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The first time the Beatles are seen in "Help!" is when their Rolls Royce pulls up in a suburban residential street, they ge...
Located on the waterfront, the Beatles statues have been redressed by famous milliner Stephen Jones OBE to “challenge and celebrate the role of these statues in modern times.”
The statues’ redress was inspired by Yellow Submarine for Sir Ringo Starr, Penny Lane for Sir Paul McCartney, Help! for John Lennon and Here Comes The Sun for George Harrison.
Sharing the statues’ new look to social media, Cavern Club Liverpool asked its followers what they thought of the makeover.
The responses may not have been what they expected.
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On a sunny spring day in 1966, halfway by means of the Revolver classes, The Beatles decamped to Chiswick Home for a day’s filming. The band had chosen the landscaped grounds of this 18th-century stately dwelling to movie two promotional movies for his or her single Paperback Author/Rain. Prepared Regular Go! director Michael Lindsay-Hogg had been recruited to movie in color and on location – creating placing standalone movies that might be described as the primary pop movies.
This was the newest cease within the evolving cinematic relationship The Beatles developed in tandem with their musical careers. What began with Pathé newsreels, press conferences and A Exhausting Day’s Evening continues within the band’s prolonged afterlife with Get Again – Peter Jackson’s three-part reimagining of Let It Be, which arrives in November.
An autograph hunter has shared fond memories of meeting Paul McCartney, George Best and other celebrities as a teenager in the Swinging Sixties.
Judith Leach, who lives in Moira, near Ashby, was an avid fan of The Beatles, Rolling Stones and other icons from a halcyon age of British pop culture.
The 71-year-old's collection of star signatures reads like a who's who of the time, with other names collected in her youth including those of legendary Manchester United manager Matt Busby; Graham Nash of The Hollies and later Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and Pat Phoenix, who played Elsie Tanner in Coronation Street.
Judith began collecting the autograph of celebrities in 1963, with her fascinating document of the time surviving intact for almost six decades.
The book has also made it through four house moves, each time returning to languish in a drawer.
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Do you remember seeing The Beatles perform in the Derbyshire town of Buxton nearly six whole decades ago?
Memorabilia of one of the UK's greatest and most loved bands' performance at the town’s Pavilion Ballroom has emerged thanks to the discovery of a poster advertising the event.
The Beatles performed in Buxton on April 6, 1963, with the poster of the even describing them as ‘No 1 Hit Parade Stars’ thanks to their song Please Please Me.
Please Please Me, the band’s debut album, was released on March 22, 1963, following the success of their first two singles, Love Me Do, which reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart, and Please Please Me which reached number 1 on the NME and Melody Maker charts.
Source: Ruaraidh Britton/staffordshire-live.co.uk
The official Instagram page of Pearl Jam made a public announcement today to reveal their fan-curated project named ‘Deep’ and it’s now available on almost every streaming platform as well as on its own website.
You might remember that the Seattle-based rock band Pearl Jam released their eleventh studio album named ‘Gigaton’ last year and the band could not make the North American tour they scheduled due to a coronavirus pandemic. Since fans are still waiting for the new tour dates, the band made yet another exciting announcement for their fanbase.
Recently, Pearl Jam announced that they built a brand new site named ‘Deep’ and the band covered many legendary stars’ songs. According to the official statement, Deep includes covers from Neil Young, The Who, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and more.
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"Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go/ Down to Junior's farm where I want to lay low/ The low life, high life, oh, let's go/ Take me down to Junior's farm."
Paul McCartney wrote those words during a six-week stay in Wilson County, Tennessee in 1974. He and his family rented a 133-acre farm just outside of Lebanon from songwriting great Curly Putman ("Green, Green Grass of Home").
Along for the ride was his band, Wings, who rehearsed in Putman's garage for an upcoming tour. And since this is Paul McCartney we're talking about, his surroundings inevitably inspired a future hit song: "Junior's Farm," released later that year.
Eventually, Putman — born Claude Putman Jr. — came to realize that he was "Junior."
Source: Dave Paulson, Nashville Tennessean/yahoo.com