In her new book, the daughter of Mama Cass puts her mother’s life in a new perspective – and puts that “ham sandwich” rumor to rest.
A year before their landmark appearance on “Ed Sullivan,” the Beatles crafted a careful plan to make America their own.
Disc jockey Alan Freed has long been the “face” of the 50s Payola Scandal. But it nearly engulfed another icon, too. How did their two stories differ?
Our friend Ken Womack has written the definitive book on Mal Evans, who kept the Beatles on track. In more ways than one.