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8 Beatles news updates and articles
« on: October 17, 2012, 05:45:10 AM »

'Beatles Bibliography' authors reveal how huge book came together, part 2

We questioned them by email for this very special two-part interview. In part 1, which you can find here, we asked them about assembling the book. For this concluding part, we asked them to choose their favorite Beatles books.)


Sir George Martin: 'Strawberry Fields Forever' was biggest Beatles challenge

For the 50th anniversary of “Love Me Do” on Oct. 5, Sir George Martin recently took internet questions through the Abbey Road studios website. The answers were posted online on the 50th anniversary and they were very interesting.


New York Comic Con report: The Fifth Beatle graphic novel, win art/music

New York Comic Con wrapped up at New York City's Javits Center, breaking the 100,000 plus attendance record from last year by at least 15,000 attendees.


Beatlemania hits New Zealand

From the time Ringo Starr joined, to the moment John Lennon left, The Beatles were together just seven years. And give or take a few line-up changes,
The Bootleg Beatles have been going more than four times that.


Waynesboro culture
‘A Tribute to The Beatles’
The Waynesboro High School Concert Choir has been invited again to perform in the famous Carnegie Hall in New York City on March 3, 2013.


The Korean
Korean indie scene pays tribute to the Beatles

Eleven artists from the Korean indie-rock scene will pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the most recognized rock and roll legends of all time: John, Paul, George and Ringo.


The Press Enterprise
REDLANDS: The Fingers bring The Beatles back to life

Redlands band The Fingers will play a show, which includes their interpretation of The Beatles' "Abbey Road," at the Fox Events Center in Redlands on Friday, Oct. 19.


The Republican Massachusetts
Amherst Cinema lecture explores Beatles classic album

It took The Beatles less than a day at EMI’s famous Abbey Road studios to record their first album “Please Please Me.” But it took the Fab Four more than 400 hours over a 129-day period to record their groundbreaking “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.


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