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The Day Prince's Guitar Wept the Loudest

Finn Cohen, New York Times: On March 15, 2004, George Harrison was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As part of the ceremony, an all-star band performed "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," Harrison's best-known Beatles song. Show More Summary

Tom Petty Reminisces About Prince’s Newly Viral Rock Hall Guitar Solo

In the hours after we learned of Prince’s death last week, one video seemed to go more viral than any others: Prince, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, and Steve Winwood paying tribute to George Harrison at the 2004 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony. During their performance together, Prince ended what was otherwise a […]

The Day Prince’s Guitar Wept the Loudest

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Musicians recall the night in March 2004 when Prince, Tom Petty and others performed at the induction of George Harrison into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Layla in Real Life: 10 Songs Written About Pattie Boyd

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

The ex-wife of both George Harrison and Eric Clapton made music history by asking two questions: "Prisoners?' and "Do I look alright?"

Adam Sandler -- Sings George Harrison Classic for Garry Shandling Memorial (VIDEO)

Adam Sandler surprised some huge comedians with an emotional performance at Garry Shandling's memorial service. Sandler hit the stage to sing George Harrison's "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" during Sunday's event in L.A.... which was…

Great Job, Internet!: 38 years ago today, Ringo Starr went to primetime variety special hell

It must have been weird being an ex-Beatle in 1978, adrift in a world of disco music. Eight years after Let It Be, Paul McCartney and George Harrison were still scoring hits, while John Lennon was in a self-imposed showbiz exile. Meanwhile, Ringo Starr had hit a wall. Show More Summary

Hall of Fame honors Prince, Jackson Browne and George Harrison

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Prince, Jackson Browne and George Harrison are among 2004 inductees in an unusually lively ceremony.

Watch Prince's Incredible 'My Guitar Gently Weeps' Solo

Prince's breathtaking guitar solo at the end of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" could be the single greatest musical moment at any Rock Hall induction ceremony in its history. It almost didn't happen: George Harrison's widow, Olivia, wanted the performance of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" to be limited to...

2004 Video Shows Prince's Guitar Brilliance

One of the videos in wide circulation in the wake of Prince's death is his 2004 performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as he Tom Petty, and others paid tribute to George Harrison with "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." A video via Digg highlights Prince's performance and...

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Report: Americans Will Dole Out More On Taxes Than Clothing, Housing, And Food Combined

There’s that lyric from the late George Harrison, “Let me tell you how it will be … there's one for you, nineteen for me… Should five percent...

Joshua like Bruno & Foreman - Harrison

4 weeks agoSports / Boxing : BBC Boxing

Audley Harrison says Anthony Joshua has the "brutish strength" of former world heavyweight champions George Foreman and Frank Bruno.

Certain Songs #492: George Harrison – “What is Life”

Album: All Things Must Pass Year: 1970 A childhood memory, probably from when I was 11 years old: it’s before dawn, and we are driving from Fresno up to a soccer tournament in the Bay Area. We’re somewhere deep in the fields of the San...Show More Summary

Rare and Interesting Behind-the-Scenes Photos from the Making of The Beatles’ Film "Help!" in 1965

Amazing shots of The Beatles larking around on the beach in the Bahamas and high in the Alps during production of their madcap fantasy Help!. In the Bahamas Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison in the Bahamas for the filming of The Beatles’ second film, Help!, released in UK cinemas on 29 July 1965. The Beatles on the beach. Show More Summary

George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison

In the fall of 2014, an expansive group of artists – from Brian Wilson to Butch Walker – got together for two concerts in Los Angeles honoring George HarrisonGeorge Fest is a concert album put on by Best Fest, the traveling tribute-show series that has convened all-star tributes to Bob...

Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg reunite as ‘Indiana Jones’ gets the ‘Star Wars’ treatment.

2 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

The new Star Wars got the kind of acclaim George Lucas could only have wished for on his prequels, and now the tarnished legacy of his other great franchise is about to be rehabilitated, because Disney is making a fifth Indiana Jones movie. Show More Summary

15 Loverly Facts About My Fair Lady

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

The Broadway musical My Fair Lady starring Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews opened sixty years ago today: March 15, 1956. It was an adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw play Pygmalion, which most of us are familiar with from the 1964 Audrey Hepburn film. Show More Summary

George Harrison Is Honored Brightly on ‘George Fest’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

In the fall of 2014, a variety of musicians, actors, and comedians came together onstage at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theater to celebrate the life and music of George Harrison. Under the direction of George’s son, Dhani, the evening provided...Show More Summary

See George Harrison's 'Let It Be' Guitar Dismantled and Replicated

Guitar company Fender has painstakingly replicated the Telecaster George Harrison played both in the sessions for Let It Be and in the Beatles' farewell concert atop the roof of Apple Records headquarters. It has made 100 limited-edition copies of the guitar, reproduced down to minute details, which are available now. The...

Hear Ravi Shankar Raga From Concert Attended by George Harrison

George Harrison attended a private morning concert put on by one of his biggest inspirations, Ravi Shankar, at the Indian classical musician's Hollywood home in June 1971; two months later, both would perform at the Concert for Bangladesh. Recordings from the concert – including "Hollywood Dhun," which is streaming here...

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