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Month: September 2020

The late Robert Freeman was the Beatles’ favourite photographer – and now his entire archive has been stolen

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When the photographer Robert Freeman died in November last year, at the age of 82, he left behind a substantial, albeit disorderly, archive. But within weeks, his life’s work had

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The women who shaped, seduced and scarred John Lennon: New book reveals untold stories of the mother whose death the Beatle never got over, Britain’s first female pop star, and how Yoko Ono begged to be his lover (because she’d gone off sex)

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John Lennon was the chippy, clever, quick-witted Beatle, a snarl of contradictions: both vicious brute and snivelling baby. He was hardly halfway through his natural life when it was extinguished.  More than

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Love The Beatles? Then all you need is Hamburg! It’s 60 years since the Fab Four first performed in this German gem

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Hamburg in Germany is all about The Beatles – it’s where ‘the Fab Four’ played in their early days  Almost 60 years ago to the day, they backed a singer/guitarist

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The Beatles: Paul McCartney shares childhood photo with George Harrison and Ivan Vaughan

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Before The Beatles, John Lennon formed The Quarrymen in 1956. A year later Paul McCartney joined, before George Harrison in 1958. Lennon’s childhood friend Ivan Vaughan introduced him to McCartney on July 6, 1957 at

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September 4th 1962 – the Beatles Record ‘Love Me Do’ at EMI Studios, Abbey Road

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On September 4th 1962 The Beatles recorded their first single, Love Me Do, at EMI Studios, Abbey Road. They had first been to the Studios on June 6th 1962, for

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50 Years After The Beatles Split, PEOPLE Celebrates the Band in a Special Edition

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When The Beatles broke up 50 years ago, an era ended. In fact, just a decade had passed since John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and their pre-Ringo Starr bandmates,

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Five Star Review for London Beatles Walk

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Still not many people on my London Beatles Walks – so it is especially nice to get such a nice review :>) “Fantastic tour! Richard was a brilliant tour guide

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‘No Pakistanis’ by The Beatles: Satire or a racist attack on the influx of immigration?

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Musical history’s most revered rock group, The Beatles, had once stirred chaos all across Britain as well as parts of the world, over their infamous song, Get Out.  Originally titled as No

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NJ 2020 FEST – OCTOBER 9-11, 2020 RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 19-21, 2021 AT THE HYATT REGENCY JERSEY CITY

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Dear Fellow Beatles Fans, As our world has been rocked by the Covid-19 pandemic (in an entirely different way than how The Beatles have rocked our lives) we can all

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