Dionne Warwick produced by Burt Bacharach and Hal David? And she covers one of my favorite songs, George Harrison’s “Something?” Sign me up. This might be the first crackly record to which I’ve listened during this column’s run, which might explain why it was in a separate box, away from the near pristine vinyl of my inherited collection. My copy... Read More
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Just a little more than a month ago, Beck was a musical guest on Conan; he’d come through to cover George Harrison’s solo song “Wah-Wah” as part of the show’s George Harrison Week. Last night, Beck turned up on the show again, and this time he was there to sing one of his own songs. [...]
Hypothetical question time! Let's say the Traveling Wilburys—that ultimate late-80s super(duper)group of George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, and Tom Petty—were all still rocking and rolling (RIP), about to go on a world tour, and they had to add one new musician to their crew. Who would it be? Read more...
The Best Fest is a traveling festival of sorts that has celebrated the music of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, and now George Harrison. All the events that are put on by the Best Fest are both a celebration of music as well...Show More Summary
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Last night, an all-star cast of artists piled into L.A.’s Fonda Theatre to pay tribute to the late Beatle George Harrison. The event, George Fest, was a benefit for the musicians’ charity Sweet Relief, and it featured (deep breath) Brian Wilson, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Norah Jones, Spoon’s Britt Daniel, Perry Farrell, the Killers’ Brandon Flowers [...]
Members of Spoon, Weezer, The Flaming Lips, and The Killers also took part in the festivites.
In hardcover:Kim Harrison’s The Witch With No Name debuts at number 5.David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks is down three spots, finishing the week at number 6.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons maintains its position at number 11.George R. Show More Summary
George Harrison Week on Conan is coming to an end today, and all week, people like Beck and Paul Simon have stopped by the show to cover songs from the late Beatle. Last night, Norah Jones was the show’s musical guest, and she did a tasteful and pretty version of “Behind That Locked Door,” a [...]
This week was George Harrison Week on Conan, and Norah Jones performed the final song of the series, Harrison's "Behind That Locked Door," from All Things Must Pass. Earlier in the week saw performances from Beck, Paul Simon, and Wednesday night, Harrison's son, Dhani Harrison. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, a new eight-disc box set featuring reissues of George Harrison's first six solo records, called The Apple Years 1968-75, will be hitting shelves. In honor of the release, Conan O'Brien celebrated "George Harrison Week," inviting Norah Jones, Beck, Paul Simon, and Harrison’s son Dhani Harrison to pay tribute... More »
Ravi Shanker's daughter performs "Behind That Locked Door".
Everyone knows the solo careers of some of music’s finest performers. John Lennon, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney all had amazing solo careers post Beatles. Beyoncé is reaching heights that she only dreamed of when she was just a member of Destiny’s Child. Plenty of musicians leave famous bands for one reason or another and form. I call this the Dave... Read More
Dhani waxes nostalgia with "Let It Down" and "Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)".
Dhani Harrison, the late Beatle George Harrison's son, performed his father's song "Let It Down" on Conan Wednesday night. Dhani's rendition was part of Conan O'Brien's weeklong tribute to George Harrison that has already included appearances from Beck and Norah Jones. The performances coincide with the Monday rerelease of George Harrison's first six studio albums.
To honor the release of "George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75," a box set that features a major reissue of the former Beatle's first six solo albums, Conan O'Brien has declared it to be George Harrison Week on "Conan." The week kicked off with Beck performing Harrison's song "Wah-Wah" and then Wednesday (Sept. Show More Summary
George Harrison's son Dhani was on the show and told a tale of skating at the new liberated West LA Courthouse. The post Dhani Harrison on the West LA Courthouse & Richie Jackson appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
This has been a good week for Beatles fans, as George Harrison’s first six studio albums have been re-released and Conan, in turn, has celebrated “George Harrison Week.” All week the show has been showcasing Harrison covers from various...Show More Summary
It was beyond beautiful, a huge pleasant jolt, in the midst of a wonderful, sold-out "The Fab Faux" Beatles tribute performance at Valley Performing Arts Center, when Dhani Harrison, pictured at left, made a surprise appearance on stage. Harrison,...Show More Summary