Radio stations which feature, or have featured a Breakfast with the Beatles program include: WXRT in Chicago, WMGK in Philadelphia, WGRF in Buffalo, WMXJ in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, KMET in Los Angeles, KLSX in Los Angeles, KCBS-FM in Los Angeles, KLOS in Los Angeles, KSLX in Phoenix, Arizona, WZLX in Boston, WAXQ Q104.
Fate then stepped in. In 2001, “One of my favorite shows in Los Angeles, Breakfast With the Beatles , lost its host. She just didn’t come on the air one morning, We were all listening to the radio, and there was no DJ.” Unfortunately, the worst-case scenario imagined by listeners had happened .
Paul was considered the best looking by most everyone else. Ringo considered himself to be the best looking of them all I am presuming. John and George never claimed to be the best looking, and were OK with Paul being considered the best looking AKA cute Beatle.
The former Beatles bandmates have remained great friends over the years and Sir Paul even makes an appearance on Ringo’s new album ‘Give More Love’ but the iconic duo don’t get to spend a lot of time together these days. Asked about the experience of working with Sir Paul , Ringo shared: “He’s an incredible musician.
The Beatles Channel is a Sirius XM Radio channel focusing on the music of the Beatles . The channel debuted in 2017, and broadcasts on Sirius XM Radio channel 18. All of their hits, album tracks, rarities & solo songs, along with the records that influenced them and music inspired by them.
But from what I’ve heard and read about them, Ringo Starr was probably the nicest of the four. John Lennon was not necessarily a bad person in general, but of the four Beatles, I’d have to say that he was the most unkind.
“Yeah” was apparently the last word uttered by John Lennon , according to an interview with one of the two policemen rushing him to Roosevelt Hospital. “I’m Shot!” he exclaimed just after the bullets hit him in the side and back.
John Lennon : After he was shot in 1980, there was no funeral for the legendary Beatle. Yoko Ono had Lennon’s body cremated at the Ferncliff Cemetery, and scattered his ashes in Central Park, in sight of their New York apartment.
They began to reconcile during Lennon’s ‘Lost Weekend’ period. From the summer of 1973 to early 1975, Lennon disappeared into a creative and outrageous period of his life dubbed his Lost Weekend — which included an accidental reconciliation with McCartney . “I jammed with Paul,” Lennon revealed in a later interview.