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1. Beatles Songs for Kids
There are a few Beatles songs that have been popular with young kids for decades. But, any Beatles song can be made suitable for kids with the right arrangement.
2. The Beatles' Rooftop Concert
The Beatles' 1969 London rooftop performance was a surprise to the neighborhood and quickly drew a crowd. Forty years later the footage still attracts attention.
3. Tears In Heaven – A Ballad of Raw Emotion
The origin of this song comes from a period of great sadness in Clapton´s life. Find out the reasons behind this touching song.
4. Moody Blues 2010 Spring Tour Dates
The Moody Blues are gearing up for another tour in 2010. The spring tour dates are all in the U.S.
5. The Best Singers of Classic Rock
This year, Rolling Stone announced its 100 Greatest Singers of All Time list. Surprise! Most of them were classic rockers.
6. Extended Moody Blues Tour Dates for 2010
The Moody Blues have added tour dates onto their 2010 tour. The tour will continue through September and will include both the U.S. and the U.K.
7. Aliens to Hear Beatles Songs
NASA will beam one Beatles song to a distant star in an attempt to communicate. What better way to establish contact with aliens than with the Beatles?
8. Jailed Singers and Musicians From the 60s
Some of the best rockers of all time were arrested, and often jailed, during the 60s. The main culprit in the majority of the high-profile arrests of 60s musicians was marijuana.
9. Jim Morrison, Indecent Exposure and a Pardon
Did the Lizard King expose himself on stage, and if so, did it warrant an arrest and trial? Did he need a pardon, should his record have been expunged or did he deserve the six-month sentence?
10. Beatles Songs Finally Available on Apple iTunes
With Beatles songs available from iTunes, fans have a new way to make Beatles listening convenient. But, don't expect it to kill the craving for full Beatles albums.
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