On this week's show, Al, Allan, Ken and Steve first discuss the news of the deaths of three famous musical talents, Prince, Lonnie Mack and Billy Paul, and their relationship to the Beatles. The guys also spar about whether their opinions have changed about Paul McCartney's "Kisses on the Bottom," released in 2012. As always, we we'd love to hear what you think. Send your comments and suggestions for future shows to email@example.com. We love hearing from you. And thanks for making us part of your week.
This week, Allan, Al, Ken and Steve look at the beginning of Paul McCartney's One On One Tour with a report from Steve, who saw the first show in Fresno, California. Plus we talk about the new Traveling Wilburys streaming and other news items. We'd love to hear what you think. Send your comments and suggestions about future shows to firstname.lastname@example.org. We love hearing from you. And thanks for making us part of your week. (Image copyright MPL Communications Ltd.)
Our guest this week is renowned Beatles author Bruce Spizer who talks about the Beatles' history on Capitol Records. Bruce has just published a digital version of "The Beatles Story on Capitol Records, Part 2: The Albums." It's available through his website www.beatle.net. Bruce will also be a guest at the upcoming NY Metro Fest for Beatles Fans.
On this week's show, Al, Ken, Allan and Steve talk with Fest for Beatles Fans founder Mark Lapidos, who discusses the upcoming Fest April 15-17 at the Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook, New York, tells a few stories you may not have heard about past Fests and how John Lennon inspired him to do them. Tell us how much you like the show by emailing us at email@example.com or on our pages on Facebook. And thanks for listening!