Month: April 2019

Liverpool production company’s Cavern Club documentary set for festival launch

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The production company behind BBC dramas Broken, Care and Moving On has produced a new Beatles inspired documentary set for top billing at an international festival this week. LA Factual,

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John Lennon Biopic ‘Nowhere Boy’ Acquired For Musical Stage Development

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EXCLUSIVE: Nowhere Boy, the 2009 John Lennon biopic about the teenage years of the future Beatle, is being developed as a stage musical, Deadline has learned. Producers Brian and Dayna Lee of AF

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Celebration for the Blue Plaque at 3 Savile Row – 28th April.

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There will be an informal gathering outside 3 Savile Row on Sunday 28th April to celebrate the new Blue Plaque which marks The Beatles’ rooftop concert in January 1969. Richard

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Jim Irsay buys piano John Lennon used to compose ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ songs

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Jim Irsay’s pricey collection of music memorabilia just got bigger. The Indianapolis Colts owner tweeted Saturday morning that he is now the steward of the piano John Lennon used to compose songs

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Abbey Road Visited and Revisited

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Fifty years ago on this day in Beatles history (Friday, April 18), George Harrison recorded to perfection the raucous guitar solo on “Old Brown Shoe” in Studio Three at EMI Recording Studios.

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How ‘Yesterday’ Helmer Danny Boyle Made The Beatles Disappear Onscreen

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The film, about a struggling singer-songwriter who discovers that he’s the only person who remembers the British rockers, will be one of several musical films taking center stage at this

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Magical history tour: on the Beatles trail in Rishikesh

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Competing wafts of dung and dope thread through a dust-hazed jostle of holy cows, holy men and the bandanna-headed westerners who shuffle among them. Gaudy posters hang from every balcony

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Co-Author of Controversial Beatles Book Wants Unheard Interview Tapes Released

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In 1983, Peter Brown and Steven Gaines’ The Love You Make hit bookstores and caused a huge commotion among Beatles fans. In an interview with Billboard, Gaines said he and Brown conducted somewhere between 60 and 80 hours

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Police log books from The Beatles’ first visit to the US have gone on display

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Rare documents were almost destroyed Police log books for officers who protected The Beatles from screaming fans on their first trip to America have been unveiled. The records, which have been donated to

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Here Comes the Sun – Mersey Beatles roll back the years to Abbey Road

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The Mersey Beatles, Palace Theatre, Redditch IT’S probably the most famous album cover in the world – four members of a pop group walking on a zebra crossing in Abbey

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