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Former Wings band member Denny Laine to perform at Regent Theatre in Arlington

Denny Laine, the original lead vocalist of the Moody Blues, will perform at the Regent Theatre on Friday, Jan. 27 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Wings Over America

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The man who photographed the Beatles, the Stones and The Who

Ethan Russell was with the Rolling Stones — during the infamous 1969 tour that ended in Altamont — when he got the call from Glyn Johns to join The Who

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The spirit of the 60’s was alive in Valpo tonight. The MegaBeatles came together to perform favorites such as “I am the Walrus,” “Twist and Shout,” and “I Feel Fine.”

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Original Beatles drum kit goes on auction for $75k | Daily Mail Online

The Beatles may have claimed all you need is love but fans wanting to own an iconic bit of the band’s kit which has just gone on sale will need

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Money can’t buy you love, Sony… so give Paul McCartney his songs back | Alex Clark | Opinion | The Guardian

There’s gold in them thar hills, though precisely how much varies wildly. I’m talking about old music, by which I

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A Brief History of the Ownership of the Beatles Catalog | Billboard

(Photo by Mary McCartney) This week, Paul McCartney filed a lawsuit in a New York court against publisher Sony/ATV in

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Mike Kellie, Drummer for Spooky Tooth, Dies

Mike Kellie, who was a founder of both Spooky Tooth and the Only Ones and had a lengthy career as

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Steve Smith: McCartney files suit; Seger records tribute to Frey; ‘Buckingham-McVie’ stay on track, and more

By Steve Smith Paul McCartney filed a lawsuit against Sony/ATV Music Publishing seeing to reclaim the song rights many of

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Download Ringo Starr’s Latest Peace Song for Free

Ringo Starr’s song “Now the Time Has Come” was recorded in conjunction with the International Day of Peace and released

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January 20th: America “Meets The Beatles,” Dylan Gets “Tangled Up In Blue”

Two iconic albums came out on January 20th: Meet The Beatles! in 1964 and Bob Dylan’s 1975 masterpiece Blood On The Tracks.For The Beatles, Meet The Beatles! was their second

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