In running feelnumb.com, I look through thousands of photos of musicians, bands, guitars, etc, daily. As I was going through photos of the solo years of George Harrison, I kept seeing photos of him wearing a “FRANCE” shirt pop-up. Most of these photos look like they were taken in the 70′s. If anyone knows the […]
This story began when I saw this photo of a bad ass Volkswagon Bus with The Beatles logo painted on the side.
In watching a short film presented at the press conference that included footage of Ringo and Paul McCartney performing The Beatles song “Birthday” live for Starr’s 70th birthday on July 7, 2010, I noticed tattoos on each of Starr’s inner forearms.
The cover art for George Harrison’s 1988 “When We Was Fab” single uses Harrison’s likeness from The Beatles “Revolver” album. You can even see the ER at the end of Revolver under Harrison’s right ear.
Rock Stars love to “Flip The Bird”, give “The One Finger Salute” or just give you “The Finger” straight up. Here’s Part One of a feelnumb.com series of ROCK STARS FLIPPING THE BIRD
On August 27 & 28, 2013 Paul McCartney sent out series of tweets from his official Twitter account (@PaulMcCartney ) that seemingly made no sense at all. Tweets like srell, lyweds, castle and potato lead a few fans to quip at Sir Paul for being drunk
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,
The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Ringo Starr, debut a major new exhibition, Ringo: Peace & Love that opened on June 12, 2013. Here is the promotional poster hanging all around Los Angeles showing the current Ringo holding a cutout of The Beatles Ringo.
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.