Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels talk about the recent Fest for Beatles Fans in Los Angeles, which Steve attended and participated in.
Gary Van Scyoc of Elephant's Memory talks about his new album that contains new songs and some relics from his years playing with John and Yoko, what it was like to work with them, and if we'll ever see "Live in New York City" on DVD.
Steve and Ken discuss the surprise release "4: John, Paul, George and Ringo," the free EP of Beatles solo songs on iTunes, and other Beatles news.
In a very special 100th show, Ken and Steve look back at their favorite moments of their 100 shows and discuss the newly announced George Harrison "Apple Years" box set.
Ken and Steve review Paul McCartney's Candlestick Park show, which they both attended. (It was the first time we met in person!)
Ken and Steve discuss the recent news of the new McCartney remasters and the upcoming McCartney show at Candlestick Park.
Steve and Ken talk to Mark Lapidos about the upcoming Chicago Fest for Beatles Fans.
Author Luca Perasi ("Paul McCartney Recording Sessions 1969 - 2013") talks about how his book with the recording details of original Macca songs was assembled and his thoughts on McCartney's career then, now and in the future.
Super Beatles fan Charles Rosenay!!! talks about his upcoming Danbury Fields Forever Beatles festival.
Steve Marinucci questions Ken Michaels for his opinions about the first U.S. concert on the Paul McCartney Out There! tour in Albany, N.Y., July 5 that Ken attended.
Dave Morrell, author of "Horse-Doggin', Volume 1," and known in legendary circles as the man who showed John Lennon the "Yellow Matter Custard" bootleg, in a lively interview talks about his encounters with the Beatles, "Train Music," seeing the Beatles at Shea Stadium (both years) and more.
Steve and Ken evaulate the new "A Hard Day's Night" DVD and Blu-ray and also update news on the "Train Music" controversy.