EMI RecordsA collage by artist Sir Peter Blake used to create the insert for The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album has sold at a London auction for over $87,000, the BBC reports. The work was produced in collaboration with pop artist Jann Haworth, depicts Sergeant Pepper with the Fab Four. read more ≫
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ABC News RadioThe Rolling Stones were in New York City on Tuesday night for the U.S. premiere of their documentary, Crossfire Hurricane, which chronicles the rise of the band, beginning in the early 1960s. It debuts on HBO Thursday.
On the red carpet, frontman Mick Jagger said he is "pleased" with how the movie turned out. He added, "I think it's really good, it's really interesting. It will show a lot of things that people don't know even though they think they know but they don't." read more ≫
PETAMany people will be carving into a roast turkey during the holidays, but Paul McCartney won't be one of them. The rock legend, of course, is an avid vegetarian and an outspoken supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA. Now, Sir Paul is appearing in a new PETA advertisement calling on people to consider eating a meat-free meal on Thanksgiving. read more ≫
Photo: James O'MaraJames Taylor is among the stars who will participate in the 90th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting, which will take place on December 6 on the Ellipse at President's Park in Washington, D.C. read more ≫
Kevin Mazur/WireImageMadonna's concert in New York City on Monday night turned into a very unlikely fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Sandy: The star announced she was stripping for donations.
Telling the crowd that she and her children had just visited New York's Rockaway Beach, one of the areas that was the hardest hit by the late October superstorm, Madonna added, "It was really sad but we also saw amazing acts of humanity." read more ≫