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 pioneering female rocker—and subject of the new documentary “Suzi Q”—writes about paving the way for other women and teaching skeptical men a lesson they’ll never forget.
It was 50 years ago today, on May 8, 1970, that the Beatles released their “last” album, “Let It Be.” Many consider it their worst. Here’s why they’re missing the point.
The pop star almost couldn’t perform at the AMAs due to an ongoing battle with her old record label. And Swift is far from the first major artist to go to war with their overlords.
Stereo Williams on the 50th anniversary of “Abbey Road,” the Beatles’ “last chance to be their best selves.”
As nostalgia for British pop culture hits a fever pitch, I went on a handful of pop culture tours in London and Liverpool to see if these trips down memory lane were worth it.
Danny Boyle’s new musical rom-com, ‘Yesterday,’ imagines an alternate reality in which there were no Beatles and a young busker must introduce the world to their music.