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Benedict Cumberbatch's Week In Music: Friendly Fires And The Beatles

By Lorna Greville  | 31st October 2012

The well spoken Sherlock Holmes hunk, Benedict Cumberbatch, is having a rather brilliant week; in two music driven stories, Cumberbatch has collaborated with Herfordshire's preeminent inditronica band Friendly Fire, and will be starring as the...

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On The Shelves: UK Album Release Round-up, October 29, 2012: Neil Young, Madness, Kylie Minogue, Calvin Harris, Skyfall Ost

By Hayley Avron | 29th October 2012

Psychedelic Pill is the 35th studio album from Neil Young and was written and recorded in collaboration with his sometime band, Crazy Horse, marking their first album of original material since Greendale...

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John Lennon's 72nd Birthday Celebrated, His Legacy Lives On

By Michael West | 10th October 2012

There are few people that have ever lived, who have changed the world and made such an enormous impact, that subsequently results in their memory being upheld, almost as sacred, all over the world, decades...

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I Love The Beatles But It’S Time To Move On: Jarvis Cocker Reviews John Lennon Letters Book

By Hayley Avron | 10th October 2012

Jarvis Cocker has reviewed the latest book to be have been published about The Beatles. 'The John Lennon Letters', edited by Hunter Davies, is a collection of missives from the late Beatles’ songwriter, dating from...

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New Tour Footage Of The Rolling Stones Emerges

By Contributor | 5th October 2012

The Rolling Stones can't let their long-time rivals The Beatles hog the limelight even after 50 years in the business. The two bands who blazed a trail throughout the 1960s are both celebrating their 50th...

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Record Breaking Choir Gathering In Liverpool For The Beatles’ 50th Anniversary

By Hayley Avron | 5th October 2012

Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first hit song, ‘Love Me Do’ (October 5, 2012). To mark the occasion, a choir of 1631 people gathered in the band’s home town of Liverpool to...

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Brian Epstein Bought 10,000 Copies Of ‘Love Me Do’ To Ensure The Beatles Chart Success

By Joe Wilde | 5th October 2012

A new documentary charting the rise of The Beatles has revealed that the band’s manager, Brian Epstein, was partly responsible for their initially success after he bought 10,000 copies of the group’s first single ‘Love...

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New 'Chip Shop' Footage From The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Emerges

By Contributor | 2nd October 2012

New clips showing The Beatles in their prime have been revealed on The footage of the fab four was believed to have been shot whilst they were filming the documentary The Magical Mystery Tour...

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Magical Mystery Tour: Unseen Footage Of The Beatles In Fish And Chip Shop Unveiled

By Hayley Avron | 2nd October 2012

Unseen footage of The Beatles visiting a Taunton fish and chip shop in 1967 has been uncovered by an Arena documentary team. The original scenes were part of footage show as the band were en...

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