Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine’ Shoes, Richard Sherman Rant Set to Music, Alice in Chains ‘Jar of Flies’ Turns 20 + More – Top Stories of the Week
It's time for a recap of the week that was. From a new Beatles fashion to Seattle Seahawk's Richard Sherman's tirade set to music, here are the stories that grabbed your attention above all else this past week.
Two weeks after Black Sabbath announced their new line of sneakers, the Beatles have unveiled some brand new shoes of their own. But unlike the Sabbath sneaks, which are inspired by four different albums made by the original band lineup, the new Fab shoes grab images solely from the group's 1968 animated movie 'Yellow Submarine.'
As much as the AFC title game was a clash of two legends, in the NFC it was two up-and-comers going at it, and it was a MUCH closer game.
By 1994, Alice in Chains were not only one of grunge’s biggest names, but already counted among the world’s most popular rock bands. So popular that what started as a casual attempt to blow off some creative steam – the brief collection of acoustic songs named ‘Jar of Flies’ released on Jan. 25, 1994 – became the first EP in music history to enter the Billboard charts at No. 1.
Apparently, love WON'T keep them together. The Captain & Tennille are getting divorced after 39 years of marriage.