Month: March 2020

50 years without The Beatles – the biggest band break-up in history

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It wasn’t quite the day the music died, but for Beatles fans the world over, it must have felt pretty close. On April 10, 1970, Paul McCartney issued a press

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Beatles: Why Mick Jagger Nearly Felt ‘Sick’ When He Heard ‘Love Me Do’

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“Love Me Do” was the Beatles’ first hit. It remains an iconic song. Few track better encapsulate the innocent rock ‘n’ roll of the Fab Four’s early hits. However, not everyone

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New Book – The Beatles Fab Four Cities: Liverpool Hamburg, London and New York

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Coming soon – a new book ‘The Beatles – Fab Four Cities: Liverpool, Hamburg, London and New York. By Richard Porter, David Bedford and Susan Ratisher Ryan, with much help

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Julian Lennon felt ‘cast aside’ by dad John Lennon

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John Lennon‘s son felt ”cast aside” when he embarked on a relationship with Yoko Ono. Julian Lennon has recalled how he felt the late Beatles legend had ”disappeared off the face of the planet”

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Jim James Covers The Beatles’ ‘The Inner Light’

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My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James shared video of the 1968 George Harrison-penned Beatles song “The Inner Light.” James covered the tune as part of The Material World Foundation’s “The Inner Light Challenge.”

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Remember This? Apple and the Beatles Went to Court 14 Years Ago Today

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There are a lot of things one could go to court over within the technology industry. Sometimes it’s over issues of structural abuse or censorship. Sometimes it’s a case involving

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Please Please Me – a Note from Your Blogger

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Thank you all for visiting my blog :>) As some of you will know – I am a Beatles tour guide in London – something I’ve been doing for 30

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Beatlemania begins: the Alloa gig that introduced the world to The Beatles

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It’s 60 years since an unknown band took to the stage of Alloa Town Hall and began a musical revolution, finds Sandra Dick For excitement-starved young people in one of Scotland’s sixties

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SOPAC Lights Up Marquee With Beatles Message of Love

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Joining several theatres across the country in a musical message of joy, the South Orange Performing Arts Center recently posted the title of the Beatles’ iconic hit song “All You

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Road trips, yoga and LSD with the dentist: what the Beatles did next

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Fifty years after the band announced their split, Craig Brown looks back at the Fab Four’s remarkable return to ‘normal’ life On 29 August 1966, the Beatles closed their set

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