Here, There, and Everywhere: A Beatles Podcast

Join Jack Lawless as he asks notable people from different careers, accomplishments, and backgrounds one question: ”How did The Beatles influence your life?” To join our community of Beatles fans from around the world, follow us on Twitter and visit our website here: https://twitter.com/BeatlesEarth https://beatlesearth.com/

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Here, There, and Everywhere: A Beatles Podcast

Join Jack Lawless as he asks notable people from different careers, accomplishments, and backgrounds one question: ”How did The Beatles influence your life?” To join our community of Beatles fans from around the world, follow us on Twitter and visit our website here: https://twitter.com/BeatlesEarth https://beatlesearth.com/

Episodes

Wednesday Jul 20, 2022

Emmy Award winner, Larry Wilmore, has been a television producer, actor, comedian, and writer for more than 25 years.. He's written for and produced episodes of numerous classic TV shows such as "In Living Color", "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". Larry created "The Bernie Mac Show" and helped launch "black-ish" as an executive producer and "grown-ish" as a co-creator.  In this episode of "Here, There, and Everywhere", Larry and Jack talk about how Larry first got into The Beatles music, why their music is so different from music during the 60s and after, and Larry's best impressions of each Beatle. Larry can currently be heard as host of Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air on The Ringer Podcast Network. Larry can also be seen in Netflix’s Amend: The Fight for America where he also serves as Executive Producer. The series debuted in February and is hosted by Will Smith.   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out linktr.ee/BeatlesEarth, for more information!  

Wednesday Jul 13, 2022

In Part 2 of this episode, Elliot and Jack discuss Elliot's recent trip to Liverpool, their favorite Beatles, what John and George would think of social media and today's world, if John would've liked Nirvana, the crossroads of artificial intelligence and music and where The Beatles will be in the future. Listen to Part 1 here. Elliot's YouTube videos have become quite popular, averaging around half a million views each, since his channel launched in late 2020. He's ranked every single Paul McCartney and John Lennon album - and has ranked every single Beatles biopic as well. His videos are some of the best Beatles content out there and are absolutely worth watching - you can subscribe to his channel, ElliotRobertsVideos.  If you like this episode, be sure to subscribe to this podcast! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Or click here for more information: Linktr.ee/BeatlesEarth

Wednesday Jul 06, 2022

Elliot is a YouTuber who creates videos about The Beatles and their legacy. In this episode of the "Here, There, and Everywhere" Podcast, Elliot and Jack discuss how Elliot began making Beatles videos on YouTube, the many unreleased Beatles songs locked away in the mysterious Abbey Road "vault", George Harrison's "Be Here Now" song, Paul McCartney's "McCartney" and "Ram" albums, and so much more.  Elliot's YouTube videos have become quite popular, averaging around half a million views each, since his channel launched in late 2020. He's ranked every single Paul McCartney and John Lennon album - and has ranked every single Beatles biopic as well. His videos are some of the best Beatles content out there and are absolutely worth watching - you can subscribe to his channel, ElliotRobertsVideos.  If you like this episode, be sure to subscribe to this podcast! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Or click here for more information: Linktr.ee/BeatlesEarth

Wednesday Jun 29, 2022

James Campion is a columnist, music journalist, podcaster, and author of eight books - his latest is “Take a Sad Song - The Emotional Currency of 'Hey Jude.’” James joins Jack on the podcast to discuss his new book about the Beatles’ song, “Hey Jude”. James tells us about what inspired him to write an entire book about one song, the importance of "Hey Jude" for both the Beatles and the world, and which Beatles album this song would land on if it wasn’t a single.   Check out James' new book here: https://www.amazon.com/Take-Sad-Song-Emotional-Currency/dp/1493062379 Follow James on Twitter   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!

Wednesday Jun 22, 2022

Jack's conversation with Brittany Spanos continues with a fantastic sequel. Brittany and Jack discuss the origins and continuation of Beatles fan-fiction, Beatles biopics, and why The Beatles were the most effective pop band of all time.   Be sure to follow Brittany on Twitter: @ohheybrittany   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!    

Wednesday Jun 15, 2022

Brittany Spanos is a staff writer at Rolling Stone, where she covers music, fandom and pop culture. Brittany and Jack talk about how Brittany first got into The Beatles, the best Beatles karaoke songs, why she will always love a certain song by Ringo Starr, whether she prefers Phil Spector's Let it Be or Let it Be Naked, and more!   Follow Brittany on Twitter: @ohheybrittany   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!    

Wednesday Jun 01, 2022

Jack Lawless talks with filmmaker, actor, and activist, Rosanna Arquette about why The Beatles are relevant now more than ever, her favorite Beatles memories, the women of The Beatles, and more.    Follow Rosanna on Twitter: @RoArquette   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!

Wednesday May 25, 2022

Part 3 of Rob and Jack's epic conversation about why The Beatles have a similar legacy to timeless literature, why the women of The Beatles deserve more credit and recognition, what it's like for Rob and Jack to be living in a world with quick access to nearly everything The Beatles have ever done, and how they both contribute to sharing their love of The Beatles with the world. Thank you, Rob Sheffield, for being an amazing and captivating guest!    Check out Rob Sheffield's book 'Dreaming The Beatles'   Follow Rob on Twitter: @robsheff   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!

Wednesday May 18, 2022

Part 2 of our epic, extremely fun, and fast-paced conversation about The Beatles with Rob Sheffield. Rob Sheffield is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and has been covering music, TV, and pop culture since 1997. He is the New York Times best-selling author of five books, including 'Love Is A Mix Tape,' 'Talking To Girls About Duran Duran,' 'Turn Around Bright Eyes,' 'On Bowie' and 'Dreaming The Beatles.' Rob and Jack discuss how Paul McCartney pretty much only wrote songs about girls, how The Beatles were closer than the media made them out to be, how weird The Beatles are, and how the actual Beatles were weirded out by their own legacy.   Check out Rob Sheffield's book 'Dreaming The Beatles'   Follow Rob on Twitter: @robsheff   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!    

Wednesday May 11, 2022

Rob Sheffield is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and has been covering music, TV, and pop culture since 1997. He is the New York Times best-selling author of five books, including 'Love Is A Mix Tape,' 'Talking To Girls About Duran Duran,' 'Turn Around Bright Eyes,' 'On Bowie' and 'Dreaming The Beatles.' Rob & Jack sit down to discuss at length all things Beatles in this very special episode of the "Here, There, and Everywhere" podcast. How did Rob get into the Beatles? What separates the Beatles from other groups? Did the Beatles actually buy their own island from Greece only to return it a couple weeks later?    Check out Rob Sheffield's book 'Dreaming The Beatles'   Follow Rob on Twitter: @robsheff   John Lennon listening to Star Wars sound effects while making Double Fantasy   If you like this episode, be sure to rate it and leave a review! Subscribe to get notifications for each week's podcast. Follow us on Twitter: @BeatlesEarth and check out our website, BeatlesEarth.com, for more information!    

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