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We "seize the day" and go "deep down" with our analysis of Paul McCartney's new "made in rockdown" album, McCartney III. Join us as we obsess over what we loved, didn't love, and of course, which of the many vinyl editions we're coveting. --------------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this epi…
 
This week, we're joined by Sarah Stacey, radio producer and host of the new audio documentary Lennon: 40 Years On, to pay tribute to John on the 40th anniversary of his tragic murder. --------------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past episodes — we’re @bcthebeatles everywhere. …
 
This Halloween, we conjure up scary Beatles tales with paranormal investigator and Liverpool native Kevin Eustace! Kevin is the host of the podcasts “We Need To Talk About Ghosts" and “The Dark Paranormal." We chat about some of the most haunted Beatles-related places and events; John, Paul, and George's own paranormal experiences; and... John's de…
 
It's Johnny's (80th) birthday, and we're celebrating with a look at John Lennon's New York City. Join us on a virtual tour of some of the places and events that influenced the last decade of his life and made him an iconic part of NYC culture. Plus: lots of John feels on this milestone birthday, an update on our monthly giveaway, and the strange ta…
 
We're unpacking Paul McCartney's 1997 album Flaming Pie, and going inside the new McCartney Archive reissues. Join us for a track-by-track deep dive where we debate what the hell Paul was actually saying with "I'm the man on the flaming pie," introduce the #LittleWillowChallenge (watch if you dare!), and introduce the first EVER (and only!) McCartn…
 
The Cavern Club gets credit for launching the Beatles, but it's also the victim of tons of rumors and myths. So we enlisted the help of Liverpool's own Dale Roberts. Dale runs social media for the Cavern, and gives tours of the club and city via the famous Magical Mystery Tour, to help set the record straight once and for all! _________________ VIR…
 
We're celebrating Ringo's milestone birthday by taking a look back at Ringo's formative years: the people, places, and events that made him that perfect final piece in the Beatles' lineup. After an impoverished and sickly childhood, Ringo beat the odds and became the most sought-after drummer in Liverpool. Plus an announcement about our next #beatl…
 
To celebrate Pride month, we've invited three massive Beatlemaniacs and members of the LGBTQ+ community--Caitlin Larkin, Marge Doherty, and Louie Perlman--on to discuss how the queer experience impacts their Beatles' fandom, and vice-versa! Caitlin's Projects: YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Gush089 What the Flux? podcast: https://pod…
 
In this episode, we get real about our feelings about this unprecedented time, discuss what we're doing to keep ourself sane while we're quarantined, and take a lovely trip down memory lane, revisiting Allison's glorious London and Liverpool trip in February. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and mo…
 
It's Valentine's Day, and we're celebrating by talking about one of our favorite love stories: John and Yoko. We discuss Yoko's origins, her role as a pioneer in avant-garde art, and how her path intertwined with John's at just the right time in both their personal and creative journeys. Plus, some exciting announcements about Allison's upcoming tr…
 
While 2020 marks a ton of significant 50th anniversaries, we go way back to celebrate another landmark: the 60th anniversary of the Beatles in 1960. This year represents incredible an incredible transition in the band, laying the groundwork for everything the band became in the coming years. Plus, we read your messages and gush over some of our cur…
 
We were so sad to hear of the passing of Neil Innes, composer, "seventh Python," and—of course, "Ron Nasty" of The Rutles, the brilliant Beatles parody group. This episode is a tribute to Neil, to the Rutles, and to their brilliant Beatles mockumentary, All You Need Is Cash. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos…
 
Inspired by the holiday shopping season, we look at all things Beatles merch, including the new Abbey Road store and the Beatles pop-up shop in NYC. In our feature segment, recorded live at the Beatles at the Ridge festival, we chat with Terry Crain, author of the new book NEMS and the Business of Selling Beatles Merchandise in the U.S. 1964-1966—a…
 
We celebrate Halloween with another dive into a mysterious Beatles story: the life, whereabouts and (maybe?) death of Jimmie Nicol, the drummer who was briefly a Beatle while subbing in for Ringo on the '64 tour. Our guest is Jim Berkenstadt, aka the Rock 'n' Roll Detective, whose book, The Beatle Who Vanished, fleshes out this fascinating story. P…
 
From "Come Together" to "The End" and beyond, we review Giles Martin's new 50th anniversary remix of 'Abbey Road.' (Spoiler: it's stunning!) ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past episodes — we’re @bcthebeatles everywhere. +Subscribe to BC the Beatles on Apple Podcasts, …
 
Join us as we discuss Brian Epstein's 1964 autobiography, A Cellarful of Noise, in which the Beatles' manager dishes on his life, his band, and the phenomenon of the Beatles, when they were at the pinnacle of worldwide superstardom. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past…
 
After we published our Ep-STEEN or Ep-STYNE minisode, we found some evidence that closes this case for good and all. Listen to our new intro and hear the evidence for yourself! ******* Is it Ep-STEEN or Ep-STYNE? Forget everything you’ve heard before - we’re pretty sure we have the right answer with the cold, hard facts to back it up. Warning: Cont…
 
Episode description: Is it Ep-STEEN or Ep-STYNE? Forget everything you’ve heard before - we’re pretty sure we have the right answer with the cold, hard facts to back it up. Warning: Controversial content! ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past episodes — we’re @bcthebeat…
 
In 1964, journalist Ivor Davis was the only British correspondent to accompany the Beatles on their entire US tour. In his prolific career, he also witnessed and reported on many game-changing moments in history — including the horrific Tate/LaBianca murders in August 1969. In this episode, Ivor joins us to talk about his new book, Manson Exposed, …
 
We’re back! This episode, we’re joined by one of the most iconic voices of the 1960s with hits like “Hanky Panky,” “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “Mony Mony,” “Crimson and Clover,” and “Draggin’ the Line” - Tommy James! He’s chatting with us about his first new album in 10 years, and, of course, the Beatles. Plus, announcements, ~new episode features, …
 
We just saw the new movie Yesterday, and...we have feelings. Note: This episode is FULL OF SPOILERS for the movie, so listen at your own risk! ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past episodes — we’re @bcthebeatles everywhere. +Subscribe to BC the Beatles on Apple Podcasts…
 
This week we look at one of our favorite people in the Beatles' story—Linda McCartney. More than just Paul's wife, Linda was a photographer, mother, musician, chef, and entrepreneur. And we think the way she lived her life makes her a badass feminist role model by example. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, …
 
We're finally after a long hiatus, launching into our new season with a little Beatles true crime. Was Stuart Sutcliffe, original bassist for the Beatles... murdered? We look at the life of the band's original fifth Beatle, who died of a suspected brain aneurism in 1961, as well as his death, exploring four theories as to the cause of death. Was hi…
 
On a freezing New Years Day in 1962, the Beatles had their first record label audition, for Decca records. It didn't go so well—the Beatles lost that contract to a competitor group who also auditioned. But that first rejection may have been a key to the whole Beatles' story going forward. We discuss the audition and ask the question, "Would the Bea…
 
This holiday season, we look at the two most famous—and most polarizing holiday songs from the solo Beatles: Paul's "Wonderful Christmastime" and John's "Happy Xmas (War is Over)." Are these two songs as far apart from each other as they seem? Plus history, news, an amazing giveaway announcement, and our favorite Beatles thing of the week! --------…
 
On this edition of #BeatlesBookClub, we discuss Rob Sheffield's fabulous book, Dreaming the Beatles: The Story of One Band and the Whole World, WITH author Rob Sheffield! Rob joins us for a fascinating, insightful, and hilarious discussion about what the Beatles mean to the world today, and how their legacy looms larger with each new generation. --…
 
Fittingly, episode number nine is all about the 'White Album' as we run through its history, brand-new reissues, and celebrate its golden anniversary. We also go live from the International White Album Symposium at Monmouth University to turn the spotlight onto the women who inspired the Beatles, particularly John, and who appear on the ‘White Albu…
 
This week, Allison and Erika keep the Halloween spirit alive with a discussion of what is perhaps the most fascinating conspiracy theory in history: the Paul is Dead hoax. How did it happen? What were the clues? Were the other Beatles in on it? Does anyone still believe it? Plus news, history, and an announcement about our upcoming live episode at …
 
This week, we explore producer George Martin's impact on the Beatles' sound, why he was their perfect match, and the invaluable contributions of the late, great engineer, Geoff Emerick. Plus news, history, and more! Featuring special guest Ken Womack, George Martin biographer, professor, and director of next month's International White Album Sympos…
 
We're celebrating Johnny's birthday (October 9th) with one of the world's most notable John Lennon experts, Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series. We examine a question that is still relevant today: Was John a sinner, a saint, or something else entirely? Plus latest news, the Egypt Station Metrocard winner, and this week's favo…
 
The life of the Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein, was nothing if not complex and frustratingly complicated. From his controversial business decisions to his erratic and sometimes dangerous personal relationships, most fans are united in one believe: the Beatles wouldn't have made it without Brian's passion, tenacity, foresight, and panache. Join us …
 
Paul McCartney's new album, ‘Egypt Station,’ is finally here! We recap the highs, the lows, the weirds, and the wonderfuls in our reaction episode. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and more from this episode & past episodes — we’re @bcthebeatles everywhere. +Subscribe to BC the Beatles on Apple Pod…
 
This week, Allison and Erika talk with Candy Leonard, author of the book Beatleness, a sociological look at the Beatles fan culture. We go over the differences and similarities between fans throughout the decades and discuss why Beatlemania is growing oddly close to becoming a religion. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitte…
 
We recap the Fest for Beatles Fans, which co-host Allison attended—and actually got her hair cut by Beatles hairdresser Leslie Cavendish—who is our special guest this episode! Also, we deconstruct Paul McCartney's new single and the online craziness surrounding it—is this a "fuh yeah!" or "oh, fuh no!" moment?? Plus, the latest Beatles news and thi…
 
Take a trip to Pepperland with us as we go through the long, weird history of 'Yellow Submarine'—a film that one of our hosts just saw for the first time ever (crazy, right?!??!). Also, latest news, history, and some of our favorite current Beatles obsessions. ---------------- +Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for photos, videos, and m…
 
Our first episode, and Paul made us do it! Puzzling social media, Carpool Karaoke, curious connections to obscure paintings... Paul McCartney drove Beatles fans crazy in anticipation of his new album, 'Egypt Station.' Allison and Erika unpack the frenzy of the past month. We then look back at Paul's history of crazy, weird marketing, and talk about…
 
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