The Beatles weren’t the first to use the “middle eight” in a song, but they sure took it to another level. Here are some of their best.
Over the decades, Sir Paul has given us an extraordinary amount of great music. But it might never have happened, had he not hopped a fence.
Stuart Sutcliffe was pulled into the Beatle orbit early on. His untimely death at 21 cut short what might’ve been a major art career.
Martin Barre created much of the guitar sound of Jethro Tull. In this interview, we catch up and grab great memories of those sessions.