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David Lee Roth explains jazz using The Beatles.

The Van Halen frontman was asked by Joe Rogan to explain jazz:“…We will do it in the old Beatles style, here is the best way to go for somebody that’s interested [in Jazz]. The old Lennon note and McCartney note. The McCartney note is always kinda happy... There’s a darkness among those last three notes. That’s where you get a little bit of pepper in the chocolate, ya know. It’s a little wistful, a little melancholy and when you put them together it doesn’t sound like they do but if I could I wo...
Tags: Law, John Lennon, Happiness, Metaphor, Paul Mccartney, Jazz, Thelonious Monk, John, Beatles, Mccartney, Lennon, Leonard Cohen, Van Halen, Bowie, PAUL, Cohen


LeRoy Bennett Keeps Top Acts Like Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande in the Spotlight

You might say that LeRoy Bennett is a shining light among lighting and production designers for pop music. Doing double duty creating both touring sets and their illumination, he started out with a 14-year run as Prince’s collaborator, went on to work with Nine Inch Nails and Madonna and has counted Beyoncé’s and Bruno Mars’ […]
Tags: Beyonce, News, Artisans, Production, Ariana Grande, Paul Mccartney, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Lady Gaga Ariana Grande, LeRoy Bennett


The Band Everyone Thought Was The Beatles: Revisit the Klaatu Conspiracy of 1976

In 1976, hundreds of diehard Beatles fans became convinced that the mysterious album 3:47 EST by the band Klaatu was actually a new release from The Beatles in disguise, after a DJ in Providence, Rhode Island played one of its songs on the radio. Shortly afterward, Steve Smith discovered the album at the newspaper he worked for, Rhode Island’s The Providence Journal, listened to it, and became immediately intrigued. The album contained no photographs, no identifying information at all, a...
Tags: Google, Music, California, College, Toronto, Paul Mccartney, Smith, Steve Smith, Rhode Island, Ringo Starr, Beatles, Starr, Mccartney, Lennon, Cbc, Facebook Twitter


I'm just glad it's Meatless Mondays, because meatless Fridays would seem religious.

NYC Mayor de Blasio Rolls Out ‘Meatless Mondays’ In Public Schools To Combat ‘Global Warming’ pic.twitter.com/yBQYkbea4A — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 11, 2019 "And they believe in Meatless Mondays...."I mean, it still does sound like religion, just steering clear of intersection with traditional Christian religion.Anyway, I see that "Meatless Monday" has a substantial Wikipedia page. It suggests that Monday is the best meatless day because it's the day you get back to work after the ind...
Tags: Law, Wikipedia, Language, Paul Mccartney, Bill De Blasio, De Blasio, Vegetarian, PAUL, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Ann Althouse, Religion Substitutes


In Medicare retirement-age debate, remember who really keeps our country going

In his column “The West’s rejection of aging,” Hugh Hewitt cites examples of well-known people who have or are working well beyond retirement age — President Donald Trump (of course), former vice president Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney, to name […]
Tags: News, Opinion, Joe Biden, Paul Mccartney, Donald Trump, Hugh Hewitt, Letters to the Editor, Northwest Voices, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Elton John


Introducing The New Neutrals: Ivory And Black Matboard + EVA Foam

The Latest Additions To The USA Catalog Harmonize Form And Function “Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony.” While the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder duet was talking about the piano keyboard and race relations, our choice of materials to debut this month in the USA catalog isn’t quite that deep. We just like the simplicity of an achromatic color palette. These neutral colors are universal, classic, strong and powerful—all attributes that help create successful products. The post In...
Tags: Usa, Design, Stevie Wonder, Paul Mccartney, Laser Cutting Materials, Product & Design Ideas


How Harry Nilsson Made the Beatles’ Catalog Into His Own Russian Doll, Creating Rock’s First Great Mashup

While attention has doubled back onto the late singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson thanks to the integral use of his 1971 tune “Gotta Get Up” into the Netflix hit “Russian Doll,” his knack for getting inside your head and his music has captured the zeitgeist over a period of more than a half-century. In 1967, he created […]
Tags: News, The Beatles, Paul Mccartney, Harry Nilsson


Marc Maron on Interviewing Musicians and Releasing a ‘WTF’ Song Sampler for Record Store Day

What the folk? Marc Maron, podcast king, has taken on a new role: record curator. For Record Store Day on April 13, he’s putting out “In The Garage: Live Music from WTF with Marc Maron — Vol. 1,” a limited edition LP that includes performances by Jason Isbell, Aimee Mann, Nick Lowe, Margo Price, Eels, […]
Tags: News, Paul Mccartney, Record Store Day, Jason Isbell, Marc Maron, Aimee Mann, Jason Isbell Aimee Mann Nick Lowe Margo Price Eels


Old guys generally shouldn't be singing about how attracted they are to girls who are just 17...

... but this is okay:That took place in 2017, when Paul was 74 and Little Steven was 66. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Paul Mccartney, Beatles, Steven, PAUL, Ann Althouse, Little Steven


Mandy Moore Speaks Out After Accusing Ex-Husband Ryan Adams of Abuse

Mandy Moore knows she did the right thing when coming forward with claims of abuse against her ex-husband, Ryan Adams, though it may not have been an easy decision. Celebs Fight Back on Social Media “Speaking your truth can be painful and triggering but it’s always worth it,” the This Is Us star, 34, captioned a photo of herself on Instagram on Thursday, February 14. “My heart is with all women who have suffered any sort of trauma or abuse. You are seen and heard. #sisterhoodforever”...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, Social Media, New York Times, Paul Mccartney, Times, Skype, Mandy Moore, Ryan Adams, US Weekly, Ava, Phoebe Bridgers, Adams, Moore, Whiskeytown, Los Angeles Convention Center


New Wave: Turning Rebellion into Money

None "Don't Call it Punk." -- Seymour Stein, President of Sire Records, 1977. Few today would use the expression "New Wave" to describe early '70s proto-punk bands like the Stooges and the New York Dolls, but it was for them that the term was initially applied in the music papers. Later, when media outlets began covering the CBGB bands, the label lingered, often used interchangeably with "punk". Soon the British media were also oscillating between the two tags in describing their home-grown...
Tags: Feature, The Clash, Music, UK, US, Mtv, Punk, David Bowie, Paul Mccartney, Elvis Costello, Sex Pistols, Music History, Duran Duran, Paul Weller, University Of Michigan, Cbgb


Ryan Adams Admits Hes Not a Perfect Man Amid Abuse Claims: I Apologize

Ryan Adams isn’t hiding from the difficult position that he’s in. Hours after the New York Times posted an exposé which saw seven women — including his ex-wife, Mandy Moore — come forward with their claims of emotional abuse and/or sexual misconduct against the record producer, he is speaking out. Hollywood Sexual Misconduct Scandals “I am not a perfect man and I have made many mistakes. To anyone I have ever hurt, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply and unreservedly,” the fo...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, New York Times, Paul Mccartney, Times, Skype, Mandy Moore, Ryan Adams, US Weekly, Ava, Capitol Records, Adams, Moore, Los Angeles California, Whiskeytown, Los Angeles Convention Center


Mandy Moore Accuses Ex-Husband Ryan Adams of Being Psychologically Abusive

Mandy Moore is speaking out against her ex-husband, Ryan Adams. In a new exposé published in the New York Times, seven women — including the This Is Us star — have come forward with stories accusing the music producer of emotional abuse and/or sexual misconduct. Hollywood Sexual Misconduct Scandals “Music was a point of control for him,” Moore, 34, told the Times in the article published on Wednesday, February 13. The “Candy” songstress met Adams, 44, when she was at a pivotal point ...
Tags: Religion, New York Times, Paul Mccartney, Times, Mandy Moore, Ryan Adams, US Weekly, Phoebe Bridgers, Melvins, Adams, Moore, Los Angeles California, West Hollywood California, Whiskeytown, Los Angeles Convention Center, Kevin Mazur


Will the pope go vegan for Lent?

Pope Francis is known for his simplicity, favoring what’s been called “papal athleisure” over the fine silks worn by his predecessors, and urging Christians to forego greed. He doesn’t want to be a millionaire. But will he turn down the chance to donate a million dollars to the charity of his choice? That’s what a group of celebrity vegans, led by 12-year-old Genesis Butler, are offering if Pope Francis goes vegan for Lent. The group Million Dollar Vegan launched earlier this month by sending a...
Tags: Design, Beyonce, Pope Francis, Paul Mccartney, Catholic, Woody Harrelson, Francis, Butler, Glover, Laudato, Genesis Butler, Million Dollar Vegan, Matthew Glover, Jane Land


You Can Feel the Venue's Heartbeat on Every Page of 'Showtime at the Apollo'

None When, where, and how do we best measure the national pulse of an "American" music? What is it about a place, a stage, a literal and figurative platform for the American dream of musical success that brings people back to perform, to watch, to believe in the potential of making a permanent connection? Our food, our language, and so much of who we are as a functioning society has been expressed through the pulse of our immigrant sensibility. We have plucked banjos and bowed fiddles at the Ry...
Tags: Feature, Music, Bruce Springsteen, Aretha Franklin, New York City, America, Barack Obama, James Brown, Fox, New Jersey, Showtime, Broadway, Paul Mccartney, Manhattan, Philadelphia, Music History


‘Crashing’ Creator and Star Pete Holmes Discusses Last Night’s Timely Episode, “MC, Middle, and Headliner” [Interview]

Pete Holmes is more successful in season 3 of Crashing, but not much happier. The generally happy-go-lucky comedian is playing for churches and getting laughs, but he’s not performing like himself, worsening his struggle to find his voice or sense of self in the comedy world. Holmes – the character – hits some professional and personal lows this season. While the Judd Apatow-produced series often shows the joy and camaraderie in Holmes’ standup career, it’s usually about failure and not always ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Interviews, Time, Elizabeth Warren, Features, Paul Mccartney, Bill, Sam, Judd-Apatow, Jason, Ali, Alley, Rodney, Holmes


Campaigners to Pope: $1m to charity if you go vegan for Lent

A 12-year-old animal rights and climate campaigner made an offer Wednesday Pope Francis may find hard to refuse: eat vegan during Lent and a million dollars will go to a charity of the Pontiff's choice. "Your Holiness, we must act," Genesis Butler, already a veteran activist when she gave her first TedX talk at the age of 10, said in an open letter supported by former Beatle Paul McCartney, film legend Brigitte Bardot, and dozens of minor celebrities.
Tags: Science, Pope Francis, Paul Mccartney, Pope, Brigitte Bardot, Genesis Butler


The Number Ones: Paul & Linda McCartney’s “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”

In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »
Tags: Music, Paul Mccartney, PAUL, Linda McCartney, The Number Ones


Paul McCartney and Ed Sheeran Argetine concerts be powered by biodiesel

In Argentina, local press reports that Paul McCartney and Ed Sheeran have demanded their upcoming concerts be powered by biodiesel. The biodiesel will be produced from UCO and the government of Santa Fe has even set up a contest to encourage people to donate their used cooking oil in exchange for tickets to the concerts to be held later in February and March. The program is marketed using the #BioenergizáTuMúsica (#BioenergizeYourMusic) hashtag. Roger Waters was the first concert to be powered b...
Tags: Ed Sheeran, Paul Mccartney, Argentina, Producer News, Santa Fe, UCO, Roger Waters, Ed Sheeran Argetine


Sir Paul McCartney adds gold Blue Peter badge to awards haul

The former Beatle says he will wear his badge "with great pride".
Tags: News, Paul Mccartney, Blue Peter


Robert Ellis Explores Romantic Longing in "When You're Away" (premiere + interview)

Texas Piano Man, the latest release from Lone Star State singer-songwriter Robert Ellis, arrives February 14 via New West Records. For this effort, Ellis decided to set aside his primary instrument, the guitar, and create the material on the piano. The result is an album that covers a broad range of topics, from the humorous ("Nobody Smokes Anymore", "Passive Aggressive") and the heartbreaking, ("Father", "Aren't We Supposed to Be in Love") to those, such as the latest single, "When You're A...
Tags: Music, Texas, Interview, Boston, Atlanta, Rock, Pop, Washington Dc, Paul Mccartney, Dallas, Nashville, Philadelphia, Americana, Premiere, Rufus Wainwright, Folk


Coachella history: See photos of all the festival’s headliners from the first 10 years

Just months after the disaster of Woodstock ’99, a brand-new festival launched. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival started in October 1999 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. And it lost money. But it paved the way for the rise of the mega festival in the United States. This year, Coachella will celebrate its 20th year with twin weekends April 12-14 and April 17-19, with headliners Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande. More Coachella photos See photos from the festival’s...
Tags: Beyonce, California, Jay Z, Beck, Sport, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Chris Martin, Paul Mccartney, Kendrick Lamar, Liam Gallagher, Music Festivals, Noel Gallagher


Peter Jackson to Direct The Beatles Documentary Focusing on the Recording of ‘Let It Be’

Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles‘ final live performance together on the roof of the band’s headquarters at Apple Corps at 3 Savile Row in London. So it’s only appropriate that today also brings news that The Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson is working on a new documentary about The Beatles. There have been plenty of documentaries about the British rock sensation known as The Fab Four, with Ron Howard most recently tackling the historic band in a documentary called Eight ...
Tags: London, Movies, Documentary, John Lennon, George Harrison, The Beatles, Paul Mccartney, John, Peter-Jackson, Ringo Starr, Beatles, Ringo, Ron Howard, George, PAUL, Olivia Harrison


Peter Jackson To Direct Documentary On The Beatles Recording 'Let It Be'

With cooperation from Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison, Jackson will mine 55 hours of unreleased footage of the band in-studio.(Image credit: Courtesy of the artist)
Tags: News, Paul Mccartney, Peter Jackson, Ringo Starr Yoko Ono Lennon, Olivia Harrison Jackson


Peter Jackson Signs On to Make New Beatles Film Out of Unseen ‘Let It Be’ Footage

Sir Peter, meet Sir Paul, and Mother Mary. “Lord of the Rings” filmmaker Peter Jackson has come aboard a project that Paul McCartney had previously hinted was in the works: a new Beatles documentary using the 55 hours of in-studio footage that were shot in early 1969 for the 1970 feature film “Let It Be.” […]
Tags: News, The Beatles, Paul Mccartney, Peter Jackson, Peter, PAUL, Mother Mary, Let It Be


Is Printing, Selling Physical CDs Still Worth It?

While there is a lot of nostalgia surrounding the CDs and CD buying culture, the manufacturing costs and associated complexities of creating them leave a lot of more contemporary artists wondering if, in the digital age, CDs are really worth it at all. _______________________________ Guest post by Brad Pack of Soundfly's Flypaper When was the last time you bought a CD? Many of us have fond memories of growing up with CDs. I can remember rushing to the local record shop after schoo...
Tags: Spotify, Music, London, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Marketing, Guest Post, Paul Mccartney, Nielsen, Justin Timberlake, Boomers, Music Business, Kenny Chesney, Dan Baker, Tay Tay, Ari Herstand


The biggest comebacks in music history, from KISS to Paul McCartney and more

Success can be fleeting for popular musicians, but sometimes they can make a comeback. Find out which artists made their way back to the spotlight.            [Author: 24/7 Wall Street]
Tags: News, Paul Mccartney, 24/7 Wall Street


Visualizing the Bass Playing Style of Motown’s Iconic Bassist James Jamerson: “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “For Once in My Life” & More

As part of Motown’s Funk Brothers house band, James Jamerson was the bubbling bass player behind hundreds of hit records from Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas, and plenty more. His licks duck and dive and weave like Ali but never get in the way of the melody or the rest of the band. Paul McCartney was an early fan, but for the general public, Jamerson was not a household name for decades--Motown never listed the Wrecking Crew in its credits--until much l...
Tags: Google, Music, Youtube, College, Paul Mccartney, Marvin Gaye, Mccartney, Ali, Scott, Facebook Twitter, Motown, KCRW, Vandellas, Ted Mills, Jamerson, James Jamerson


A Virtual Tour of Every Place Referenced in The Beatles’ Lyrics: In 12 Minutes, Travel 25,000 Miles Across England, France, Russia, India & the US

Ach, the wonders and the blunders of the Internet. The wonder: Vanity Fair--lovely magazine, a bit too many stories about the royals and billionaires though--has the budget and the wherewithal to commission this video. It’s a 12 minute ride around the world using Google Maps, touching down to show locations mentioned in the Beatles lyrics, from Liverpool to the Black Mountain Hills of Dakota to Moscow, where the balalaikas are always ringing out. The blunder: it’s laced with inaccuracies...
Tags: Google, Music, London, Youtube, College, France, Scotland, India, John Lennon, US, George Harrison, America, Liverpool, Southampton, Paul Mccartney, Moscow


REVIEW: Carl’s Jr. Beyond Famous Star

I realize it may not look like much, but the Carl’s Jr. Beyond Famous Star is probably the fast food burger of the year. Yes, it may be only January, but God bless Carl’s Jr. for unleashing this wonderfully unknowing beef-substitute on their many meat-weary fans and, even more so, those just looking for something not only a bit healthier, but deliciously different in the new year. Beyond Meat has been making a bit of a wave lately in fast food, making different partnerships with places like Del...
Tags: Reviews, Shopping, Fast Food, Paul Mccartney, God, Peta, Coke, Carl, Jr, Del Taco, Carl's Jr, Jr Beyond Famous Star