Liverpool ‘Beatles Pub’ Gets Top Architectural Listing

It's a Liverpool institution that was a favourite hangout of The Beatles. Now, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms has become the first Victorian-era English pub to be given Grade I listed status. "The Phil", as it's known in the city, was ...
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Ringo Starr “loved” Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle’s Beatles movie ‘Yesterday’

Ringo Starr has given the thumbs up to Yesterday, the recent Beatles movie directed by Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis. Speaking from the red carpet of the Global Citizen Awards at the Royal Albert Hall, Ringo appeared to not remember ...
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Huey Lewis & The News are Back!

I know this is a predominantly Beatles site, but I must admit, as a music lover, I have always had an affinity for Huey Lewis & The News (among others). I just heard they are to release a new album ...
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Paul Announces #FreshenUpTour Dates in France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany!

Following confirmation of his headline slot at the 2020 Glastonbury Festival next June, today Paul announces new shows in France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany to take place next year. Pre-sale tickets for the France shows will be available to purchase ...
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THE TRUTH BEHIND THE BRAWL BETWEEN JOHN LENNON AND CHRIS MONTEZ IN 1963! EXCLUSIVE!

Eyewitness accounts finally reveal what really happened in the brawl between John Lennon and Chris Montez, which has become one of the great urban legends of rock & roll! It was March, 1963. Chris Montez’s rock & roll career had just ...
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Paul McCartney Secretly Sneaked into a Cinema to Watch ‘Yesterday’ and “loved it”

From The National Music Express by Damian Jones Paul McCartney has admitted that he’s seen The Beatles inspired movie Yesterday and that he “loved it”. The Danny Boyle directed film stars Himesh Patel as singer/songwriter Jack Malik, who lives in a world where nobody knows ...
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Rod Stewart unveils model railway set … 26 years in the making

from The National-Scotland The rock singer's model layout, called Grand Street and Three Rivers City, is based on an American city in the 1940s and spans 1500 square ft. The sprawling depiction of a post-war, heavily industrialised city was inspired ...
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The Fab Four Play for an Audience that Barely Outnumbers Them

Dec. 9, 1961 The Beatles in Aldershot In December 1961, Sam Leach landed his musician friends from Liverpool a series of gigs at the Palais Ballroom in Aldershot, Hampshire. This would be the first gig in the south of England ...
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Robert Freeman Dies: Photographer For Iconic Beatles Albums, Film Director Was 82

from Deadline.com Robert Freeman, the photographer whose iconic photos and album covers of The Beatles had a major cultural impact, has died. No cause of death was given, but he had been ill for some time. His death was confirmed by official ...
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Revisit John Lennon’s Hilariously Bitchy letter sent to Todd Rundgren

from FarOutMagazine.co.uk Far Out StaffNovember 7, 2019 Todd Rundgren, the prolific multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and record producer with no fewer than 24 studio albums, once found himself in the middle of a high-profile public spat with John Lennon. In 1974, ...
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