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The Beatles “Paul is Dead” Was the Original Fan Theory | Inverse

On November 9, 1966, Paul McCartney was prematurely killed, the victim of a bizarre conspiracy theory. In many ways, the hoax was also the original crazy fan theory. Fifty years

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50 Years Ago: John Lennon Meets Yoko Ono

There are few figures more controversial in rock history than Yoko Ono. For decades, fans and critics have theorized about the extent of her influence on John Lennon and debated

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Ringo brings Beatlemania back to desert with All-Starr Band

Back Beatle: Paul McCartney was just in Indio. Now, here comes Ringo.Don’t expect a sing-along like “Hey, Jude,” but you will hear some great Beatles songs on which Ringo sang lead,

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The Fab Faux to Honor Sir George Martin at the Beacon This Weekend

The Fab Faux will return to the Beacon in New York for a November 12th concert – ‘THE ANGEL IN THE DETAILS – A Concert for Sir George Martin’ –

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Steve Van Zandt on Jimi Hendrix, Paul McCartney, Miles Davis and more – Classic Rock

Though he’s indelibly associated with the E Street Band there’s far more to Steve Van Zandt – aka Miami Steve

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Starr and Moon once tried to crash the set of ‘Happy Days’ | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Doug Elfman writes about Las Vegas nightclubs and entertainment on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.EmailFollow on: Starr and Moon once

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Exploring Eric Clapton’s Collaborations with George Harrison and The Beatles | Guitar World

In the late Sixties, the Beatles and Eric Clapton kicked off a nearly five-decade-long tradition of recorded collaborations.Sure, “While My Guitar

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1966: The Beatles May Never Tour Together Again – The New York Times

LONDON — On top of all its other troubles, Britain got another shock today. The Beatles may never tour together

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Drummer Battle: Charlie Watts vs. Ringo Starr

It’s one of the great questions in music, isn’t it?  “Do you prefer the Beatles or the Rolling Stones?”  During

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Two of Us’ by Ross Howard Explores Mark David Chapman’s Murder of John Lennon | Blogcritics

The story of Mark David Chapman, the murderer of John Lennon, has been told many times, in books, movies, news specials, and television documentaries, since he fired those shots outside

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