On the day of the 50th anniversary of the Rooftop Concert, the Beatles made a spectacular announcement about the "Let It Be" movie. What's the scoop? It's here.
A packed show as Contributing Editor Candy Leonard ("Beatleness") and Steve Marinucci look back at the Beatles' Rooftop Concert, celebrating its 50th anniversary this week, with special interviews with Michael Lindsay-Hogg, director of "Let It Be", and Ken Mansfield, author of "The Roof," who was then the liaison for Apple Records between the U.S. and UK and was among those on the Apple rooftop that great night. Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Stay tuned for a brief add-on after the show is finished with the news of the new "Let It Be" film recorded after the show was originally uploaded.)
This week along with the latest chart news from the U.S. and UK a look back at a 1968 concern about the Beatles Apple logo.
This week we welcome our special guest Beatlefan Executive Editor (and my old former podcast co-host) Al Sussman, who along with Contributing Editor and "Beatleness" author Candy Leonard discuss Al's book, "Changing Times: 101 Days That Shaped a Generation," as well as the latest Beatles news.
Steve talks about Paul and Ringo announcing new tour dates and the latest U.S. chart news. Also, Steve and Candy chat about an unusual Beatles topic and we'd like to hear from you.
The first news and chart updates of the New Year, plus Steve and "Beatleness" author Candy Leonard give their views on Paul McCartney's new song "Get Enough". Autotune, anyone?
Emergency show with Billboard's year-end listings and Paul McCartney's New Year's Eve surprise (yes, it's music).