Earlier this week (November 13) Beatles fans in New York and Los Angeles were treated to mobile Beatle “pop-up shops.” The “shops” were customized double decker buses, which made several stops. The buses served to promote the release of the Beatles’ catalog on 180-gram vinyl LPs. The stores sold the LPs collectively as a box set, as well as individually; Beatles CDs and other merchandise was also on sale. In each city, a unique commemorative shirt from the event was sold (and sold quickly to eager Beatles collectors).
Grunge gods Soundgarden will be getting up close and personal with their fans at select club shows, including one in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre. Find out how to get your tickets inside!
The Rolling Stones have been the subjects of numerous photo exhibits through the years, but never one quite like a new one in Los Angeles. Unpublished photos that turned up at an L.A. flea market are on display at the Dilettante Gallery.
The 62-year-old rocker documented a car accident he was involved in yesterday (July 31) afternoon via his Twitter account.
Looks like Ron Artest is reinventing himself. In fact, he has gone so far to change his legal name to something entirely different. Meet METTA WORLD PEACE.
[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Rod Stewart[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Stevie Nicks[/lastfm] stopped by the Ellen show today to talk about how they have joined forces for one of the most anticipated musical events of the year, The Heart & […]
He’s performing March 12 and 13 at Laugh’s in Kirkland – here he talks to Lee while he’s driving around LA.