‘Your Sunday Brunch’ Menu for July 8, 2012
Are you hungry for some tasty rock and roll?
Join me on 'Your Sunday Brunch' from seven until ten in the morning.
We'll feature music of some of the Farm Aid board members as Monday, July 9, the lineup of concert acts playing in Pennsylvania this September will be announced.
Listen in the eight o'clock…
Paul McCartney Raps On Buddy Holly Tribute ‘Rave On’
Can you sing any Buddy Holly songs? On a new release called Rave On, a wide variety of artists perform tunes by the rock pioneer.
Sir Paul McCartney pays tribute to one of the Beatles' biggest influences on the cover album out today. He even does some spontaneous "rapping" in parts of the s…
Legendary Sahara Casino in Las Vegas Closes
Did you ever get to visit the Sahara in Vegas?
The Legendary Sahara Casino in Las Vegas closed on Monday, May 16, ending an era of memorable events there including the Rat Pack and the Fab Four.
The Sahara's closure came after its owners earlier this year decided it was no longer economically vi…
A Tribute To The Beatles Saturday At Cheyenne Civic Center
Did you ever see the Beatles in concert?
This Saturday night at the Cheyenne Civic Center you can experience a Beatles concert with Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles with the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are still available for the show on April 30th...
Disney Kills ‘Yellow Submarine’ Remake [VIDEO]
Yellow Submarine 1968 movie intro (You Tube)
The Walt Disney Company has pulled the plug on a plan to produce a remake of the Beatles' Yellow Submarine directed by Robert Zemeckis. The movie was going to use the same motion-capture technology Zemeckis has used on Beowulf and A Christmas Carol...
Paul McCartney Writes His First Ballet
Do you remember ever dancing to a Beatle's song?
This fall a cast of about 45 professional dancers will be performing to the music of Paul McCartney.
The former Beatle's bass player has written his first-ever ballet called Ocean's Kingdom for the New York City Ballet...
Birthday Boys Still Busy
Turning older doesn't always mean slowing down, three of today's birthday celebrants are over 60 and still working in the music industry.
John Paul Jones was a studio musician in the mid-sixties when Jimmy Page recruited him to play bass and keyboards in his newly formed group, The New Ya…

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