Flashback 8/12/20

Wednesday, August 12th, marks the anniversary of several landmark events in Beatles history. . . 60 YEARS AGO TODAY – ON AUGUST 12th, 1960: Drummer Pete Best auditioned for the Beatles in his mother’s Liverpool nightclub called the Casbah. Best was asked to join the group, which then included original bassist Stuart Sutcliffe, to begin a two-month residency in…


Elvis 8/11/20

Set for release on November 20th is From Elvis In Nashville, the four-CD/digital collection presenting the definitive chronicle of Elvis Presley‘s legendary 1970 marathon sessions with the “Nashville Cats.” The new collection features 40 undubbed, newly mixed classic recordings, and two discs of rare and unreleased outtakes. Highlights on From Elvis In Nashville include: “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Faded Love,”…


Jeff Lynne 8/10/20

ELO‘s Jeff Lynne recalled the first time he laid eyes on the Beatles in a recording studio, during the sessions for the band’s 1968 “White Album.” While talking to The Sun, Lynne, who was recording at Abbey Road with his early band, the Idle Race, said he was able to watch his heroes up close and personal on October 10th, 1968.…