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Watch New Video for George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” Featuring Over 40 Celebrity Cameos

Includes SNL Cast Members, Mark Hamill, Ringo Starr, Reggie Watts, Tim and Eric, and Many More

Dec 15, 2021

A new video has been shared for George Harrison’s 1970 song “My Sweet Lord.” The video, which includes over 40 celebrity cameos, features SNL alumni Fred Armisen and Vanessa Bayer as metaphysical special agents who are instructed by an agency-head (played by Mark Hamill) to search for that which can’t be seen. Along the way, they run into a barrage of characters played by an assortment of different celebrities, including Ringo Star, Reggie Watts, Tim and Eric, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Jon Hamm, Taika Waititi, and many more. More

Jun 10, 2021

George Harrison’s acclaimed third solo album, All Things Must Pass, is being reissued in honor of its 50th anniversary. The album has been remixed and is due out in a the variety of formats on August 6 via Capitol/UMe. More

Soundtracking the Resistance - Taxing Problems

Music and Taxes: The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Primal Scream, Sharon Jones, The Knife, and More

Apr 21, 2017

This week we’re going to build bridges, albeit of a temporary and highly specific kind. Because if there’s one thing that unites people, it’s the confusion, frustration, and panic brought on by the tax filing deadline. More


Aug 02, 2021

The 50th anniversary edition of George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass is an epic document of the album’s genius, including a wealth of extras and a sonic upgrade consistent with its author’s wishes. More

Oct 30, 2017

George Harrison would have turned 74 this year. He died in 2001 and his untimely death at such a relatively young age still haunts his fans, whose admiration for Harrison extends far beyond his role as one of the four Beatles, or even as a solo musical artist. More

Oct 13, 2017

For some time now the rock musician memoir or autobiography has become a cottage industry, producing critically acclaimed books and publishing bestsellers. One of the first truly significant rock musician memoirs was I Me Mine written by George Harrison and published in 1980. More