New York state corrections officials said Friday that Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed John Lennon back in 1980, has been denied release from prison in his eighth appearance before a parole board.
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Ron Howard is back in music for his newest project.
Five of the most legendary concert venues in America are the Apollo Theater, the Fillmore, the Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden and Ryman Auditorium.
This is part of a series of essays to mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first American television appearance on CBS’s “The Ed Sullivan Show.” It culminates with CBS News, 50 Years Later…The Beatles at […]
Fifty years ago the Beatles began their first American tour and officially kicked off Beatlemania on this side of the pond.
Fifty years ago Sunday, the Beatles made their first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” and officially kicked off Beatlemania on this side of the pond.
CBS unveiled a retro Beatles marquee at the Ed Sullivan Theater today, replicating the same one that appeared the night the Fab Four played on February 9, 1964. The event was covered by Juliet Papa, […]
Guest blog by Guest Author Riccie Johnson, CBS News Makeup Artist At the Ed Sullivan Theater that day, as I entered the stage door, there were quite a few young people on the sidewalk, fans […]
Guest blog by Ira Gallen Starting my life as a teenager, on September 12th 1963, I finally had my bedroom in Brooklyn equipped with my own portable B&W television set. It was positioned on my […]
Influential and Better than the Rolling Stones The Beatles may have split up more than forty years ago, but most Americans consider them influential and think their music holds up well today. They are also […]
On February 9, 1964, 73 million people turned on the Ed Sullivan Show to watch four boys from Liverpool transform not just music but the world.
The Beatles and the Rolling Stones represent two sides of one of the Twentieth Century’s greatest aesthetic debates. In this excerpt from his book Beatles vs. Stones, historian John McMillian describes how the Stones shaped […]
This is part of a series of essays to mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first American television appearance on CBS’s “The Ed Sullivan Show.” It culminates with CBS News Live Experiences’ “50 Years: The Beatles,” a live, […]
Guest essay by Steve Greenberg Had Capitol Records stuck to its original launch plan for the Beatles’ “I Want to Hold your Hand,” the insanity which gripped American teens could never have happened in time […]