Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
David John Paul George Ringo Lennon set
for fame
The Weston Mercury
31 August, 2006
A John Lennon fanatic from Worle has been chosen
to audition for a DVD and CD which are being made
to celebrate the music legend.
 
EMI Likely To Try To Block Beatles Suit
By Jessica Hodgson, Associated Press
31 August, 2006
EMI Group PLC, said Thursday it is likely to appeal a
ruling in a New York court Wednesday allowing The
Beatles to proceed with litigation against the music
company.
Also: The courtroom hit parade: The Beatles' top ten
(lawsuits)
 
Sir Paul's reprieve
Rye and Battle Today
31 August, 2006
Sir Paul McCartney has won a temporary reprieve from
having to demolish the log cabin he built without planning
permission on his Peasmarsh farm.
 
John Katsilometes on the return to Vegas of
Yoko Ono, who brings an exhibit of Lennon's
artwork to The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel
Las Vegas Sun
31 August, 2006
Yoko Ono is spending enough time in Las Vegas lately
to headline her own show on the Strip.
 
'Lennon' docu could score Oscar nom
By Martin A. Grove, The Hollywood Reporter
30 August, 2006
Although we tend to think of entertainers protesting a
war as being a contemporary phenomenon linked to the
Bush administration and Iraq, like so many other things,
it's really just history repeating itself.
Also: John Lennon documentary a hit at Venice festival
 
Gospel of the Fab Four
By Jen Waters, The Washington Times
30 August, 2006
They met at a church party.
 
Beatles For Sale Ė Only £30!
Beatles Story Museum
30 August, 2006
44 years ago yesterday, Joe Flannery signed a contract
with Brian Epstein of NEMS Enterprises Ltd for The
Beatles to perform a 2 and a half hour session for the
princely sum of £30.00!
 
Beatles Reunite to Sue Record Companies
for $25M
By Mark Fass, New York Law Journal
29 August, 2006
The Beatles have reunited, though only to sue their
record companies.
 
It was 40 years ago today ...
By Kerry Keene, Contra Costa Times
29 August, 2006
Remembering the Beatles' final concert from
Candlestick Park
Also: Flashback: The Beatles perform final concert
 
Beatles back on top after poll of nationís
favourite No 1 albums
By Phil Miller, The Herald
29 August, 2006
The Beatles have topped the latest poll to find the
nation's favourite Number One album.
 
Love song ends on a sour note
By Celia Rivenbark, Fort Wayne News Sentinel
29 August, 2006
While I'm not exactly ready to sponsor a telethon for
poor Sir Paul McCartney, I do feel kind of sorry for
him.
 
John Lennon documentary director salutes his
political bravery
Online Rock Radio
29 August, 2006
David Leaf, one of the directors of the upcoming
documentary The US vs. John Lennon, says that more
than anything else, the film shows the former Beatle's
absolute bravery in trying to stop the war in Vietnam.
 
Ringo in 999dash with wife
By Bobby Stansfield, The Mirror
28 August, 2006
Ringo Starr was at his wife's hospital bedside last
night after a horse kicked her and broke her leg.
Also: Beatle wife in hospital
 
Not-so-lonely hearts club band
By Gary Michael Dault, The Globe and Mail
28 August, 2006
Dumped by his girlfriend in 1968, Paul Saltzman went
looking for solace at an Indian ashram and found the
Beatles.
 
Paul deletes Heather footage
Contactmusic
27 August, 2006
Sir Paul McCartney has deleted film of his estranged
wife Heather Mills from a forthcoming film of his life.
Also: Fascinating fact 1997; Exclusive: Heather's
new nude shoot; Macca in swingin' sixties
 
Rock: Henry McCullough
By Stephen Price, The Sunday Times
27 August, 2006
From Wings to having to busk back home in Ireland,
Henry McCullough fell far.
 
Texan foils British burglary with help from
friends
Reuters
26 August, 2006
An American helped foil a burglary in northern
England whilst watching a Beatles-related webcam
over the Internet, police said on Friday.
 
It's been a Hard Days sight
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
25 August, 2006
Today the Echo takes you on a magical mystery
tour of the stunning interior planned for Liverpool's
most unique hotel.
 
McCartney pays millions for charity no-show
San Francisco Chronicle
24 August, 2006
Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has paid $2.8
million to a landmine charity after pulling out of its
fundraising concert causing the event's subsequent
cancellation.
Also: McCartney pays £1.6m to charity for snubbing
gala
 
Pringles, Hot Apple Pie and Sir Paul
By Kate Sullivan, LA Weekly
23 August, 2006
It has come to my attention that you can now buy
Music Trivia Pringles.
 
The empty suitcase that contains memories
of the Beatles
Liverpool Daily Post
23 August, 2006
After more than 40 years hidden away and forgotten
in a loft, a little bit of Beatles history will be on
display in Wirral this weekend for the first time.
 
Heather's home could be destroyed
By Richard Simpson, Daily Mail
23 August, 2006
Heather Mills is said to be furious with Sir Paul
Also: Mucca swoops on Shane; McCartney offers
demolition sacrifice
 
Photographer shares candid shots of Fab
Four
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
22 August, 2006
He took one of the first pictures of John and Yoko
together and once borrowed the Beatles' psychedelic
Rolls Royce for a photo shoot.
 
Restless Records to Release "Butchering
The Beatles"
Marketwire
22 August, 2006
Features Over 50 of Rock's Most Notorious Stars
 
Hunter Davies (3rd item)
The Scotsman
22 August, 2006
Veteran journalist and biographer Hunter Davies
has spent his life writing other people's stories.
Also: McCartney film is star turn at Daviesís
festival talk
 
£35m plus top-up fees: the price of
Heather's silence?
By Clemmie Moodie, Daily Mail
20 August, 2006
Sir Paul McCartney is considering offering
Heather Mills a divorce payout of more than
£35million - provided she does not spill the
secrets of their failed marriage.
Also: Now America turns its back on Heather;
Macca fears Heather will turn video diary into
TV show; Kiss'n'tell offers woo Heather;
Gagged for life for ever; A broken Macca
 
Memphis leaders gave Beatles icy reception
By John Beifuss, The Tennessean
20 August, 2006
It was 40 years ago Saturday, and the city of
Memphis didn't want the band to play.
 
Beatles love all they need
By Jim Knippenberg, Cincinnati Enquirer
20 August, 2006
Booster club got new life in 1996, and its
members continue to have fab times together
 
Beatle mania
Chester Chronicle
18 August, 2006
Some of the biggest names in 60s music will be
lining up for Liverpool's 2006 Beatleweek.
 
40th Anniversary Of Beatles Final Show In
Boston (inc. video)
CBS4
17 August, 2006
Suffolk Downs is celebrating the 40th anniversary
of the final Beatles concert in Boston. The "fab
four" performed at the East Boston track on
August 18, 1966.
Also: Backstory: The Beatles play Boston, 40
years ago Friday; Bostonherald.com readers
remember the Beatles at Suffolk Downs
 
Peace, but no quiet
By Neil Perry, Guardian
17 August, 2006
With Yoko Ono on stage, anything could happen.
 
Come Together
By Kristin McGuire, The Daily Iowan
17 August, 2006
The days of The Beatles as a working band may
have vanished down the long and winding road,
but Beatle fans still abound, and their annual
get-togethers still mean here comes the fun.
 
Is Heather hiring top US lawyer to squeeze
more money out of Macca?
Daily Mail
17 August, 2006
Heather Mills has increased pressure on Sir
Paul McCartney by meeting with top US lawyers.
Also: Is Heather planning for a new life in the
States?; McCartney lodge decision on hold; On
guard for Paul; Mucca's topless again
 
Win updated guide to Beatles' Liverpool
icLiverpool
17 August, 2006
The man who first spotted the tourism potential
of The Beatles for Merseyside more than 30
years ago has just published a new version of
The Beatles' Liverpool - and we've six copies
up for grabs.
 
Flashback: Beatles rock Shea stadium
Online Rock Radio
16 August, 2006
It was 41 years ago, on August 15th, 1965, that
the Beatles played their legendary concert at
Shea Stadium in New York City.
Also: Beatle history revisited at Shea Stadium
 
Art for day-trippers
By Philip Key, Liverpool Daily Post
16 August, 2006
For 25 years Eddie Porter has been visiting
Liverpool's Beatles sites as a guide on the
Beatles Mystery Tour bus.
 
The Fab Four's finale
By Cassandra Szklarski, Canadian Press
16 August, 2006
Beatles played last Canadian date here Historic
concert was 40 years ago tomorrow
Also: Paul McCartney Thanks Toronto Beatles
Celebration; Bill the Beatlemaniac saw Fab
Four at the Gardens
 
Handover by helicopter shows Bea is
pawn in bitter McCartney divorce
Daily Mail
16 August, 2006
Heather Mills collects daughter Beatrice by
helicopter yesterday - after being banned from
husband Paul McCartney's home.
Also: The McCartneys at war: Diary of a deadly
divorce; Exclusive: Heather: Paul's winding me up!;
Macca: I'd pay £50M; Exclusive: Match Macca;
Paul McCartney Has Heart Tests Because Of Stress;
McCartney paints Mills out of his life; 'Controlling'
Sir Paul, by Heather; Macca whacker; Macca
exclusive: heli hello; Macca's near miss with ex
 
Forgotten Beatle still a crowd pleaser
Associated Press
15 August, 2006
As the live beat of Beatles classics begins bouncing
off the walls of the Elks Lodge, a man with a gray
mustache stands before his drum set and speaks
up in a Liverpool lilt.
 
Beatles all over again
By Anna Fiorentino, Portland Press Herald
14 August, 2006
There is an ocean of static between the generations
in a battle over the car radio dial; a wild surf between
Billboard No. 1 songs like Ray Charles' "I Can't
Stop Loving You" of 1962 and today's Nelly Furtado
featuring Timbaland.
 
1966 Beatles concert memories
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
13 August, 2006
The "warm-up group" was nothing special and I
don't remember who they were.
 
They heard the news today, oh boy
By Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Daily News
12 August, 2006
One week after "Breakfast With the Beatles" host
Chris Carter announced that the 10 a.m. Sunday
morning program would end a 23-year run with its
Sept. 3 broadcast, he still doesn't know what Beatles
song might cap the final show.
Also: Chris Carter's fab faves
 
Fire damage at Beatles exhibition
BBC
12 August, 2006
A fire has damaged £10,000 worth of souvenir stock
at a popular Liverpool tourist attraction.
Also: Priceless mementoes safe after fire at Beatles
Story
 
Beatles fans look back on Memphis
By Michael Tonos,
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
12 August, 2006
It was around 1963 or '64 when Steve Livingston
let the music get to him.
 
Mike Douglas, Former TV Show Host, Dies
Associated Press (thanks, Carlos)
11 August, 2006
Mike Douglas, former TV talk show host, dies
at 81 in Florida
 
Hear the Walkmen Recreate "Pussy Cats,"
a 1970s Classic
By Evan Serpick, Rolling Stone
11 August, 2006
Get a preview of the NYC fivesome's version of
the legendary Nilsson/Lennon concept album
 
Pete Best live
By Janet Pope, The Celebrity Cafe
10 August, 2006
Recently, I had the opportunity to see and
hear Pete Best, in an evening of conversation
and music.
 
Help!
By Kate Sullivan, LA Weekly
9 August, 2006
Beatle People unite! KLSX-FM is canceling
Breakfast With the Beatles, one of L.A.ís
longest running, most cherished radio shows,
and replacing it with an infomercial.
 
Police called to McCartney home
BBC
8 August, 2006
Police were called to the London home of
Sir Paul McCartney on Monday over an
incident involving his estranged wife.
Also: Heather Mills McCartney locked out
of Paul's home; Mucc, Mucc, who's there?;
Little Miss Mucca; Now Sir Paul and
Heather hire Charles and Diana's lawyers;
The McCartneys: uglier by the minute;
Mccartneys exclusive: they can't even bear
to be in the same room as each other; Lady
Mucca's war of lies; Mills blasted by former
sister-in-law; How can Paul and Heather
end their war?; Exclusive: Lady faker
 
Beatles Story aficionados strike a
chord of history
By Sam Lister, Liverpool Daily Post
7 August, 2006
Without them the band that changed the
face of music forever may never have
happened.
 
`Breakfast with the Beatles' dropping
off KLSX's menu
By Randy Lewis, The Los Angeles Times
7 August, 2006
Fans who tune in Sunday morning at 10 to
KLSX-FM (97.1) will hear the same mix of
Beatles songs, history and trivia they've
gotten used to during the 23-year life of
"Breakfast With the Beatles," radio's
longest-running show dedicated to the Fab
Four's music.
 
Brian Epstein
By Nadine Epstein and Walter Podrazik,
Moment Magazine (thanks, Allan)
The Man Behind the Beatles
 
Heather, Macca and the missing
£1million
By Paul Scott, Daily Mail
6 August, 2006
One night last month, Sir Paul McCartney
drove the 55 miles from his Sussex estate
to Brighton to knock unbidden on the door
of a close friend of his estranged wife
Heather Mills.
Also: I feel so betrayed; McCartney angry
with "abandoned" Heather; He's even
changed all the locks at the house; Macca
fury at cash grab
 
Book Review: The Beatles, The Bible,
And Bodega Bay: My Long And
Winding Road By Ken Mansfield
By Glen Boyd, Blogcritics.org
5 August, 2006
A couple of weeks ago, I happened across
an interesting advertisement in my
community newspaper, the West Seattle
Herald.
 
Fab and 40, Revolver rocks on
By Steve Waldon, The Age
5 August, 2006
Forty years ago today, the Beatles'
seminal album, Revolver, was
released - and the era of rock as
art was born.
 
Sir Paul McCartney fires staff
Life Style Extra
4 August, 2006
Sir Paul McCartney has fired seven
people from his New York offices -
because he allegedly wants to cut all
ties with estranged wife Heather Mills.
Also: Macca's Mucca is no Lady; Macca:
You cost me $250million; McCartney to
Mills: Whatís yours is mine; Heather will
not be going quietly; Heather McCartney
sticks close to home
 
Winging it to Marlboro
By Mark Voger, Asbury Park Press
4 August, 2006
The musical journey of former Wings
guitarist Laurence Juber
 
Former Beatles drummer to play
rare Pittsburgh show
By Scott Tady, Beaver County Times
4 August, 2006
Pete Best will serve up a taste of
Hamburg on Sunday when the original
Beatles drummer plays a rare Pittsburgh
show at Hartwood Acres.
Also: Drummer Pete Best, Un-Beatled
But Unbowed
 
The sixties just keep on swinging
By Philip Key, Liverpool Daily Post
4 August, 2006
If you attempt to book a hotel room in
Liverpool in late August, you are likely
to be disappointed and for that you can
blame The Beatles.
 
Paul McCartney's Book For Children
Published in Russia
Russia-InfoCenter
2 August, 2006
Russian publishing house ROSMAN has
issued Paul McCartney's book for children.
 
Power to the people in new Lennon
video
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
2 August, 2006
Liverpool's biggest Lennon fans are being
recruited for an artwork to be shown around
the world.
 
Day Nipper
By Eva Simpson & Caroline Hedley,
The Mirror
2 August, 2006
At last, some good news has put the smile
back on the face of our favourite wrinkly
rocker.
 
Lionsgate Reproduces Controversial 1969
John Lennon/Yoko Ono 'War Is Over! If
You Want It' Billboards in New York and
L.A., Promoting New Theatrical
Documentary The U.S. vs. John Lennon
PRNewswire
2 August, 2006
Lionsgate LGF, the leading independent filmed
entertainment studio, announced today that it
will unveil two billboards in August for its new
theatrical documentary The U.S. vs. John
Lennon, a co-production with VH1 Rock Docs.
 
George Harrison and Ravi Shankar's
Concert For Bangladesh 35th
Anniversary Commemorated Today at
Madison Square Garden
Market Wire
1 August, 2006
Today marks the 35th Anniversary of George
Harrison and Ravi Shankar's Concert For
Bangladesh.
Also: News photos - 1,2, 3
 
Concert by original Beatle draws noise
citation
Associated Press
1 August, 2006
A rock-and-roll show by the original drummer
for The Beatles landed a club owner a date in
court after complaints that the music was too
loud.
 
 
 
 
 
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