George Harrison’s 1968 “Rosewood” Fender Telecaster guitar (Serial #235594) that was used in the ‘Let It Be” movie and for The Beatles final live roof-top performance was bought in 2003 at an auction by actor Ed Begley, Jr.
Archive | December, 2010
In May of 1963, Ivor Arbiter owner of the London music store Drum CIty unwittingly designed the simple yet iconic The Beatles “drop-T” logo.
As per his wishes, Bob Marley was buried in Jamaica with the following five items..His Les Paul Guitar, A Soccer Ball, A Marijuana Bud, His ring given to him by the Prince Asfa Wossen of Ethiopia and a Bible.
These are the last know published photos of Layne Staley. The photo was taken on February 26, 1997, when he and the other members of Alice in Chains attended the Grammy Awards.
There is not a place I can think of that has as much rock n’ roll history as this flat on 34 Montagu Square, London W1H2LJ. In these walls lived three members of The Beatles: Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney & John Lennon as well as Yoko Ono & Jimi Hendrix.
Coldplay just released a new song and video on coldplay.com called “Christmas Lights.” In the video Guy Berryman is playing a Hofner Violin bass like Paul McCartney.
Never understood this connection, but here is Outkast’s, Andre 3000 with actor Lukas Haas, who has performed with Andre 3000 in his “The Love Below Band”… Here is Lukas performing on stage with Outkast on the David Letterman show… And he is even in the Outkast video for “Roses“… Cool combination and pretty bad ass. I […]