An old Beatles performance contract set to be auctioned gives some new insight into the values of the Fab Four early in their career. The document is for a 1965 concert and states that the group "not be required to perform in front of a segregated audience." Host Audie Cornish has more.
In the early 1990s, director Cameron Crowe went out to Seattle just as the band was starting out. What followed is chronicled in Crowe's new documentary, Pearl Jam 20. Crowe and longtime band manager Kelly Curtis talk about what has kept the grunge godfathers kicking for so long.
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