Where did Joe DiMaggio go? Paul Simon tells the story of "Mrs. Robinson"
A Visual History of the Everly Brothers
Donovan Pays Tribute to the Everly Brothers During Music Masters Week
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Fever"
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Announces the Initial Tribute Concert Lineup and Additional Events for the 19th Annual Music Masters® Series Honoring the Everly Brothers
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Stairway to Heaven"
Songs They Wish They'd Written with Ray Davies, Slash and St. Vincent
Los Angeles in the 60s: Beefeaters, Byrds, Buffalos and Folk-rock Supergroups
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "That'll Be the Day"
Pop up!: The Fine Art of Rock and Roll Comes to Cleveland
"Imagine" became one of the enduring anthems of John Lennon's post-Beatles work. In an interview days before his death, he made a case for the brotherhood of man and woman: "That should be credited as a Lennon ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Spotlight Exhibit, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll
After the Beatles achieved success, they could afford the kind of instruments they had only dreamed about as struggling musicians. Although Gretsch guitars were primarily associated with George Harrison, John Lennon acquired this particular guitar in 1966. He used ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Spotlight Exhibit, Event
The arrival of the Beatles triggered a musical revolution in the Sixties. Emerging from Liverpool, England, the Fab Four's sound took root in Europe, with songs like "Love Me Do" and "Please Please Me" touching an audience who ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Exhibit, Event
A very different Beatles had emerged by the genesis of "Strawberry Fields Forever." The Fab Four – George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr – had traded much of the mop–topped gaiety and matching-suit panache for a more ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll, Event
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is very fortunate to have what is most likely the finest, most extensive Beatles exhibit anywhere in the world. That exhibit is the result of relationships we have built over ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Event
On November 29, 1969, the Beatles were at the top of Billboard's Hot 100, earning their first two-sided Number One single with "Come Together/Something." It became the Fab Four's 18th Number One single – one more than Elvis ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Today in Rock
In 1994, John Lennon was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist. His longtime friend and musical collaborator Paul McCartney, making his first Hall of Fame appearance, inducted Lennon. More personal than the traditional ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Event
As the most daring and outspoken of the four Beatles, John Lennon helped shape the agenda of the Sixties - socially and politically, no less than musically. As a solo artist, he made music that alternately disturbed and soothed, provoked and ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit