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13. 07. 2015

The Something About The Beatles podcast

If you haven’t already checked out the show I co-hose with Richard Buskin, by all means, give it a whirl! We are now 22 episodes in – that’s nearly half a year if...

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24. 02. 2015

Library Programs in the Chicago Area

  There are three presentations that I give: each featuring an original documentary that includes rare audio/video/images, as well loads of music. I also do a Q&A and sign books, so if you...

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24. 02. 2015

On Walls and Bridges

Once and awhile between book projects, I get asked to contribute to Bill King’s Beatlefan magazine or their online blog. Here’s a newly-published article I did on John’s 1974 album – his final musical...

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23. 09. 2014

The Beatles Sessions album

  In 1985, EMI put the word out that a new Beatles collection, titled Sessions, would be released early in the year. It would feature a collection of outtakes and completely previously unheard recordings,...

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23. 09. 2014

Something About The Beatles podcast update

The Something About The Beatles podcast, hosted by myself and Richard Buskin, hit a milestone of sorts recently with the posting of our first video edition. This was of the show we did with a segment...

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23. 09. 2014

The Nick DiGilio Interview on WGN radio

On the eve of this year’s Fest for Beatles Fans in Rosemont, I gave an interview on WGN Radio with Nick DiGilio. You can check it out here.  We talked about the new...

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05. 08. 2014

The Nashville Interview – From Me To You

I was a guest alongside Nancy Lee Andrews, rock photographer of renown (and Ringo’s ex-fiancee) on Richard Courtney’s Hippie Radio show. Here’s the talk, in three parts, covering the post-Beatles 1970s era. (Show #22)...

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29. 07. 2014

A Hard Day’s Night back in theaters

Though the newly-restored film has been playing around the country since July 4th during its 50th anniversary year, it hasn’t played everywhere just yet. You’ll have to check your local listings, as they...

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23. 04. 2014

The Beatles Examiner Interview

I recently had some conversation with Beatles Examiner reporter Steve Marinucci: one of them along with Ken Michaels was taped for the podcast Things We Said Today (which can be heard here); another that appeared in...

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27. 03. 2014

The Psychobabble Interview

Rock journalist Mike Segretto, author of the upcoming book, The Who FAQ, sat with down with me recently to talk about the Beatles in the 70s. What better way to discuss what’s in...

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