Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolution

Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolution

We pick apart why and how The Beatles phenomenon occurred. On 'Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolution' we'll get into the combination of talent, hard work and luck that changed everything!... Show More

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Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung drops in via Zoom call to catch Ken up on his recent project with Julian Lennon, his undying love for The Beatles, his career with Styx and how there's never a good time for a pandemic.

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Bob Geldof is a brilliant songwriter, a talented musician, a fierce political activist, and he has one of the best Beatles stories we've ever heard.

On this week's 'Beatles Revolution,' Bob recalls his first Beatles encounter and how it inspired him in the decades to come.

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Talking fandom, from The Beatles to The Sopranos with 'Sopranos' actor Michael Imperioli. Michael is a huge Beatles fan and an old friend, who has a really cool new movie out called 'Cabaret Maxime,' a throw-back to the early vaudeville days but in modern times...

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Peter Asher returns to the show to talk about his new book, 'The Beatles From A to Zed,' recalling the danger (and the fun) of being adjacent to Beatle-mania.

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City Winery founder Michael Dorf joins the show to talk about what's in a ticket price. Michael and Ken follow the money, diving deep into the world of booking and executing live concerts and how the business has changed.

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December 20, 2019 74 min
Ken Dashow and Producer Andrew discuss a few of their favorite moments from the podcast this past year and outline some of their goals for the 'Beatles Revolution' in 2020!

Email KenDashow@iHeartMedia.com to let us know what your favorite moment was!

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One of the great rock songwriters to come out of the '80s, Desmond Child has authored and co-authored hits like "Livin' on a Prayer," "You Give Love a Bad Name," "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)," "Poison," "I Hate Myself for Loving You" and many, many more.

On this episode, Desmond talks about how great songwriting transcends genre and how he got so much out of his collaborators over the yea...
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The true "Boogie Man," George Thorogood has been playing with the same trio and touring for over 40 years, and he worships the Beatles. George explains WHY his Beatles fandom has endured and recalls some highlights from his own career.

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From the Beatles to Yes, Rick takes us on his wild, often hilarious journey through the world of progressive rock, lunch with John Lennon and almost getting eating alive by Ringo Starr's guard dogs!

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Ken Dashow and Producer Andrew compare and contrast 'Abbey Road' with the other latter Beatles albums and address the "Mark Lewisohn Tape," on which John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison discuss their "next" album.

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The wild man of the rock flute, Jethro Tull mastermind Ian Anderson, joins the show to offer his recollection on the '60s British Invasion. He and Ken Dashow explore the development of the progressive rock movement and the state of rock's comeback.

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August 16, 2019 40 min
The Beatles were barely still a band in 1969, and while they were indeed offered a headlining spot at Woodstock, the band didn't make the trip.

On this episode, Ken Dashow and Producer Andrew discuss why the Beatles and some other notable bands didn't play Woodstock, and whether The Beatles *should* have played Woodstock.

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August 2, 2019 19 min
Ken Dashow looks at why Ivan Vaughan is such an important name in Beatles history, and why being at the right place at the right time can change everything.

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Ken Dashow and producer Andrew discuss HOW a song gets written. Then we analyze the genius of John Lennon and Paul McCartney with the legendary Warren Haynes (Gov't Mule, Allman Bros. Dead & Co and more).
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Part 2 with legendary producer Jack Douglas. Jack explains his approach as a producer and recalls how Steven Tyler overcame writer's block to write lyrics to "Walk This Way." He also looks back at the first time he saw Cheap Trick, which was at a bowling alley in Wisconsin; they were amazing!

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Jack Douglas produced classic albums by John Lennon, Aerosmith, The Who, Patti Smith and many others. He discovered Cheap Trick at a Wisconsin bowling alley. And he's on 'Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolution' this week, taking us behind the scenes of some of rock's biggest albums and best stories!

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This week, Ken Dashow is talking to British comic great Eddie Izzard about The Beatles, Monty Python and his own career. Eddie was in the documentary '8 Days A Week,' talking about how funny the Fab Four was!

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On this episode, Ken combines his two greatest passions: the Mets and the Beatles.

Former Mets outfielder Art Shamsky's new book, 'After The Miracle,' not only explains the Mets' amazing run to the 1969 World Series Championship but puts it in context of the tumultuous year: Vietnam, the Beatles, Woodstock, the Moon landing and more. Like the Fab Four, the '69 Mets were a band of brothers!

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Ken Dashow takes a look at how fast trends in music change with Procol Harum singer/keyboardist Gary Brooker. Ken and Gary discuss how The Beatles led the way, changing from pop to rock and roll to progressive rock and opening the door for tons of other bands along the way. Gary’s old R&B group, The Paramounts, used to open for the mop-topped Beatles in the early days.

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April 12, 2019 27 min
Kinks guitarist Dave Davies HATES the term "British Invasion," but he loves rock 'n' roll! Dave joins the show to explain the world of rock and roll, from Liverpool to Muswell Hill, London!

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