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Roy Orbison’s Son Acquires ‘The Beatle Who Vanished’ Film – Rolling Stone

Roy Orbison’s son Alex has acquired the movie rights to The Beatle Who Vanished, a book about Jimmie Nicol, the drummer who briefly filled in for a tonsillitis-ridden Ringo Starr

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45 Years Ago: John Lennon and Yoko Ono Become TV Hosts

We tend to look back on the ’60s and early-to-mid ’70s as a pretty turbulent time in terms of the establishment trying in vain to crack down on the counterculture,

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Ken Smith: Beatles fans show love of Fab Four is all you need (From HeraldScotland)

THE woman in the Glasgow east end bar shouted out a welcoming “Come inside love!” Even although we had never met she followed that up with “Come in out of

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The Beatles released the “Strawberry Fields Forever”/”Penny Lane” single 50 years ago today | Beatrice News Channel

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles‘ two-sided single featuring “Strawberry Fields Forever” and “Penny Lane.” Both tracks were recorded during the same sessions that yielded

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Laurence Juber Announces New Album, ‘LJ Can’t Stop Playing The Beatles!’ | Guitar World

The album, which will be issued via Hologram Recordings, is Juber’s third collection of solo acoustic arrangements of Beatles tunes.

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The Beatles’ secretary to appear at film screenings

For more than a decade she worked with The Beatles, their manager and their families. Now Freda Kelly is coming

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The Beatles’ secretary to appear at film screenings

For more than a decade she worked with The Beatles, their manager and their families. Now Freda Kelly is coming

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Ron Howard wins best music film Grammy for ‘The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — the Touring Years’ – LA Times

Ron Howard, Grammy winner. The director and former child actor earned the Grammy for music film for “The Beatles: Eight

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Why Ron Howard chose the Baftas over the Grammys (From Basingstoke Gazette)

Director Ron Howard has said he chose to attend the Baftas rather than the Grammys because he was so gratified

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The Beatles remind us: there’s a place… | Progressive Culture | Scholars & Rogues

T he English composer and musicologist Wilfrid Mellers, in his now classic scholarly study of the Beatles, Twilight of the Gods, calls the early Beatles period, the period of screaming

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