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Originally posted 05/15/2015 07:15AM
Blues legend B.B. King died on Thursday evening at the age of 89 and celebrities took to Twitter to celebrate the musician's life.
Originally posted 12/16/2014 03:00PM
The punk trio Green Day, poet of the New York underground Lou Reed and "Lean on Me" singer Bill Withers will lead a new class of inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year.
Originally posted 12/07/2014 02:15PM
On Saturday's episode of The Jonathan Ross Show, McCartney told the host that he's thankful the musical legends had reconnected before Lennon was tragically shot to death in 1980 at age 40.
"The story about the break-up, it's true but it's not the main bit, the main bit was the affection," the musician, 72, lovingly recalled days before the Monday anniversary of Lennon's murder outside the famed Dakota apartment building in Manhattan.
Originally posted 10/20/2014 03:00PM
The Beatles drummer gets a new fashion gig
Originally posted 01/28/2014 07:45AM
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Originally posted 01/28/2014 07:45AM
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Originally posted 01/15/2014 08:30AM
The surviving members of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, will both perform at this year's Grammy Awards, where the group will receive the 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
The rock legends – the Beatles broke up in 1970 – are set to join others in this year's Grammy line-up, including Carole King and Sara Bareilles, John Legend, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, as well as Keith Urban, Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves, Rolling Stone reports.
McCartney is also a nominee for several Grammy Awards this year, including Best Rock Song, "Cut Me Some Slack," along with the Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic from Nirvana.
Originally posted 05/31/2013 05:20PM
What did the Fab Four do when they weren't making '60s girls swoon? Sometimes, document their own incredible journey.
Now Ringo Starr has gathered over a hundred of his never-before-seen photos in a new e-book, Photograph (Genesis Publications, available from ringophotograph.com and the iBookstore).
Originally posted 05/29/2013 08:30AM
Little remains unknown about the Beatles – they're one of the world's greatest rock and roll bands and have likely been photographed more times than Bieber and Britney combined.
But now Ringo Starr is unveiling more than 100 never-before-seen images of the Fab Four that he took during their '60s prime.
In a new e-book, Photograph, the Beatles drummer reveals intimate pictures of the group, including black-and-white and color photos of Starr, now 72, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison during their first U.S. tour, their fabled trip to India to meet the Maharishi, and their last days together as a band.
Originally posted 03/02/2013 06:00PM
Capturing the Beatles' casual, off-duty moments never felt like work for Henry Grossman.
"We were friends," says the former photographer for both Life and PEOPLE, now 76. "I almost didn't know them as performers."
His new 500-page photo book, Places I Remember, features nearly 1,000 never-before-seen photos taken at the height of the band's fame, between 1964 and 1968. Why did it take him so long to share?
"I had pictures I didn't know had never been seen," says Grossman.
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