Month: July 2018

Sony/ATV seeks dismissal of latest case over Beatles concert documentary

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Sony/ATV has asked a New York court to dismiss the latest legal battle in relation to a documentary film about the first ever Beatles concert Stateside. This dispute goes back

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Sir Paul McCartney announces first UK live dates in over three years – here’s how you can get tickets

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Paul McCartney’s Freshen Up Tour Dates December 12 – Liverpool’s Echo Arena December 14 – The SSE Hydro in Glasgow December 16 – London’s O2 Arena Full ticket details are

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Paul McCartney to Play in Liverpool??

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Liverpool’s Echo Arena’s cryptic tweets have internet wondering if a big announcement is coming. The Echo Arena has been sending out some very cryptic tweets today which have left a lot

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Meeting Paul McCartney – with Dalia Pinkus

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On 27th May 1997 I was doing my London Beatles Walk as usual. I was with my group at the Abbey Road crossing when I saw Paul McCartney’s car coming

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Paul McCartney’s Producer Greg Kurstin Breaks Down ‘Egypt Station’

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Paul McCartney cut most of his new album, Egypt Station, in Los Angeles and Sussex, England, but for the finishing touches, there was only one place to go: Abbey Road in London.

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Paul Announces First Dates of New Tour

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THE ‘FRESHEN UP’ TOUR 2018 FIRST 2018 DATES ANNOUNCED OF NEW TOUR September 17: Quebec City, QC – the Videotron Centre September 20: Montreal, QC – Bell Centre September 28

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Roy Carr

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I am very sorry to hear of the passing of Roy Carr. Along with Tony Tyler, he wrote the first Beatles book I ever owned ‘The Beatles – An Illustrated

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Yellow Submarine Surfaces

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In the build up to its cinema screenings, starting this weekend, expect a lot more publicity about ‘Yellow Submarine’. Here is the front cover of the UK magazine ‘Big Issue’

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July 2nd 1963 Remembering the Beatles’ Greatest BBC Session

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On a 1963 episode of their ‘Pop Goes the Beatles show,’ the group covered their idols and showed that they were ready to surpass them There always comes a time

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