Celebrity auctioneer Darren Julien is giving avid bidders the chance to be buried in the original crypt of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley. This bid is part of Julien’s “Music Icons” auction to be held beginning on June 23 in Julien’s Auction house in Beverly Hills.
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The Jenner sisters Kendall and Kylie were spotted on Monday night at Stack Restaurant & Bar at the Mirage.
Last weekend, Hollywood A-listers came out for the world premiere of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney’s new video, “My Valentine” in West Hollywood, Calif.
It was a typical glamorous Southern California party in El Segundo Saturday, with free-flowing booze, a plethora of beautiful women and rock stars from Velvet Revolver and the Village People—and then Gene Simmons showed up.
New York City’s trendiest partygoers embarked on Chelsea’s art district on Thursday night for an unexpected thrill at Kim Crawford Wines’ interactive art event with famed fashion photographer Miles Aldridge
Earlier this morning, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas at the Venetian welcomed the Abbey Road Traveling Experience. The exhibit, on display through May 28, features a recreation of The Beatles’ iconic “Abbey Road” album cover.
Summer is just around the corner, and as expected, the San Francisco Symphony has just announced its long-awaited lineup. Summer & The Symphony features a diverse roster of summer concerts for everyone – from classical music lovers, to pop fans, cinephiles and families – which include the world premiere of Pixar in Concert, appearances from Natalie Merchant, the acrobats and circus performers of Cirque Musica and Michael Feinstein.
The Beatles have been known for the most phenomenal, music icons to have ever graced the stage, with late great star, John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and let’s not forget, Paul McCartney. Ironically, they’ve all have been given a star, except for McCartney, who will finally be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, right in the front of the Capital Records building.
Hotel perks just keep getting better and better. In this particular case, especially for Beatles’ and Rock ‘n’ Roll enthusiasts.
A 1965 Aston Martin DB5 that was previously owned by Beatles guitarist George Harrison has sold for $549,045 at a recent Coys of London Auction.