Today is Beatles Wednesday, which means you’ll hear a Beatles song at the bottom of every hour!
It’s Beatles Wednesday, which means you’ll hear a song from The Beatles, either as a group or solo at the bottom of every hour.
“Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” is from the Beatles White Album back in 1968.
John Lennon’s wife Yoko Ono has decided that Chicago’s Jackson Park would be a great spot for her art.
For today’s Beatles Wednesday selection, we figured we’d pick someone who was the inspiration for a bunch of Beatles songs as well as a pretty impressive artist on his own.
He performed the Beatles’ “Yesterday” for the doctors while being operated on.
Anthony Kulkamp Dias, a 33-year-old from Brazil, recently had an operation to remove a life-threatening brain tumor. The weird part? He played songs to the surgeons as they operated on him, including the McCartney classic, “Yesterday.”
Ross, Rachel and…Paul?
“Band On The Run” is one of my favorite albums from Paul McCartney and Wings and you’ll find this song on that album.
Even former Beatles feel insecure sometimes.