“The Beatles were so high, they let Ringo sing on a couple of tunes” – Bill Hicks
Some news stories contain such a heady mix of excitement, horror and wishful thinking, no one is entirely sure how best to react: this next item is a perfect example.
Say it ain’t so! NME reports that, after several months of back and forth discussion, Ringo Starr‘s former birthplace at 9 Madryn Street in Liverpool will most likely be demolished soon.
The film director Robert Zemeckis (Back To The Future, Forrest Gump) is today shopping for a new studio deal for his remake of the Beatles film Yellow Submarine, after Disney Studios have opted not to fund it.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ringo Starr is looking to trademark his signature “Ringo” name. There’s been some recent chatter across the blogosphere suggesting that the legendary Beatles drummer could possibly …
The BBC reports that British government minister Grant Shapps is calling for the Liverpool City Council to freeze their efforts in tearing down Ringo Starr‘s first childhood home at 9 Madryn Street.
Apparently, Beatles fans were ecstatic that the Fab Four’s catalog was finally made available on iTunes last week. The band sold an impressive 2 million individual tracks and over 450,000 albums worldwide in their debut week, …
At long last! The Beatles and Apple have finally struck a deal to bring their music to Apple's famous music store, iTunes. Let's hug!
Cherie Blair obviously has enough money to own seven homes with her husband, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, but never mind her efforts in putting her famous spouse’s signature on eBay.
New York City's Central Park was full of love this weekend as thousands of people came out to Strawberry Fields to honor the late John Lennon on what what would have been his 70th birthday. Countless fans also took in a free …