Join Joe and Jude Tuesday night DECEMBER 12th @ 8:30 eastern! We'll play Beatles Holiday songs and tell ya how they came about with some inside information on each! Look for the link in the story.
Hear this historic interview with The Beatles, their first radio interview conducted on October 27, 1962. Ringo had only been in the group for two months and we hear how nervous he is. More importantly, John is named at the "acknowledged leader of the group" by Paul. Plus so much more!
Every "NOW AND THEN" Capitol EMI releases a monstrous project and this one almost takes the cake! A "new" and final Beatles song created from a John Lennon demo in 1978, the audio disassembled and remixed with new drumming from Ringo, historic guitar from George then bass, vocals and some indian styles from Paul. Read all about it and share here.
Paul McCartney calls into Beatle Brunch to talk with Joe Johnson after The Concert for New York, 2001. Joe has a chance to thank him for putting the show together and lining up performers.
We've just gotten word that "The Dream Weaver" passed away on Monday September 4, 2023 from complications of another condition. In 2010 Beatle Brunch host Joe Johnson spoke with rock legend Gary Wright about his then new album "Connected", plus his connection to George Harrison. This interview was recorded in 2010 along with Tom Frangione of The Beatles Channel.
Beautiful interview with Old Tennessee himself, Carl Perkins, chatting with Joe Johnson back in November 1996 when his "Go Cat Go" album / CD came out. Carl was so loving and sweet and humble of even being interviewed himself.
Ringo has a new 4-song EP coming out, REWIND FORWARD. Hear the title track NOW!
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.
Paul McCartney with the bonus interview from his Run Devil Run CD in 1989, talking about making a Rock & Roll album