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peregrine9

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Beatles urban myth about hidden Liverpool mural shattered
« on: November 01, 2011, 07:46:01 AM »

Liverpool Echo
October 31, 2011
Beatles urban myth about hidden Liverpool mural shattered

A MUSICAL urban myth passed down over the decades in Liverpool can finally be shattered today.A rumour has persisted for 40 years that a mural hidden in a city nightclub was part of Beatles history. Well-established Gossip suggested the vibrant wall art was created by fifth-Beatle Stuart Sutcliffe and lay safely concealed.And during a recent major facelift of nightspot Magnet, designers found the artwork seemingly created by the Fab Four’s original bassist.
The mural emerged in all its glory after a wall was knocked down in the basement of the Hardman Street venue.

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/in-the-mix/2011/10/29/beatles-urban-myth-about-hidden-liverpool-mural-shattered-100252-29682664/
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Re: Beatles urban myth about hidden Liverpool mural shattered
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2011, 11:43:46 PM »

It would've been really cool if it was actually by Stu,it's kind of sad that all of the hype and excitement about it may have been made by Stu is finally over and it's declared that he actually wasn't the one.
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