Month: November 2018

You’ll never work again! Scouse music icon Gerry Marsden hangs up his microphone after 60-year career

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Sixties pop icon Gerry Marsden, famous for his football anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, is hanging up his guitar after almost 60 years of touring. The 76-year-old lead singer of

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29th November – Remembering George Harrison

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George Harrison passed away on this date in 2001. He will be remembered in our hearts and minds for all time. Here are some photos I took of George.  

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Ringo Starr Spread Peace & Love For The George Harrison Fund For UNICEF

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For this year’s Giving Tuesday, you could help spread some peace and love by using the Ringo Starr Facebook Frame and tagging 2 friends. To lend your support, simply visit this Facebook page, change

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WHAT WAS THE MOST STREAMED BEATLES SONG OF 2018?

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MORE YOUNG PEOPLE STREAM THE FAB FOUR’S MUSIC IN 2018 THAN THOSE WHO WERE AROUND IN THE 1960S. Here Comes The Sun has been named the most popular Beatles song

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Was Ringo Starr the Original Instagrammer?

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The former Beatles drummer on his love of photography (and cows) and how he almost chased his country music dreams By Jeff Slate Nov. 21, 2018 12:07 p.m. ET RELAXED

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Back for 50th-anniversary reissue, Beatles White album is still inspiring

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For an LP with a plain white cover, the Beatles eponymous ninth studio album – more commonly referred to as the “White Album” – has generated a mass of symbolism since its

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YELLOW SUBMARINE SOUNDS OFF WITH INSTRUMENT LINE

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Caroline Mickler has inked a deal with musical equipment distributor JHS on behalf of Apple Corps to produce a line of instruments and accessories for young children based on the

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The Beatles in Twickenham

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A new project is calling out for people’s personal memories of the Beatles’ association with Twickenham and the local area. A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, Day Tripper, Hey Jude, Let It

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Prudence Farrow on the Beatles’ “Dear Prudence” from the White Album: “I wished with all my heart John Lennon had never written the song”

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The Beatles’ 50th anniversary edition of “The White Album” has reinvigorated the song “Dear Prudence.” Never a single, “Dear Prudence” nonetheless became incredibly popular over the years. Not many people

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Signed Beatles memorabilia kept by the air stewardess who helped deliver the Fab Four’s passports to them in Germany after they left them at home goes on sale for £35,000

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A collection of signed Beatles memorabilia amassed by the Fab Four’s favourite air stewardess has emerged for sale for over £35,000. Olga Fogwill, who worked at London Airport in the 1960s, met

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