The son-mother folk duo Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear went into the Black Sea Studio in Kansas City on June 18 with producer Gene Abramov and recorded a an acoustic-folk version of “Yellow Submarine” for a tribute to the Beatles album “Revolver” that radio host Howard Stern commissioned.
The son-mother folk duo Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear went into the Black Sea Studio in Kansas City on June 18 with producer Gene Abramov and recorded a an acoustic-folk version of “Yellow Submarine” for a tribute to the Beatles album “Revolver” that radio host Howard Stern commissioned. File photo by Keith Myers kmeyers@kcstar.com
The son-mother folk duo Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear went into the Black Sea Studio in Kansas City on June 18 with producer Gene Abramov and recorded a an acoustic-folk version of “Yellow Submarine” for a tribute to the Beatles album “Revolver” that radio host Howard Stern commissioned. File photo by Keith Myers kmeyers@kcstar.com
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KC’s Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear included in Howard Stern’s tribute to the Beatles’ ‘Revolver’

October 03, 2016 05:26 PM

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