Paul McCartney in Israel - 24-26 Sept, 2008

 

 
Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
Paul McCartney to Release First Blu-ray with
'Space Within Us'
High-Def Digest
30 September, 2008
Rock legend Paul McCartney is releasing his first Blu-ray,
with A&E announcing a November bow for the concert film
'The Space Within Us.'
 
Best of the Beatles set for Saturday
By Mona Sandefur, Benton Evening News
29 September, 2008
Benton is just days away from a second Beatles arrival.
Also: 'Fifth Beatle' Pete Best Performs In Iowa (inc. video)
 
Paul McCartney to release new dance album as
The Fireman
NME
29 September, 2008
New release also quashes rumours McCartney was attacking
EMI
Also: The Fireman Finds His Voice With Brand New Album
 
Shea goodbye the Beatles: Hysteria seems like
'Yesterday'
By John Jeansonne, Newsday
28 September, 2008
Shea Stadium staged rock-and-roll's largest and best
remembered major outdoor stadium concert, a smashing
success in every aspect except one: Neither the crowd nor
the performers themselves could hear any of the music
produced by The Beatles on Aug. 15, 1965.
 
Macca nurtures budding Holly: Sir Paul helps ex-PA
get her career off the ground
By Katie Nicholl, Daily Mail
27 September, 2008
You get by with a little help from your friends, he famously
sang to the world.
 
Legendary music producer gives students a Fab
Four history class as he collects UCD accolade
By Colin Bartley, Irish Independent
27 September, 2008
The man known as the Fifth Beatle, who helped compose
some of the world's best-loved pop songs, was honoured in
Dublin yesterday for his contribution to music.
 
Paul McCartney survives landmark Israel gig
(inc. video)
By Rosie Swash, Guardian
26 September, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney has survived his landmark gig in Israel
unscathed, much to the delight of an audience of thousands.
Also: Speaking words of wisdom (inc. the full interview
in audio); McCartney concert won't be televised; We can
shoot it out; Tel Aviv clubs cancel events on night of Paul
McCartney concert (thanks Yardena); The McCartney jam:
Baby, you can't drive your car!; A grand piano and private
butler; Getting prepared to McCartney (in Hebrew, with
pics and video); Paul is here (in Hebrew, inc. a pic - thanks
Yardena); Analyze This: How McCartney could rock
Ahmadinejad's world; Paul is here #2; Sir Paul McCartney
visits Palestinian site during Israel visit; Feeling at home
(hebrew with pics - thanks Rachel); McCartney in Israel:
I'm carrying message of peace; Hard-core fans vie for peek
at Paul; Is it McCartney or is it an imposter?; Beatlemania
grips Israel, four decades late; Paul McCartney, his
entourage's Tel Aviv hotel bill: NIS 380,000; Paul
McCartney concert in Israel touches a nerve; Sir Paul
McCartney gets 5000-strong security guard after Israel gig
death threats; Hey Judaism; Beatlemania finally returns to
Israel; Paul McCartney live (Hebrew with pics); It's Paul
McCartney, dude (hebrew - with pics and video); McCartney
on stage (in Hebrew, with pics from Wednesday's rehearsals);
The waiting was worth it: McCartney performed in Tel Aviv
(Hebrew. Inc. video and pics); My magical mystery tour: Sir
Paul McCartney's return to Israel; McCartney in the park:
the end (in Hebrew, with pics and video from the concert);
A warmish welcome for Paul in Tel Aviv; Analysis: Glad he
got us into his life; McCartney's tour de force in Tel Aviv;
McCartney turns to Hebrew for Tel Aviv gig
 
Evolving John Lennon art show is part of Yoko
Ono's mission
By Mark Brown, Rocky Mountain News
25 September, 2008
When Yoko Ono started showing John Lennon's artwork in
the '80s, she was derided as an opportunist and worse.
Also: Ono: Personal nature of Lennon's art key to its appeal;
Being John Lennon
 
Paul Visits Childrens Music School In Bethlehem
paulmccartney.com
24 September, 2008
Paul McCartney Makes Spontaneous & Unannounced Visit
To Childrens Music School In Bethlehem, West Bank
Also: Images From Israel; Paul McCartney's dress rehearsal
(video); Pictured: Macca wows Tel Aviv with spellbinding
concert... 40 years after Israel banned The Beatles; Paul
McCartney in rehearsal (pics from Wednesday's rehearsal);
Tel Aviv Greets Sir Paul McCartney - His First Day In
Israel (video)
 
Duffy Covers Paul McCartney On New War Child
Album
by Scott Colothan, Gigwise
22 September, 2008
'Heroes' sees music legends link up with new acts...
 
Yoko Ono to shed light on her art at London fair
By Louise Jury, London Evening Standard
22 September, 2008
Yoko Ono is giving the keynote lecture at this year's Frieze
Art Fair.
 
Why Sir Paul McCartney is willing to risk it all in
Israel
By Geoff Baker, Daily Mail
20 September, 2008
Paul McCartney performs in Israel on Thursday for the
first time.
Also: Paul McCartney Still Has The Beat
 
The Beatles punch ticket to ride for Shea Stadium
rock
By Michael O'Keeffe, New York Daily News
20 September, 2008
The whispers still follow Sid Bernstein, more than 40
years after he made rock 'n' roll history at Shea Stadium.
 
Auctionwally's Beatles on eBay price report
Examiner.com
20 September, 2008
Nothing holds it's value as well as the classics!
 
Beatles' first drummer is beyond the 'what ifs'
By Dave Richards, Erie Times-News
19 September, 2008
Pete Best isn't bitter.
 
Macca statue takes tumble
By Vince Soodin, The Sun
19 September, 2008
A massive statue of Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney
needs Help after being downed by raging winds.
 
"My message is a peaceful one..."
paulmccartney.com
18 September, 2008
Paul McCartney Breaks From Rehearsals To Talk
Exclusively About His Forthcoming Concert In Israel,
40 Years after The Beatles Were Famously Banned
Also: Paul McCartney's Family Fear Israeli Trip;
Ex-Beatles musician from Bat Yam can't afford
McCartney ticket; Sir Paul has Nancy's backing on
controversial mission to Israel (thanks Yardena);
McCartney finally plays Tel Aviv (inc. video - thanks
Carsten)
 
Exclusive: Sir Paul McCartney gushes about new
love Nancy at London Fashion Week
The Mirror (thanks Yardena)
18 September, 2008
At the grand old age of 66, Sir Paul McCartney's not our
usual fodder.
Also: Promoting Paul McCartney (thanks Yardena); Sir
Paul McCartney and girlfriend Nancy Shevell together in
public for first time (thanks Yardena); Paul McCartney's
rubber sole; Sir Paul's love Nancy is one of the family at
London exhibition (thanks Yardena); news photos; Sir
Paul praises Paralympic heroes; McCartney unveils new
girlfriend to public (video)
 
What Do You Think This John Lennon Doodle
and Signature is Worth?
WPTV West Palm Beach
17 September, 2008
We want to know.. What Do You Think This John Lennon
Doodle and Signature Is Worth?
Also: Give small countries a chance, Yoko Ono says in
Poland; Yoko Ono's "Fly" opens in Warsaw
 
A hard day's weekend
By Sara Ross, The Orillia PacketAnd Times
17 September, 2008
Fans can have their Beatles memorabilia assessed
Also: Orillia Beatles Celebration schedule of events
 
Press Release
PRNewswire
17 September, 2008
EMI Music has confirmed an October 21 DVD release of
the feature-length documentary 'All Together Now.'
Also: Press Release: Apple Corps Ltd., Cirque du Soleil
AND EMI Music Announce; New LOVE show website
launched at thebeatles.com
 
Pick Of The Day - Later Live...With Jools Holland,
BBC2 10pm
By Jane Simon, The Mirror
16 September, 2008
France's first lady Carla Bruni heads a defiantly eccentric
line-up as Jools returns for another nineweek stint of
musical pick 'n' mix.
 
Top stars break Guinness Records
Sky News Australia
15 September, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney is the most successful songwriter of
all time according to the 2009 Guinness Book of Records.
 
Sir Paul: terror target
By Dennis Rice, Sunday Express (thanks Allan)
14 September, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney has been threatened that he will be
the target of suicide bombers unless he abandons plans
to play his first concert in Israel.
Also: CJMF 93.3 FM Promotion: See Paul McCartney
in Tel Aviv (inc. audio - thanks Kathy); Beatles Sir Paul
McCartney Defies Islamic Suicide Bombers In Israel
(thanks Yardena); Daily caricature; Expert: No credible
threat against Paul McCartney
 
All you need is 'The Beatles LOVE' at the Mirage
By Joel Berliner, The Dallas Morning News
14 September, 2008
The Beatles LOVE at the Mirage is electrifyingly
emotional.
 
Can't buy me house
By Alice Walker , Sunday People
14 September, 2008
Ranting Heather Mills has banned ex-husband Paul
McCartney from buying her £3million home - even though
she's put it up for sale.
Also: Mucca uncovered
 
City honours the Beatles with square
Associated Press
13 September, 2008
Hamburg has dedicated a city square to the Beatles to
commemorate the time the group spent in the city during
the early 1960s.
 
Hey Jude! The Beatles September, 1968
By Jim Moore, The Lufkin Daily News
13 September, 2008
In the last week of August, 1968, the Beatles released
"Hey Jude," a seven-minute song that would capture
America's ears for months.
 
New moon rising
By Paul Byrne, Evening Herald
13 September, 2008
Back after a lost weekend that lasted two decades, Irish
guitar legend Henry McCullough has 'never felt so lucky'
 
Pete Best leaves the bitterness behind
By Lori Littleton, St. Catharines Standard
12 September, 2008
How would you feel if you were kicked out of a band
that went on to become the biggest pop band of all
time?
 
Sir Paul defiant on Israel show
BBC (thanks Benny)
12 September, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney has insisted his first show in
Israel will go ahead, despite pressure from
campaigners who want him to cancel it.
Also: Outrage Over Macca Article; McCartney resists
pressure to scrap Israel concert (thanks Yardena);
McCartney 'Works it Out,' Ignores Boycott Calls
 
trip down Abbey Road through the years
By Kyle Schmidlin, Bowling Green News
12 September, 2008
Four decades after crossing the pond, The Beatles
influence remains legendary
 
Exclusive: Paul McCartney and Yoko furious
over John Lennon's 'gay lust' book
By Mark Jefferies, The Mirror
12 September, 2008
Sir Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono are furious after
a new book they helped with accuses John Lennon
of wanting a gay relationship with Macca.
 
Beatlemania: Fab four frenzy
Xpress
11 September, 2008
Beatles enthusiasts can now pick and choose between
instruments, items from live performances such as
programmes, and everyday objects emblazoned with
Beatles imagery, such as tea towels, cosmetics and
even stockings.
 
Will Paul hear bells?
By Bill Zwecker, Chicago Sun-Times
10 September, 2008
It looks like the romance between Paul McCartney
and wealthy New York socialite Nancy Shevell may
be on the verge of moving up a notch.
 
'Fifth Beatles' giving it his Best
The Mississauga News
10 September, 2008
Why was Pete Best get let go as drummer of The
Beatles?
Also: Pete Best, band start tour in Nyack
 
Come Together: Beatles fans share memories
AFP
8 September, 2008
Memories of The Beatles from fans around the globe
were revealed Monday in a major study reflecting the
impact the legendary British group had on people
worldwide.
 
SIRIUS Satellite Radio to Premiere Weekly
Show Devoted to The Beatles
PRNewswire-FirstCall
8 September, 2008
SIRIUS XM Radio today announced that it will launch
'Breakfast with The Beatles,' a new weekly three-hour
show dedicated to the music and legend of The Beatles.
 
Smitten Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell enjoy
dinner by candlelight as their romance heats up
(inc. pics)
Daily Mail (thanks Yardena)
8 September, 2008
Paul McCartney looked every inch the man in love as he
enjoyed a romantic candlelit dinner with girlfriend Nancy
Shevell.
Also: She loves you, Macca; Love, love me do
 
Heather Mills' bugging, lies and latex gloves
By James Desborough, News of the World
7 September, 2008
Rock legend Paul McCartney WAS the victim of a
vicious SMEAR campaign by scheming ex Heather Mills
in her divorce battle for his cash.
 
Beatle Week Festival brews antidote for cultural
amnesiacs
By Lovelli Ariesti, The Jakarta Post
7 September, 2008
It was in the middle of a spring night in Liverpool, but the
temperature had not moved far from 12 degrees Celsius.
 
Coup for Baltic as Yoko Ono signs up
By David Whetstone, The Journal
6 September, 2008
The Yoko Ono exhibition at the Baltic will be her biggest
UK show for a decade and the artist will be on hand to
open it.
Also: Major Yoko retrospective coming to UK in December
 
Who's that with Melvyn? From Olivier to
Tracey Emin - 30 years of South Bank encounters
by Melvyn Bragg
By Melvyn Bragg, Daily Mail
6 September, 2008
In 1977 I was happy at the BBC making two programmes -
Read All About It, a paperback book programme, and
Second House, a long format arts programme, for which I
interviewed artists from Tennessee Williams to Pete
Townshend.
 
Hendrix, Beatles, Elvis memorabilia sold
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
4 September, 2008
A guitar set alight onstage by Jimi Hendrix during a
concert in London was sold at auction on Thursday for
$497,500 to a U.S. collector.
 
Former Beatles drummer at fest
The Gleaner
4 September, 2008
Pete Best, original drummer for the Beatles (1960-62),
will headline the "George Harrison Beatle Fest" Oct. 4
in the southern Illinois town of Benton.
 
Beatles not expected to go online until 2009
By Aidan Malley, Apple Insider
4 September, 2008
Those hoping to fill out their iTunes libraries with the
Beatles' music will have a little while longer to wait, if
Mojo magazine's off the record report is true.
Also: Apple iTunes Store to finally land The Beatles in
2009?
 
Hello, goodbye
New York Post
4 September, 2008
Paul McCartney is on the lookout for another New York
City apartment - this time, closer to the Upper East Side
apartment of his new flame Nancy Shevell.
Also: Paul McCartney for Tenerife?; Paul McCartney's
Nancy love song; Smooth sailing for Paul McCartney
and Nancy Shevell as they share a kiss on the seas;
Macca kisses Nancy ... on a boat called Linda; Paul
McCartney has a Monopoly on Beatles memorabilia;
Aldo Zilli creates an entirely vegetarian menu for Paul
McCartney visit
 
I Saw Him Standing There
By Carol Fleenor, Guideposts Magazine
1 September, 2008
Imagine the most famous Beatle of all just walking into
your church
 
My fab four-tune!
News & Star
1 September, 2008
Beatles fans in Cumbria will have a rare chance to see a
unique collection of photographs of the Fab Four when
eight long lost limited edition pictures go on display at a
local gallery.
 
 
 
 
 
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