Instead of George Washington, the Beatles slept here. These iconic hotels were the scenes of some key moments in their career.
New York City and The Rolling Stones have a particular chemistry — even moreso than most British bands. A new book showcases how they dipped into grit, grime, and glamour.
We almost take James Brown for granted. But one night in 1966 gave an audience who didn’t know him an eye-opening taste of his genius.
Before the screams began, Ed Sullivan and his crew had spotted the brilliance of the Beatles as they rehearsed. A new excerpt from Jude Southerland Kessler’s “John Lennon” series offers some backstage insights.
A newly-remastered DVD set showcases the four electrifying performances on Ed Sullivan that catapulted the Beatles into legend. And there’s fun bonus footage (vintage commercials!) that puts their groundbreaking appearances into the context of the time.