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Month: November 2019

Paul McCartney confirms Glastonbury slot with cryptic Twitter post

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Macca’s heading to Worthy Farm! Paul McCartney has seemingly confirmed that he will headline Glastonbury next year, after sharing a cryptic clue on his Twitter account. The Beatles icon shared an image of American composer

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Photographer of swinging 60s Terry O’Neill dies aged 81

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Terry O’Neill, the photographer who chronicled London’s 1960s culture by capturing the celebrities and public figures who defined the era, has died aged 81. O’Neill, who was awarded a CBE

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Paul McCartney on Life, Art and Business After the Beatles

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He’s No. 1 in Billboard chart history with The Beatles — plus No. 12 on his own. Now, at 77, Paul McCartney is writing a musical and reclaiming the rights to his Beatles songs

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Billboard’s Top 125 Artists of All Time: The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Mariah Carey, Madonna & More

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Ranking the top performers in the history of the Hot 100 songs chart and Billboard 200 albums tally. On the occasion of Billboard‘s 125th anniversary, our charts team created an equally

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EPSTEIN STATUE APPEAL NEEDS A BIT OF HELP FROM BRIAN’S FRIENDS TO HIT TARGET

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Less than two weeks left to support legacy campaign ______________________________________________________________________________  A Crowdfunder campaign to create a lasting legacy to former Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein has less than two weeks left

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Here’s how to have a Beatles pub crawl in Liverpool

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In May 2016, I sat down and discussed all the pubs that had Beatles history attached to them. For research purposes (honest) I went out and drank copious amounts of

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Paul McCartney on the Passing of Robert Freeman

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Paul on the passing of Robert Freeman: Dear Robert Freeman has passed away. He was one of our favourite photographers during the Beatles years who came up with some of

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The Beatles ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ is “the perfect pop song”, according to science

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The Beatles‘ 1968 track ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ has been declared the most perfect pop song ever written by researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Germany. The scientists analysed 80,000 different

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Robert Freeman

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Robert Freeman, long time photographer of The Beatles, has passed away. Robert created some of the most iconic images of the band, and were featured on the album covers of

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Joe Walsh Channeled George Harrison for John Lennon Song.

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Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh said he was delighted with his contribution to “Grow Old With Me,” a John Lennon song that appears on Ringo Starr’s new album, What’s My Name. The recording also features Paul McCartney on bass, while a string

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