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60 Minutes Exclusive: A day in the life of Paul McCartney

    60 Minutes Exclusive: A day in the life of Paul McCartney

Following this week’s announcement of an Australian tour – his first in almost 25 years – rock and roll legend Sir Paul McCartney sits down for an exclusive 60 Minutes

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The Beatles, “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” from ‘Sgt. Pepper’ (1967): Deep Beatles

    The Beatles, “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” from ‘Sgt. Pepper’ (1967): Deep Beatles

A vintage poster and some cut-up tapes: these two elements play key roles in “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!,” the mostly John Lennon-penned Beatles track that ends side

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Why Gene Simmons’ attempt at patenting his hand gesture wouldn’t have worked

    Why Gene Simmons’ attempt at patenting his hand gesture wouldn’t have worked

Earlier this month, legendary KISS bassist and singer Gene Simmons submitted a trademark application that sought to register a familiar sight at rock concerts. The business-savvy rocker wanted to corner

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Paul McCartney gushes over ‘party girl’ wife Nancy Shevell | Daily Mail Online

    Paul McCartney gushes over ‘party girl’ wife Nancy Shevell | Daily Mail Online

They tied the knot in front of friends and fans at the Marylebone Register Office back in 2011.And while Paul McCartney tends to keep his marriage to Nancy Shevall private,

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Film archive to tell the stories behind swinging London boutique Granny Takes a Trip

    Film archive to tell the stories behind swinging London boutique Granny Takes a Trip

Film archive to tell the stories behind swinging London boutique Granny Takes a Trip Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix and John

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Would you pay $2000 for a Paul McCartney VIP ticket? | The West Australian

Ticket prices for Paul McCartney’s first Australian tour in 24 years have been announced. How much would you pay for

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50 Years On, Remembering The ‘Our World’ Broadcast And What It Means Today | Cognoscenti

    50 Years On, Remembering The ‘Our World’ Broadcast And What It Means Today | Cognoscenti

This week marks a little-remembered but transformative anniversary. On June 25, 1967, the first live, multi-satellite-enabled, international television broadcast in

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‘Abbey Road’ Sculpture Installed On Siberian University Campus

The sculpture by local artist Anton Gnedykh was unveiled on June 20. A new sculpture reproducing the famous staged street

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The summer of 1967 in photos: riots, hippies, Vietnam, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones | PennLive.com

    The summer of 1967 in photos: riots, hippies, Vietnam, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones | PennLive.com

The summer of 1967 was the “Summer of Love,” centered in the Haight-Asbury district in San Francisco, where the hippie

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Lost George Harrison Beatles song for Ringo found by wife Olivia inside piano bench – The i newspaper online iNews

    Lost George Harrison Beatles song for Ringo found by wife Olivia inside piano bench – The i newspaper online iNews

A lost George Harrison song from 1970, appealing for The Beatles to play together once again, has been discovered by his widow Olivia, stored inside his piano bench. Handwritten lyrics

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