Martina McBride and Billy Ray Cyrus were part of a star-studded three-day event over the weekend (Aug. 22-24) to honor legendary rock group the Beatles. The two country singers joined with several other artists at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the the group's first appearance in the city.
Beatlemania is a term that originated during the 1960s to describe the intense fan frenzy directed toward British rock band The Beatles during the early years of their success. The word is similar to the much earlier term Lisztomania, used to describe fan reaction to the concerts of pianist Franz Liszt.
Blake Shelton and his bromantic partner Adam Levine strapped on guitars and performed the Beatles' classic 'With a Little Help From My Friends' with a little help from their friends, er, co-coaches. The show's four mentors hit the stage together on Monday's (June 17) episode of 'The Voice.'