This weekend will be rife with memories of late Beastie Boys musician Adam Yauch and the celebration of his life began Friday (May 3) in Brooklyn Heights, New York where the park where he played as a kid was officially named Adam Yauch Park in his honor. Today (May 4) officially marks the one-year anniversary of his death and there has been a movement over the last year to rename the Palmetto Play
Last year, fans still in shock from the death of influential Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch gathered together in New York's Union Square to share their memories of the late emcee, and this year the second annual 'MCA Day' is set to take place in Brooklyn to salute Yauch's memory.
The surviving Beastie Boys and the estate of late member Adam Yauch have filed a lawsuit against Monster Energy for the unauthorized use of their music in a new promotional campaign -- and as the recently filed will of Yauch makes clear, the group will never agree to license its songs for ads.
When Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch of the Beastie Boys passed away earlier this year (May 4), it was a devastating blow to the music community. However, just a few short months later, fans are coming together to celebrate his life.
The death of Beastie Boys emcee Adam Yauch hit a lot of people hard, but there were some fans who immediately rallied to make sure that the man also known as MCA would get his day in his hometown of New York.
The music world is still mourning the loss of Beastie Boys member Adam 'MCA' Yauch, who passed away on May 4, 2012 at the age of 47. The Beastie Boys’ legacy was cemented with their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and it’s fitting because no rap outfit ever showed as much rock influence as the Beasties. Yauch himself was a ...