Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
Ringo gets no respect
Baltimore Sun
30 August, 2008
Ringo doesn't get enough credit.
 
Wanted: Skyladders, Call for public involvement
as Liverpool Biennial commissions Yoko Ono
Art Daily
30 August, 2008
Yoko Onos work frequently consists of an invitation to
participate in an act of the imagination.
 
Beatles for sale on bootleg tape
By Bruce DeMara, The Toronto Star
29 August, 2008
A bootleg recording of The Beatles' last ever concert in
Toronto and Canada is being auctioned live on eBay
Canada tomorrow.
 
50-year anniversary of Harrison's career with
Beatles
By Ed Masley, The Arizona Republic
29 August, 2008
It was 50 years ago today - if you're reading this Friday,
Aug. 29 - that a no-account skiffle group from Liverpool,
the Quarry Men, took what, in retrospect, would be one
giant step toward world domination with the acquisition of
a baby-faced guitarist Paul McCartney had met on the bus
home from Liverpool Institute.
Also: The big picture; The life and loves of lady behind
Layla
 
Sir Paul McCartney tells chef to 'stick' his meal
BANG Showbiz
29 August, 2008
Staunch vegetarian Sir Paul McCartney reportedly told a
chef to stick his meal after he was served meat.
Also: Carla Bruni to jam with McCartney, Metallica on
British TV
 
John Lennon movie coming together
Hollywood Reporter
29 August, 2008
The story of John Lennon is headed for the big screen with
"Nowhere Boy," which will focus on the former Beatle's
troubled adolescence.
Also: Soundwaves
 
McCartney interview marks launch of Sainsbury's
new-look title
By John Reynolds, Media Week (thanks Yardena)
28 August, 2008
Sainsbury's is to launch its new-look customer magazine,
Sainsbury's Magazine, with an interview featuring Sir Paul
McCartney.
Also: Sir Paul slams chef veggie comments; Macca slams
'stupid' Gordon Ramsay for anti-vegetarian rant
 
The Beatles' Sgt Pepper tracks isolated
By Joe Bosso, MusicRadar.com
28 August, 2008
Hear the music like never before!
 
McCartney to perform in Israel 43 years after ban
CNN
27 August, 2008
Some 43 years after a Beatles concert was -- according to
popular belief -- banned by Israel, Paul McCartney has
announced he'll perform there in September.
Also: Why the 1965 Beatles concert in Israel was really
canceled; Paul McCartney To Play Israel (thanks Benny);
In the name of the father / Carry that weight; All you need
is love - and a big wad of cash; McCartney will be paid on
performance day; Tickets to Paul McCartney's Tel Aviv
concert go on sale; McCartney 'can't wait to get out there
and rock'; Israel, After 43 Years, Is Ready for Beatlemania
 
Sgt. Peppers performed live, 40 years after release
By Joe Brown, Las Vegas Sun
26 August, 2008
Where were you when you first heard Sgt. Peppers
Lonely Hearts Club Band?
Also: Beatle-mania in Beaver Creek
 
Its been an Art Days Night at city hotel gallery
Liverpool Echo
25 August, 2008
Beatles photographer Bill Zygmant and Yellow Submarine
animator Ron Campbell are exhibiting their work at the
Hard Days Night Hotel gallery during this years festival.
Also: Bill Zygmant interview (video)
 
Macca's new love meets his kids
Times of India
25 August, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney has again fuelled marriage rumours
with American heiress Nancy Shevell, after he took her to
meet his family.
 
The Beatles' magical misery tour
By Tony Barrell, The Times
24 August, 2008
The speed of the Beatles evolution would have stunned
Charles Darwin himself.
 
Mathew Street Festival: Hotels packed for biggest
weekend
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
23 August, 2008
Hotels across Liverpool were booked up today as the city
wakes up to one of the biggest party weekends of the year.
Also: Festival weekend: this is our time; Fab photos of The
Beatles
 
Now it's official: Paul McCartney coming to Israel
By Or Barnea, Ynet
23 August, 2008
The uncertainty is over: Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will
perform at Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park on September 25th.
Also: Paul McCartney announces he will perform in Israel
next month; We'll finally get to hold Paul's hand
 
Rare Macca on Later...
TeleText (UK) (thanks Yardena)
23 August, 2008
Paul McCartney will make a rare appearance on the first
episode of Later... With Jools Holland, when it returns to
its live slot on September 16.
 
The artistic side of the Fifth Beatle
By Vicky Anderson, Liverpool Daily Post
22 August, 2008
A major retrospective of the work of Stuart Sutcliffe has
gone on display in the city this week.
 
Beatles Guitar Maker Rickenbacker Nurtures
Image, Stays Small
By Alan Ohnsman, Bloomberg
22 August, 2008
Rickenbacker International has a problem that General
Motors would love to have.
 
Money CAN buy you love at Beatles auction
Runcorn World
22 August, 2008
A signed Beatles record, which was originally bought from
a music shop in Widnes, is expected to fetch more than
£12,000 at auction.
Also: Historic photos of Beatles at exhibition
 
Talkin' Peace and John With Yoko Ono
By Marissa Moss, HuffingtonPost
21 August, 2008
Much has happened since John Lennon recorded "Give
Peace a Chance" 39 years ago with new bride Yoko Ono in
a Montreal Hotel Room, during their "Bed in For Peace."
 
Paul McCartney's love tour
Monsters and Critics.com
20 August, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney has invited his new girlfriend to join
him on tour.
Also: McCartney Denies Wedding Rumors; Former Beatle
spends the night in Flagstaff
 
A Monkee and a Beatle plan Bordentown shows
By Vanessa S. Holt, The Register News
20 August, 2008
You may think youre having a flashback to the 1960s if
you visit Farnsworth Avenue in the next few weeks as
jangling pop tunes and stomping rock beats pour from The
Record Collector straight from the instruments of two
musicians whose bands were icons for their generation.
 
Beatles Producer Dies
antiMUSIC.com
20 August, 2008
Chips Chipperfield, who produced the Beatles Anthology
has died after a heart attack suffered Tuesday in Ireland,
reports musicweek.com. He was 65.
 
First Beatles contract for sale (inc. video)
ITN
20 August, 2008
The first contract that led The Beatles to worldwide fame
is going under the hammer.
 
Get back to the Mathew Street Festival after a
year's break
By Vicky Anderson, Liverpool Daily Post
20 August, 2008
The Bootels, The Beatelles, Det Betales, The Repeatles,
The Beatlemaniacs . . . its that time of year again.
 
Imagining John Lennon
By Jim Sullivan, Hall Of Fame Magazine
19 August, 2008
The John F. Kennedy assassination, the John Lennon
assassination.
 
Beatle and Stone art in harmony
By Vicky Anderson, Liverpool Daily Post
19 August, 2008
Come Together, the annual exhibition of Beatles artwork
timed to coincide with Beatles Week and the Mathew
Street Festival, is celebrating its 15th year.
 
Paul's kicks on 66
By Luke Dennehy, New York Post
18 August, 2008
When Paul McCartney strode into Nonna's restaurant in
Oklahoma City two weeks ago, manager John Burras went
out of his way not to "meat" the Beatle.
Also: Paul McCartney and Peter Andre become buddies
 
Why text pal Gazza gave me £3k
By Paddy Shennan, Liverpool Echo
18 August, 2008
I met George Harrison in 1986, when we won the Bafta for
Letter To Brezhnev. He was one of my biggest icons.
 
State museum photo exhibit offers 'Dose of Rock
'n' Roll, Pinch of Country'
By Bill Friskics-Warren, The Tennessean
17 August, 2008
Photographer Nancy Lee Andrews shares rare glimpse into
era of rock music
 
"Paul, I don't think the Beatles . . . can play this."
Washington Post
17 August, 2008
Sir George Martin, the Mega-Producer Who Shaped
'Yesterday,' Is Now Shaping His Take on Music's Past
 
Long Player: Collage much more than a cardboard
cut-out
By Jeff Harford, Otago Daily Times
16 August, 2008
There are few folk more boring than Beatles fans.
 
Yoko Ono Art Installation Attracts 10,000 Wishes In
One Week
Art Daily
15 August, 2008
Wish Tree for Pasadena, Yoko Onos only West Coast showing
of her celebrated Wish Tree installation, attracted more than
10,000 people in its first week in the One Colorado Courtyard.
Also: Yoko Ono speaks on impact of project
 
Sir Paul McCartney cuts holiday short after
becoming a grandad for the sixth time
By Tom Bryant, The Mirror
15 August, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney cut short his Route 66 road trip after
becoming a grandad for the sixth time.
Also: McCartney supports anti-litter campaign; All
Together Now: Loved-up Paul and Nancy share the burden
as they arrive home; McCartney cancels planned TA concert;
Pictured: The loving pose that tells the world Macca and
Nancy are together; Sir Paul McCartney goes public with
Nancy Shevell romance; Sir Paul McCartney arm in arm with
new girlfriend Nancy Shevell
 
The piano Lennon played just before death to go on
display in New York
ANI
15 August, 2008
The piano that John Lennon played just hours before his
murder, and on which the former Beatle wrote and recorded
songs for several years will be on display at the opening of a
new Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum in New York.
Also: Fan lends Lennon drawings for rare exhibit; Rare
collection of Lennon art on display
 
A call to 'Let It Be'
By Bob Kostanczuk, Gary Post Tribune
14 August, 2008
For the congregation at Church of the Four Seasons, there
was the Gospel according to Mark at Sunday morning service
on Aug. 3.
 
Beatles' first contract on sale
Contactmusic
12 August, 2008
The Beatles' first ever contract with legendary manager
Brian Epstein is set to fetch a staggering $500,000
(GBP250,000) at auction.
Also: The Beatles' management contract to be auctioned
 
**EXCLUSIVE VIDEO** It's not exactly Abbey
Road but former Beatle Ringo Starr seems very
happy on Melrose Avenue in LA (inc. video)
Pacific Coast News
12 August, 2008
It's not exactly Abbey Road but former Beatle Ringo Starr
seems very happy on Melrose Avenue in LA. Ringo and his
wife Barbara Bach have a leisurely stroll round the shops on
Melrose before driving off in his silver mercedes.
 
Sir Paul McCartney not set to propose to new lover
Nancy Shevell just yet
By Mark Jefferies And Tom Bryant, The Mirror
11 August, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney gets down on bended knee for girlfriend
Nancy Shevell - but he is not proposing just yet.
Also: Beatlemania hits Tucumcari Thursday; Beatle,
Bronco hit back roads; Paul McCartney's Route 66 Cowboy
Room; I'll make my Nancy 3rd Mrs Macca; Sir Paul and new
love Nancy get their pics on Route 66; Ex-Beatle stops in
New Mexico
 
Montrealer acquires rare Beatles recording
By Irwin Block, Canwest News Service
10 August, 2008
He bid for it on the Internet, and Montrealer Gino Olivieri is
now the proud owner of a newly discovered recording of the
Beatles.
 
rock 'n' roll scars
By Julia Molony, Irish Independent
10 August, 2008
At 64, Pattie Boyd doesn't have a hint of cellulite, yet she
says she's been damaged by the years of excess and her
failed marriages to George Harrison and Eric Clapton.
 
Come together at museum exhibit
By Joe Petrie, Greater Milwaukee Today
9 August, 2008
Lennon exhibit shows soul of legendary singer
 
Young Gordon Starr-struck by Beatle
By Casey Newton, The Arizona Republic
9 August, 2008
Jake Gordon, Phoenix's first lad, gets to do lots of fun stuff
as the son of Mayor Phil Gordon.
 
Yoko Ono Scores Her Forth Dance Hit
By Paul Cashmere, Undercover
8 August, 2008
Yoko Ono has scored her forth number one dance hit on
the Billboard Chart.
Also: Wish Tree for Pasadena - A Temporary Site-specific
Artwork by Yoko Ono; Wish for the Day: 08/07
 
Sir Paul McCartney here?
By Sean Thomas, Amarillo Globe-News
8 August, 2008
Route 66 tour brings McCartney through city
Also: Sightings; Did Paul McCartney make pit stop in
Springfield?;Paul McCartney's road trip; Beatlemania
still around after 44 years; Joliet abuzz with the lure of
a Beatle; McCartney Dines at Bricktown; Paul McCartney
sleeps, dines in Oklahoma City; Mother Road brings Paul
McCartney to Oklahoma City; Paul McCartney and Nancy
Shevell camp out under stars
 
A satisfied Rutle spends lost weekend with Beatles
fans in Chicago
By Jeff Elbel, Chicago Sun-Times
7 August, 2008
According to Neil Innes, he stumbled innocently into
show business with the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band during
the 1960s and has been falling through open doors ever
since.
 
Waukesha museum to have sneak preview of
Beatles exhibit
By Scott Williams, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
7 August, 2008
Planners of a museum exhibit on the Beatles are inviting
the general public to a special Aug. 15 sneak preview.
 
Giggling Beatles tape auctioned
BBC
5 August, 2008
A tape of a Beatles recording session in which John
Lennon and Paul McCartney are heard cracking jokes
and breaking into giggles, has sold for £9,800.
 
Sir Paul McCartney pens astonishing love song to
ex Heather Mills
By Richard Simpson, Daily Mail
5 August, 2008
Throughout a bitter two-year divorce from Heather Mills,
Paul McCartney showed great magnanimity in maintaining
a dignified silence.
 
Ringo Starr Endorses Peace and Designer J Gerard
MarketWatch
5 August, 2008
It's no secret that legendary Beatle Ringo Starr is a
parishioner of the world peace movement.
 
Beatlemania hits Belleville
By Barry Ellsworth, Belleville Intelligencer
4 August, 2008
Another successful weekend for The Empire Theatre, and
Belleville, is in the books thanks to the Abbey Road on the
River Canada three-day event.
 
The Beatles Let It Be Will Be Released
By Paul Cashmere, Undercover Music News
4 August, 2008
Reports stating that Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have
blocked the release of The Beatles Let It Be DVD are
completely untrue.
 
Singalong date for Hey Jude
By Caroline Innes, Liverpool Echo
4 August, 2008
More than 3,000 firefighters from across the globe will
lend their voices to a Hey Jude singalong.
 
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band 2008
By Richard S. Ginell, Variety
3 August, 2008
Back in 1989, Ringo Starr came up with a great idea: He
would be the Ringmaster for a collection of still-agile rock
stars performing their old hits and backing those of their
colleagues.
Also: Ringo Starr @ The Greek, 8/2/08
 
Heather's fury as Paul McCartney plans holiday
with daughter Beatrice and girlfriend Nancy
By Sean Hamilton, Sunday Mirror
3 August, 2008
Paul McCartney is to take girlfriend Nancy Shevell AND
daughter Beatrice away on holiday - in a move that will
infuriate ex-wife Heather.
Also: Macca's pain as Bea calls Heather's man 'Dad'
 
The Beatles LOVE (Part One)
By Travis Michael Holder, Entertainment Today
2 August, 2008
In a backstage studio space deep within the bowels of the
Mirage that once housed Siegfried and Roys infamous
tigers before and after performances, complete with
ominous scratch marks remaining along the captives
hallway path and the remnants of the bolts that once
fastened their cages in place still visible on the walls,
acrobats now soar to the high ceiling of the room on long
vertical ropes while rehearsing for Cirque du Soleils fifth
and most celebrated permanent Las Vegas attraction, The
Beatles LOVE.
 
Journey on a magical mystery tour of your Beatles
memories
By Laura Davis, Liverpool Daily Post
2 August, 2008
Recollections are an ongoing theme in Beatles songs and
now they are being used in pioneering memory research.
 
Ringo Starr thrills fans with Beatles, solo hits
By Larry Rodgers, The Arizona Republic
1 August, 2008
Ringo Starr had fun backstage Thursday at the Dodge
Theatre with Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, who gave the
drummer-singer a key to the city and a proclamation for
"Peace and Love Day" before the ex-Beatle took the
stage to bring smiles to an adoring audience spanning
all ages.
Also: Ex-Beatle lands large in Troutdale
 
 
 
 
 
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