Month: May 2019

Lost Beatles footage to be shown for first time in more than 50 years

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Clip features Fab Four performing Paperback Writer on Top of the Pops in 1966 Long-lost footage of a Beatles performance is to be shown for the first time in more

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A Message of Peace From Yoko

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Dear Friends, In 1969, John and I were so naïve to think that doing the Bed-In would help change the world. Well, it might have. But at the time, we

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Unseen Beatles: Hundreds of images are revealed charting the band’s rise to fame after worldwide hunt for footage of the Fab Four that has gathered dust in home drawers for decades

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Hundreds of incredible never-before-seen images snapped by fans offer a tantalising glimpse of The Beatles’ life away from concerts during their heyday. Pictures dusted off from lofts and home drawers

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As dad Paul performs tonight, Mary McCartney shows photos in Crescent City: ‘I edited with New Orleans … in mind’

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Black and white images of a louche model, pensive ballet dancers and a bed with rumpled sheets are at home on the walls of A Gallery for Fine Photography in New Orleans.

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Liverpool’s Cavern Club named the UK’s favourite small music venue

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There are thousands of music venues across the country, from hidden intimate gig spots to major stadiums that hold world tours. And while the biggest concert venues are in London,

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Imagine all the people: Beatles Story report record breaking attendance

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The Beatles Story is celebrating its best-ever year of attendance, breaking previous records for the fifth year running. Results show that the award-winning attraction welcomed a total of 310,894 visitors

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Forget Liverpool. Hamburg, Germany, made the Beatles into the band they became

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At the tender age of 8, I knew the Beatles were extraordinary. In their appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” they sang and played effortlessly, their timing perfect despite rarely

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Rare and controversial Beatles record owned by John Lennon sells for £180,000

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A rare and controversial Beatles record once belonging to John Lennon has sold at auction for £180,000. The so-called “butcher” cover of Yesterday And Today sparked outrage upon its unveiling

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Tributes to Monty Lister, the man who interviewed The Beatles

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Listeners and volunteers at Radio Clatterbridge have been saddened to learn of the death of one of the station’s founding members, the broadcaster Monty Lister. He was 92. Monty managed the station

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Yesterday review – Richard Curtis’ magical mystery tour of a world without the Beatles

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Imagine no Beatles, it’s not easy even if you try. No Yesterday, no Blackbird, no Sgt Pepper … and then … no Imagine, no all-time best Bond theme (Live and Let

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