Last night (Feb. 9), a momentous television event aired on CBS celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' arrival to the United States. The band's performance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' introduced America to the Beatles, beginning the biggest rock and roll revolution of all time. In tribute to that day, 'The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles' aired featuring performances from Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, along with Foo Fighters / Nirvana rocker Dave Grohl.
We recently caught up with Fozzy singer and WWE wrestling legend Chris Jericho before a recent taping of 'Monday Night Raw' in Brooklyn, N.Y. We spoke with Jericho about both wrestling and his plans for Fozzy in the near future, but we were also given a close-up look at Jericho's new tattoos which pay tribute to Iron Maiden, Metallica, Helloween and the Beatles.
Today marks the 70th birthday of the most prolific musician in the history of rock music, Paul McCartney. It's difficult to imagine any band taking the Beatles' spot as the undisputed greatest rock act of all time -- and although over 50 years has passed since the Beatles formed, countless acts still cover the music of the mop-topped kids from Liverpool.
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