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Sgt. Pepper Art Tops Albums Poll

17th June 2011

The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has topped a new poll of best album covers.The colourful artwork on the 1967 classic, which features the Fab Four in a park, surrounded by cut-outs of...

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Sir Paul Mccartney's Lawyers Block Cartoon Sale

16th June 2011

A sale of cartoon drawings by Sir Paul Mccartney has been put on hold after a last-minute intervention by the Beatles legend's lawyers over an ownership issue.The cartoons were created by the Let It Be...

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Sir Paul Mccartney's Christmas Tree Joy

14th June 2011

Sir Paul Mccartney was delighted to get rid of aides and hangers-on after The Beatles split, so he could finally fulfil his dream of buying his own Christmas tree.The Hey Jude hitmaker became frustrated in...

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The Things They Say 21982

14th June 2011

"I think it's highly likely... I think we would have mellowed to the point where we would have said, 'Come on, let's do it.'" Paul Mccartney believes the Beatles would have reunited had John Lennon...

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The Things They Say 21976

14th June 2011

"I didn't know I was making an album; I was just keeping going... It was really me just sorta trying to find something to do, rather than just drink and watch TV." Paul Mccartney on...

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The Beatles Gambled With Minnesota Programme Cash

12th June 2011

The Beatles gambled away the proceeds from sales of their programmes as they waited to take the stage at Minnesota's Twins Stadium in 1965.Ray Crump, the equipment manager for the venue's home baseball team, the...

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Sir Paul Mccartney And Ono Celebrate Beatles Show Anniversary

9th June 2011

Sir Paul Mccartney and John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono hit Las Vegas on Wednesday (08Jun11) to celebrate Cirque du Soleil's hit Beatles show.George Harrison's widow Olivia and rocker son Dhani also showed up for the...

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Michael Jackson 'Thriller' Jacket To Sell For $400k?

8th June 2011

Michael Jackson's iconic 'Thriller' jacket could sell for as much as $400k when it is auctioned later this month. It is estimated that Jackson's recognisable red-and-black jacket will fetch within the region of $200k-$400k but...

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The Beatles Assistant: 'Lazy Lennon Was Always Sleeping'

6th June 2011

The Beatles' longtime assistant Tony Bramwell is convinced the Fab Four would not have recorded as many classics in their later years had it not been for Paul Mccartney - because John Lennon was too...

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Johnson Snubbed Beatles White House Invite

6th June 2011

U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson turned down his daughter's request to invite The Beatles to the White House - because he felt the timing was all wrong following the assassination of his predecessor John F....

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Comedy Duo Couldn't Understand Lennon Backstage At Ed Sullivan Show

5th June 2011

The comedy duo which appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show when The Beatles made their iconic U.S. TV debut couldn't understand a word John Lennon said when he met them backstage.Mitzy MCCall and Charlie Brill...

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Rubber Soul Inspired Brian Wilson To Write Pet Sounds

3rd June 2011

Beach Boys star Brian Wilson has credited the Beatles' Rubber Soul album and marijuana for inspiring the iconic Pet Sounds recordings.The Good Vibrations hitmaker hosted a listening party at his home when the Fab Four's...

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Brian Epstein's Life To Be Made Into Biopic

3rd June 2011

Legendary Beatles manager Brian Epstein's life is to be turned into a biopic, which will unearth secrets about the gay svengali.Broadway producer Vivek Tiwary has been developing the project, titled The Fifth Beatle, for years,...

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Ringo Starr Survived The Blitz

27th May 2011

The Beatles star Ringo Starr cheated death when he was just a baby after a Nazi bomb was dropped on his street, according to a new book.The drummer's native Liverpool, England was targeted in German...

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Liam Gallagher Wants Johnny Depp For Beatles Movie

23rd May 2011

British rocker-turned-film producer Liam Gallagher wants Johnny Depp to take on a starring role in his forthcoming movie about The Beatles.Former Oasis frontman Gallagher is bringing Richard DiLello's book, The Longest Cocktail Party, to life...

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The Beatles Entourage Set To Reunite For Cirque Du Soleil Anniversary

22nd May 2011

A few members and associates of the Beatles are set to get together in Las Vegas on 8 June to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Cirque Du Soleil's 'Love', the music-driven circus show from THE...

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Rare Shots Of The Beatles' First U.s. Gig Up For Auction

20th May 2011

Rare photographs of The Beatles' first ever concert in the U.S. are expected to fetch a total of $100,000 (£62,500) in July (11) when they are auctioned off in New York.The Fab Four made their...

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Sir Paul Mccartney Mania Hits Peru

10th May 2011

Sir Paul Mccartney was given a hero's welcome upon arriving in Peru on Sunday (08May11) as thousands of fans gathered at the airport to catch a glimpse of the Beatles legend.Devotees armed with homemade banners...

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Beatles Trumpeter Mason Dead

9th May 2011

David Mason, the trumpeter who played on the Beatles' Penny Lane, has died at the age of 85.He passed away on 29 April (11) after a brief battle with leukaemia. Paul MCCartney hired Mason for...

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Ac/ac Dc Rule Out Going Digital

9th May 2011

Rockers Ac Dc have ruled out following in the footsteps of the Beatles by bringing their music into the digital age as they are determined not to let their tracks be sold as internet downloads.The...

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Paul Mccartney Announces Engagement To Nancy Shevell

7th May 2011

Musical legend Paul Mccartney has announced that he is engaged to his American girlfriend Nancy Shevell. Paul Mccartney is seventeen years older than Shevell, and having been friends for years, the pair began dating four...

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Sir Paul Mccartney Proposes To Girlfriend Nancy

6th May 2011

Sir Paul Mccartney, the 68-year-old Beatles songwriter, has become engaged to his girlfriend of four years Nancy Shevell, according to People Magazine. Paul Mccartney met the New York businesswoman during a trip to the Hamptons...

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The Things They Say 21381

25th April 2011

"When I first met them I wasn't convinced that they were able to write a good song. But now, looking back on history, the catalogue of songs that they have conceived is fantastic. And I...

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Beatles, Stones And Sex Pistols To Form Olympic Supergroup?

24th April 2011

The stars of Britain's most famous rock groups, including the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Sex Pistols, have been tipped to come together to form a spectacular supergroup for the launch of the London Olympics.Organisers of...

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George Harrison Diaries To Be Published

22nd April 2011

Unseen photographs, personal letters, and diaries written by late Beatles star George Harrison are to be published in an illustrated history of his life.The legendary musician's widow Olivia will reveal dozens of previously unreleased documents...

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Ringo Starr's Home Saved After Last-minute Ruling

20th April 2011

The birthplace of Beatles legend Ringo Starr has been saved from demolition after a dramatic last-minute intervention by the British government.Officials in the drummer's hometown of Liverpool, England are planning to bulldoze dozens of dilapidated...

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Lady Gaga: 'I'm Like Perfectionist Lennon'

19th April 2011

Pop singer Lady Gaga has likened herself to Beatles legend John Lennon - because she too is "perpetually unhappy" with her finished products.The Bad Romance hitmaker admits she struggles with such strong bouts of perfectionism...

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Sir Paul Mccartney Piano Hits High Note At Auction

16th April 2011

The piano Sir Paul Mccartney used to write The Beatles' classic Yesterday has sold for $240,000 (£150,000).The singer sat at the 1926 Art Deco green miniature piano to compose the melody to Yesterday at singer...

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John Lennon's Lucy Lyrics Up For Auction

13th April 2011

John Lennon's handwritten lyrics to classic Beatles tune Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds are to be auctioned off in Los Angeles next month (May11).Bosses at auction house Profiles in History expect the Fab Four...

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The Beatles' First Contract Up For Auction

10th April 2011

The Beatles' first recording contract is expected to fetch at least $80,000 (£50,000) when it is put up for grabs at auction.The seven-page document contains the signatures of the band's original line-up, including John W....

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