Month: February 2019

HORNBY AMERICA BRINGS BACK THE ICONIC CORGI BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE

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Hornby America is bringing a classic back. Since its initial release in 1969, the Corgi version of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine has been a sought-after toy for both die-cast and Beatles collectors alike.

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Sir Paul McCartney awarded Gold Blue Peter Badge

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Music legend tells the programme he’s now “made it” but that he “doesn’t really know how” to write songs. Sir Paul McCartney has sold over 700 million albums around the

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PEPPERLAND Brings The Beatles to The Lowry

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The Beatles’ ground-breaking 1967 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album is the inspiration behind Mark Morris Dance Group’s (MMDG) Pepperland, presented by Dance Consortium and making its The Lowry debut on

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THE BEATLES OWN A PIECE OF THE BREAKUP … For Over Half a Mil

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When The Beatles officially called it quits in 1970, there were several signs along the way the boys weren’t getting along … including a harsh letter to Paul‘s lawyer signed by John, George and Ringo. Now that

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The Day the Music Died

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But February made me shiver With every paper I’d deliver Bad news on the doorstep I couldn’t take one more step I can’t remember if I cried When I read

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John and Yoko Liverpool Exhibition Extended

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The ‘Double Fantasy John and Yoko’ exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool, which was due to end in April, has now been extended to 3rd November. So far, well over

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Beatles at war: The truth of the explosive rivalries that tore the band apart

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Lord Of The Rings director Sir Peter Jackson is re-editing old footage for new film Let It Be was supposed to show the geniuses at work but laid bare their

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