Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
You can love The Beatles and classical music. Just ask Don Liuzzi and Mark Gigliotti, veteran artists with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
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.
A South Jersey band which has earned a reputation as one of the top Beatles tribute acts in the country, with thousands of shows in 30-plus years, is preparing for a special performance and anniversary in Atlantic City next month.
GRAMMYs exec producer Ken Ehrlich on how Kendrick suggested a collabo with Imagine Dragons and what goes into getting Beatles together.
For one night only, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart will share the stage in honor of The Beatles first performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’
This list includes five of the best rock ‘n roll cities in America, with honorable mentions to the cities of Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Seattle.
Larry Kane’s new book ‘When They Were Boys’ takes a look at the Beatles from their early days.
Chris discusses New Jersey’s Senate Primaries, a court ruling granting a Philadelphia police officer his job back, and a rodeo clown banned by the Missouri State Fair. He also talks to Larry Kane about his book about The Beatles and Dan Balz about his book on the 2012 Election.
The Philly Pops present ‘Lennon and McCartney’ from March 15th through 17th.
Just finished my new book, which will be released by Running Press worldwide late summer. It’s a dramatic look at the Beatles rise to the top, and it has some real surprises. More on that later. But February 7th is an important day.
The story of Beatle George Harrison takes on a new dimension with some insights from his sister.
Louise Harrison and Larry Kane stopped by Talk Philly to promote their new book about The Beatles.
While waiting to make it big, a South Philadelphia rock band is making extra cash in a unique way.