Friday, November 16, 2018

NEW MUSIC

FAB4RADIO.COM 
PRESENTS
THE NEW MUSIC HOUR!

Hear new music from:

*APPLE JAM
*MONA LISA TWINS
*ELM TREASON
*THE WEEKLINGS


many more...  


4:00P.M. CST
10:00P.M. Liverpool Time

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Beep Beep mmm Beep Beep ... Yeah

MONA LISA TWINS




listen to their interview
on 
SOMETHING ABOUT THE BEATLES

If all you know about this sister act out of Austria is an array of Beatles covers on Youtube, then you don’t know the Mona Lisa Twins. They are the present-day embodiment of the ripples of waves begun when the Beatles entered popular consciousness over half a century ago; a manifestation of what Geoff Baker called “a good way of looking at the world.”
Lots of great artists emerged from the sixties and afterward, inspired by a force that The Beatles embodied and then set into motion. This puts the Mona Lisa Twins in good company. Listen and discover.
http://somethingaboutthebeatles.com/148-nothing-today-conversation-mona-lisa-twins

Friday, November 02, 2018

FAB4RADIO.COM ** ANOTHER CLUE FOR YOU ** CONTEST

NOVEMBER 2018
CONTEST

When you hear a song on 
FAB4RADIO.COM
with this clue at the beginning of the song
"Here's another clue for you all"

right down the song 
and email us the song that followed the clue
at
fab4radio@ymail.com

It's that easy!

*Prizes 

*Egypt Station CD




*The Beatles in India
Paul Saltzman's book of
photographs of The Beatles in India

*APPLE JAM

OFF THE WHITE ALBUM
ships 11/22






The Roof



HE WAS THERE! Apple Records former US manager Ken Mansfield takes a touching and comprehensive look back on one of Rock’n’Roll’s most significant events, while bringing an insider’s perspective to the days leading up to those 42 fascinating minutes of the Beatles monumental Rooftop Concert.

Thursday, November 01, 2018

CLUE ????

"HERE IS ANOTHER CLUE FOR YOU ALL"

watch this page for more details

TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT

APPLE JAM


The Roof


HE WAS THERE! Apple Records former US manager Ken Mansfield takes a touching and comprehensive look back on one of Rock’n’Roll’s most significant events, while bringing an insider’s perspective to the days leading up to those 42 fascinating minutes of the Beatles monumental Rooftop Concert.