly Cut Off, To Rebroadcast Special

CBS Apologizes After Billy Joel Concert Abruptly Cut Off, To Rebroadcast Special

CBS has apologized after Billy Joel’s 100th consecutive performance at Madison Square Garden was abruptly cut off for some viewers on Sunday. Joel was halfway through playing “Piano Man” when local news began airing in some parts of the country. “A network programming timing error ended last night’s Billy Joel special approximately two minutes early…MORE

Ringo Starr Shares New Single ‘February Sky’

Ringo Starr Shares New Single ‘February Sky’

Beatles legend Ringo Starr recently released a new single, “February Sky,” from his upcoming solo EP, Crooked Boy. Crooked Boy is due out on limited-edition marble vinyl on April 20 for Record Store Day. A visual shared along with the song features some never-before-seen clips from Ringo’s archives. The video has scenes of stormy skies,…MORE