Tag: John Lennon
Why Aren’t You Listening to Ringo Starr’s Country Album from 1970?
The most slept-on Beatles solo album was also one of the first—and likely the most off-the-cuff, too.
The Beatles, “The Beatles (White Album) Super Deluxe Edition”
If not for the fissure amongst the Beatles’ ranks, the lustrous brilliance and weird experimentalism of this collection wouldn’t shine so bright fifty years later.
In Conversation: Rob Sheffield on The Beatles and Our Cultural Refusal to Let It Be
The longtime “Rolling Stone” critic’s new book examines the Fab Four in a new light.
RECAP: Flea and Grammy–winning Producer Detail Hop Aboard the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus (2/13/15)
Local kids got a firsthand look at how to make a music track, from conception to creation
60 Years of the Fender Stratocaster: A History of the Greatest Moments of the Electric Guitar
A look back on some of the defining moments in music history, played on the Stratocaster.
RECAP: The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus Kicks Off New York Residency
Yoko Ono helps to celebrate the bus tour’s residency in New York City