Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon and more remember the Beatles’ great cultural icon, who would have turned 80 years old today.
It was peak Britpop that’s stood the test of time. Noel Gallagher and others recount the making of the sophomore album, which was released on Oct. 2, 1995.
Paul Saltzman was 24 when he studied with the Beatles under the Maharishi in Rishikesh, India. His new film, “Meeting The Beatles In India,” chronicles the eye-opening experience.
The former Jam and Style Council frontman—and British icon—has a new album out and plenty to say.
Dark and foreboding, it’s the humor and lyricism of Dylan’s latest album “Rough and Rowdy Ways” that shines a light on our times.
The musician and philanthropist opens up about reuniting with the Boomtown Rats, how iPhones terrify him, and why Trump will be re-elected.
John Cleese and Eric Idle recall the comedy troupe’s origins, and predict Trump —an “extraordinary caricature of an asshole”—won’t be the end of civilization as we know it.
On the 42nd anniversary of his death, the King’s longtime guitarist looks back on his career rebirth in 1969—now immortalized on a massive box set.
The punk rock legend sounds off on the state of the nation, and discusses a new book about the history of L.A. punk
The director of ‘Marianne and Leonard’ reflects on the complicated relationship between Leonard Cohen and the woman he called his ‘muse,’ Marianne Ihlen.