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8 Beatles news updates and articles
« on: October 16, 2012, 04:46:40 AM »

Daily Mail
He was more of a Rolling Stones fan.

But that didn't stop Nigel Jarvis from rushing up the beach in Newquay, Cornwall, to snap these never-seen-before pictures of The Beatles.


Beatles-A-Rama!!! host to be inducted into Radio Hall of Fame

Pat Matthews Productions and Beatles-A-Rama!!! radio is proud to announce that one of its on-air personalities will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on November 10th.


The Visitor
Fifty years since The Beatles came to Morecambe

Fifty years ago, The Beatles released their first single Love Me Do. Pop music and the charts would never be the same again.


Ultimate Classic Rock
Justin Bieber Covers the Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ for ‘X Factor’

Before they were the greatest rock band of all time, the Beatles were four mop-topped teen idols — and the reigning teen idol of today, Justin Bieber, paid tribute to their legacy with a performance of ‘Let It Be’ behind the scenes of a recent episode of ‘The X Factor.’


NBC News Europe
Beatles fans bamboozled by London train station

East London's Abbey Road picks up dozens of confused visitors looking for famed crossing


The Cardboard Factory
1964 Topps Beatles Color Trading Cards

There certainly wasn't a shortage of Beatles trading cards at the height of Beatlemania. 1964 Topps Beatles Color trading cards is one of seven sets made by the card maker that year. It's also one of the most insightful.


The Wall Street Journal
Editors Won't Let It Be When It Comes to 'the' or 'The'

Wonky Wikipedia Debate: Whether Beatles Article Merits Capital 'T'


'Beatles Bibliography' authors reveal how huge book came together, part 1

(Introduction: Melissa Davis and Michael Brocken are the authors of a recently published massive undertaking called “The Beatles Bibliography” that has over 600 pages and over 3,000 entries of books, special issues, academic journals, newspaper and magazine articles about the Beatles dating back to the '60s.


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