Howard Stern will feature a unique collection of artists to pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Beatles Revolver album on “Howard Stern’s Tribute to The Beatles’ Revolver.”
The show will premiere on Sirius/XM Radio’s Howard 101 channel at 5 p.m. ET on Oct 7.
The special, which will be broadcast like an album, will feature Joe Bonamassa (“Taxman”), Jewel (“Eleanor Rigby”), The Milk Carton Kids (“I’m Only Sleeping”), Rachael Yamagata (“Love You To”), James Taylor (“Here, There and Everywhere”), Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear (“Yellow Submarine”), Cheap Trick (“She Said She Said”), Grace Potter (“Good Day Sunshine”), Gov’t Mule (“And Your Bird Can Sing”), Grouplove (“For No One”), J Mascis (“Doctor Robert”), O.A.R. (“I Want To Tell You”), Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (“Got To Get You Into My Life”) and Living Colour (“Tomorrow Never Knows”).
Cheap Trick was the first to sign on to the project, according to the Stern fan site marksfriggin.com.
The recordings were done in several different places. Bonamassa’s “Taxman” was recorded live at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, while Taylor recorded “Here, There and Everywhere” in a home-made studio in a hotel closet while on tour. O.A.R and Living Colour both recorded their versions in Stern’s studio.