Beatle Brunch host Joe Johnson speaks with photographer and one time personal assistant to John & Yoko, May Pang, about her 18 months with John in LA, New York and Palm Beach and her book, "Instamatic Karma" which came out in 2008.
NEWLY RELEASED songs and mixes from the upcoming "Let it Be" box set / remasters / remixes from The Beatles, shared with Joe Johnson's Beatle Brunch just for you! Join The Beatle Brunch Club for more!
Apple and UME have just released the first three songs of hundreds that will be made available in a newly remixed edition on October 15th, 2011. Hear "Let it Be", "For You Blue", and "Don't Let Me Down" - rooftop performance, here in Brunch Bytes, then read the news today, Oh Boy, for full details on the complete package in Beatles News on our home page.
Beatle Brunch host Joe Johnson talked with reporter and author Ivor Davis, who was the LONE press person allowed in the room the night The Beatles met Elvis. Hear is on the scene account of what happened that historic night, from his 2014 book, "The Beatles and Me on Tour", an account of 1964, BUT Ivor was there in 1965.Listen!
One of the first singer songwriters inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the inaugural group has died. Don Everly, half of famed folk-rock duo The Everly Brothers, died Saturday August 21 at the age of 84. Paul and George tribute The Everlys while we hear them sing a song written by Paul McCartney. #RIPdoeverly
Listen to two fun interviews of The Beatles on tour. One is a full blown stereo mix of a 1965 press conference at the Hollywood Bowl, the other is Larry Kane backstage at the Bowl in 1964 talking with Ringo and John.
Beatle Brunch host Joe Johnson speaks to Olivia Harrison about the remastering of the film, The Concert for Bangladesh, celebrating 50 years now. This interview was recorded in 2005 and Mrs. Harrison was lovely to speak with. Enjoy the interview.
Meet the man who shot the covers of FIVE fab Beatles albums, plus took thousands of other black and white photos. Joe J interviewed famed photographer Robert Freeman back in 2004 to talk about his then new book, "The Beatles: A Private View". Listen to this lengthy interview with the late Bob Freeman and working with The Beatles.