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Month: May 2020

Where John Lennon’s Rolls-Royce Is Today (And 11 Other Facts About It)

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During the height of The Beatles’ fame, co-lead singer and songwriter John Lennon went out and bought himself a fabulous car to match his new, fabulous image. This was the mid-60s, and

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Yesterday Movie’s Original Script Was A More Depressing Take On Beatles Fame

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Writer Jack Barth opens up about how his vaguely depressing script, Cover Version, was bought and turned into 2019’s romantic comedy, Yesterday. Jack Barth says his original script, Cover Version, had a

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‘Lost’ Beatles member Stuart Sutcliffe’s romance that made John Lennon ‘jealous’

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Long before Yoko Ono made her brooding presence felt in The Fab Four’s studio, another woman might have been held responsible by territorial fans for breaking up The Beatles. Astrid

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​PAUL ON ASTRID KIRCHHERR

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“Very sad news this week about Astrid Kirchherr. Astrid was a dear friend from my Hamburg days with The Beatles. Another friend, Klaus Voormann, told me she had passed away

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Astrid Kirchherr: a stylish outsider who saw beauty in the Beatles

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As the various obituaries that marked her passing testify, Astrid Kirchherr’s fate was to be forever associated with the Beatles, a group she met almost by accident and whose image

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The Beatles’ photographer and collaborator Astrid Kirchherr dies aged 81

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Legendary Beatles photographer and collaborator Astrid Kirchherr has died, aged 81. Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn revealed the news on Twitter, calling Kirchherr “intelligent, inspirational, innovative, daring, artistic, awake, aware, beautiful, smart, loving

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The Beatles Fab Four Cities – by Richard Porter, David Bedford and Susan Ratisher Ryan

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– The first travel guide to focus on the four cities that defined The Beatles: Liverpool, Hamburg, London and New York- Compiled by four leading Beatles authorities- Four port cities

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‘Paul Is Dead’: New Psychedelic Comic Explores Beatles Conspiracy Theory (First Look)

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The Beatles are so inextricably linked with rock n’ roll and 1960s culture, that it’s almost impossible to imagine our world without them. At the same time, their profound impact

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Liverpool International Beatleweek Cancelled

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It is with deep regret that we have to announce that the 2020 International Beatleweek will not take place. All customers will receive a more detailed and personal notification in

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50 Years Ago: The Beatles’ ‘Long and Winding Road’ Serves as Band’s Requiem

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By the time the public heard “The Long and Winding Road,” the Beatles were broken up. The song first showed up on the Let It Be album, which came out on May 8, 1970, in

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