Kenneth Womack

Kenneth Womack is the author of a two-volume biography of the life and work of Beatles producer George Martin. He is Dean of the Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Monmouth University. His latest book, "Solid State: The Story of Abbey Road and the End of the Beatles," is forthcoming in October 2019.

Bruce Springsteen's lyrics offer a British-Pakistani teen hope in "Blinded by the Light" Kenneth Womack
La la la la lovely Linda: Remembering love and laughter with Linda McCartney’s "Wide Prairie" Kenneth Womack
Revisiting the brilliance of "McGear," Paul McCartney's brother Mike's 1974 solo album Kenneth Womack
Four new Paul McCartney reissues prove he's a master of the live show Kenneth Womack
A Beatles expert on "Yesterday": Is Danny Boyle's jukebox fantasy worthy of the Fab Four? Kenneth Womack
Bruce Springsteen's "Western Stars" album packs sweeping cinematic power Kenneth Womack
Alan Parsons, prog rock Prospero? Kenneth Womack
Billie Eilish is the new pop intelligentsia Kenneth Womack
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's confessional, unapologetic "Wedding Album" Kenneth Womack
"Daisy Jones and the Six": A behind-the-music novel that nails the truth about rock 'n' roll Kenneth Womack
George Harrison's spectacular comeback: What 1979 meant for his post-Beatles career Kenneth Womack
Ariana Grande and the Beatles have even more in common than sales records Kenneth Womack
"Let It Be" shows the dark side of the Beatles. It doesn't need an upbeat revision Kenneth Womack
In 1969 the fifth Beatle was heroin: John Lennon's addiction took its toll on the band Kenneth Womack
Wings was a better band than Paul McCartney or his critics think Kenneth Womack