This photo is the last photo of John Lennon and George Harrison together. It was taken at the Troubador nightclub in Los Angeles, California in November of 1974.
I’ve seen Mickey Mouse play just about every instrument. Piano, Flute, Drums, Bass, & Guitar. It;s not wonder that John Lennon, Brian WIlson, Joe Walsh, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Dave Grohl, Michael Jackson, Psy all have rocked a Mickey Mouse Shirt.
At the height of Beatlemania, The Beatles song “She Loves You” was parodied in an episode of The Flinstones. In episode “The Hatrocks and The Gruesomes” that first aired on January 22, 1965,
It’s not very uncommon to see a person wearing a Rolling Stones tongue logo shirt until I came across this cool photo of John Lennon wearing his very own Rolling Stones shirt.
From May 20 to May 28, 1960, The Silver Beetles (as they were called at the time) toured Scotland, backing a young musician named Johnny Gentle. As part of this tour, the whole band decided to give themselves pseudonyms. Dee Dee then came up with the idea of naming the new band the Ramones and convinced the other members of the band to start using Ramone as their last name.
Pete Best, The Beatles original drummer was replaced by Ringo Starr on August 16, 1962. To commemorate his sacking, 20 years later on April 6, 1982, Best sported this “I’m Not Ringo” shirt for a photo shoot.
Today The Beatles celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the release of their first single “Love Me Do/P.S. I Love You” on EMI’s Parlophone label. The serial number for the release was 45-R 4949.
Elvis Presley ”The King of Rock N’ Roll” was and continues to be a major influence on musicians past and present. Some artists have even gone so far as to wear an Elvis related item for photo shoots and album covers.
Acoustic is a compilation album released in 2004 of John Lennon demos, studio and live performances that feature his acoustic guitar work. The album cover is a photo of Lennon in the recording studio playing an acoustic guitar with headphones dangling around his neck.
The photograph for the album cover of the posthumous John Lennon single “Watching The Wheels” was taken on August 7, 1980 by Paul Goresh.