Modern Musicology #53 – The Beatles Go SOLO!

Modern Musicology #53 The Beatles Go Solo

What happens when one of the most successful and most influential bands ever, which literally changed the face of music, breaks up? Well, if you’re a Beatle, you go on to an equally important and prosperous solo career. In this episode, the Modern Musicology gang takes a look at the post-Beatles careers of George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Ringo StarrWe discuss where each member was, musically and personally, at the time of the Beatles’ split, and how their paths diverged as they launch their individual careers. We also talk about the various other bands that became part of the post-Beatles careers: Wings, the Plastic Ono Band, the Traveling Wilburys, and even The Firemen

We’d love to hear from you. What was your favorite post-Beatles solo album? Which Beatle had the most significant solo career to you? Drop us a line at or leave a comment wherever you find our episode! And don’t forget to rate us on your favorite podcast app!

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