Month: February 2019

The Grapes speak out on ‘missing’ Beatles memorabilia following fan uproar

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Last week iconic Mathew Street pub The Grapes reopened after a major refurbishment. The pub which dates back to the 1960s is known for its connections to the Beatles. Last year

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The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ Is Now The 4th-Highest Certified Release In U.S. History

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Bungalow Bill, Prudence, Rocky Raccoon and the rest of the Beatles’ celebrated White Album cast of characters have moved up the all-time charts. The Recording Industry Association of America unveiled Thursday that the

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Peter Tork

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We are very sad to hear of the passing of Peter Tork of the Monkees. Although The Monkees were formed as characters in a TV show, that very much mimicked

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In 1969 the fifth Beatle was heroin: John Lennon’s addiction took its toll on the band

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Fifty years ago, the Beatles entered their final year as a working rock ’n’ roll band. And in the ensuing decades, the reasons for their eventual disbandment have been debated ad

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Ringo Starr, Santana to Headline Woodstock 50th at Original Site

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Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the cultural center located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, N.Y., announced today (February 19), the first acts that will

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This is when iconic Grapes pub will reopen – as old sign is revealed

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A striking old sign has been revealed on The Grapes pub in Mathew Street as renovation work begins – and the building’s owner has confirmed the famous pub will reopen

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A Very Beatley May Day Holiday Weekend in London

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May Day! May Day! A very Beatley holiday weekend for the Mayday Holiday weekend: Friday 3rd May Beatles ‘Come Together’ Show at the Exchange Theatre, Twickenham https://exchangetwickenham.co.uk/…/cavern-beatles-present-…/ Saturday 5th May

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‘I took the last ever shot of the Beatles – and they were miserable!’

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‘George Harrison was miserable from frame one to frame 500,” says Ethan Russell. “He was so over it. I don’t think he did anything but scowl for three hours.” The photographer is

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Michael Jackson and George Harrison: Rare radio interview restored

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Forty years ago, two of music’s biggest stars walked into BBC Radio 1 and sat down to review the week’s new releases. Michael Jackson and George Harrison spent the next

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How Peter Jackson’s new version of ‘Let It Be’ will shatter your view of The Beatles

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The Lord Of The Rings director is set to release his own version of the classic Beatles film, documenting studio days Paul McCartney has described as “hell… the most miserable

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