The Beatles From Us To You

 

The Beatles From Us To You

Get Your Beatle On

Come to Beatle land every Sunday from 8 to 10am with Glenn Kalina and Richie V, as we celebrate those four lads from Liverpool. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, September 21st, as we look back at the "Pop Go The Beatles" BBC Radio Program of 1963

The budget for each half-hour show was £100, and producer Terry Henebery was given the task of making the shows. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, September 14th, as we remember John Lennon's Imagine LP, released in the U.S. in September 1971

Imagine is the second album by John Lennon, recorded and released in 1971. The album is considered the most popular of his works. The title track is considered one of his finest songs. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, August 31st, as we remember The Beatles live at the Hollywood Bowl in 1965

The Beatles 1965 summer American tour had two historic stops; Shea Stadium on August 15th and the Hollywood Bowl on August 29th and 30th. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, August 24th, as we celebrate the day in August of 1958 when George Harrison joined John and Paul in the greatest band ever!

In August 1958, fifteen year old George Harrison joined the Quarrymen, the skiffle band founded by John Lennon. Why was George's favorite number so important in his solo career? Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, August 17th, as we remember The Beatles 1965 Shea Stadium concert

The Beatles Shea Stadium concert on August 15, 1965 was record breaking and one of the most famous concert events of its era. It set records for attendance and revenue generation. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, July 20th, as we remember The Beatles "Something New" LP, released in the U.S. in July 1964

Something New was The Beatles third Capitol LP release, but fifth American album following the United Artists release of A Hard Day's Night. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, July 13th, as we celebrate the day in July when Paul McCartney met John Lennon

On the afternoon of July 6, 1957, The Quarrymen skiffle group, led by John Lennon, played at the Garden Fete of St Peter's Church, Woolton, Liverpool. Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, July 6th, as we celebrate the birthday of Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr was born Richard Starkey on July 7, 1940. On most Beatles’ albums, he sang lead vocals on at least one song, including “With a Little Help from My Friends,” “Yellow Submarine” and their cover of “Act Naturally.” Read more...

See you in Beatle land, Sunday, June 22nd, as we remember the A Hard Day’s Night soundtrack LP, released in the U.S. in June 1964

The American version of The Beatles A Hard Day’s Night album was released on June 26th, 1964 by United Artists Records in both mono and stereo, the fourth Beatles album in the United States. The album went to number one on the Billboard album chart, spending 14 weeks there, the longest run of any album that year. Read more...