Ringo turned 80-what?? Here are Ringo;s new dates and an eye witness review from a recent show in Las Vegas!
FUN interview with Paul McCartney over the years being asked if he's too old to rock & roll, including one interview when Paul turned 60, our own Beatle Brunch Host Joe Johnson, asked him then. His answer is hilarious! Happy Birthday Paul!
My favorite moment (or 21 minutes) was interview Paul McCartney backstage in Tampa FL on night two of his 2005 U.S. Tour. We talked all about his new album then, "Chaos and Creation in the Backyard" and he gave me some tips on writing song lyrics that worked for him...YOU THINK? . Idea: Why not join The Beatle Brunch Club? click here https://brunchradio.com/iump-subscription-plan/
Paul McCartney has a gift for us all on his Birthday week: His new book of personal photos from the days of Beatlemania, "1964: Eyes of The Storm" is out NOW!
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, plus she tells the story of her new film, "The Lost Weekend - A Love Story" now in theaters.
May Pang is ready to tell her story about the 18-month relationship she had with John Lennon her way: in a new 90-minute documentary called “The Lost Weekend: A Love Story,” which opens with a limited theatrical engagement April 14. The film’s tagline is “John Lennon and May Pang shared a weekend that lasted 18 months, and a love story that took 50 years to tell.”
Surround your senses with an orchestra playing-along with period-correct instruments and world class musicians who play all 27 Beatles #1 songs at The ONES Show! Tickets to shows across America are on sale now!
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.