David Bromberg’s fondness for the blues has been a single-minded concern throughout his storied career, one that’s found him working alongside any number of icons, folks like Bob Dylan and George Harrison included. Not surprisingly,Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Taking stock of this year's legislative session Oct. 3, 2016, 1:52 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown finished his business for the legislative session Friday by signing a measure...
Although I was born after the Beatles first set foot in America, that never kept me from being a huge fan of the band. Like most fans, I own the entire Beatles catalog. In fact, over the years I’ve bought it twice — once on cassette tape and a second time on compact disc. But […]
Beautiful names celebrated in song. Elvis Presley, Marie's the Name of His Latest Flame George Harrison and friends, Absolutely Sweet Marie. By the way, this self-certified Dylanologist can attest that in the first line it is 'railroad GAUGE,' not 'railroad...
It's unwise to speak for the dead, but we'd love to think that were John Lennon and George Harrison alive today, they'd be very down with Sremmlife. And if not, well, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi would probably still just keep calm and carry on living their carefree lives. Think ... More »
John Lennon had no idea George Harrison's dentist slipped LSD into his coffee. He was too busy worrying that the weird dude was trying to coerce him into an orgy. The post John Lennon On His First Acid Trip appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In 1965, John Lennon, George Harrison, Cynthia Lennon, and Pattie Boyd were having dinner at a dentist friend's house. The dentist put LSD in their coffee without telling them first. When he revealed what he had done, John was pissed off, and rightly so. Show More Summary
In the spring of 1965, dentist John Riley slipped LSD into after dinner tea for John Lennon, George Harrison, and their wives Cynthia and Patti. John Lennon later recalled the experience in a radio interview, which became the narration for this animation. Show More Summary
A Hard Day’s Night stars the Fab Four of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, capturing Beatlemania as it is happening. There are six new Beatles songs featured in the film, including the title track, along with other Beatles favorites. Show More Summary
There's a fairly long history of lawsuits over songs sounding too "similar" -- from the lawsuit over George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord" sounding too much like "He's So Fine" to the Verve getting sued by The Rolling Stones for the hitShow More Summary
The Library of Congress has announced plans to raise $1.5 million to acquire the David Bromberg collection of US-made violins. Bromberg, a guitarist who once worked by Bob Dylan and George Harrison, developed a hobby on the road of buying pedigree American violins in antique and junk stores. He knew what to buy because he […]
The Harrison family and keepers of the estate swiftly took to twitter after they witnessed Trump exploit the homage to spring for her insidious RNC entrance.
Republican presidental nominee Donald Trump has been making musicians mad for the last year by his using their songs without their permission, including but not limited to Aerosmith, Adele, R.E.M... Continue reading…
When George Harrison wrote the eternally optimistic song "Here Comes the Sun," he probably probably thought people would play it while enjoying a picnic or smoking pot, but not at the spooky RNC. Ivanka Trump took the stage to introduce...Show More Summary
"If it had been 'Beware of Darkness', then we MAY have approved it!"
George Harrison's estate does not approve of Trump's message. Ivanka Trump took the stage at the Republican National Convention to the tune of the Beatles' Abbey Road classic, "Here Comes the Sun," which was penned by Harrison. Harrison's estate then tweeted that the use of the music was "unauthorized," "offensive," and ... More »
Via the Associated Press: [George] Harrison's family tweeted Friday that the use of the song "Here Comes the Sun" during the introduction of candidate Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka was not authorized, and was "offensive and against the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]