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In Liverpool, the Beatles Play On
By Bill O'Brian, Washington Post
28 February, 1999
On the shelves are Beatles keychains, Beatles belt buckles, Beatles rugby
shirts for sale.
Elvis & Lennon lead Millenium's best music poll
28 February, 1999
Seminal Rockers John Lennon and Elvis Presely are currently leading in the
search for the most influential musician of the millenium in the UK's most
comprehensive survey of musical tastes.
Beatle To Gore: Stop Chemical Testing On Animals
Environment News Services
26 February, 1999
Acting as a spokesman for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA),
Paul McCartney used a break in recording at Abbey Road Studios today to
dash off a letter to Al Gore, urging the Vice President to save millions of
animals who will die in chemical tests he ordered the Environmental Protection
Agency to fast-track last fall.
Ringo Starr Sounds Off
By Gary Graff, Wall Of Sound
26 February, 1999
It looks like one of this year's rock and roll Christmas gifts will be
coming from none other than Ringo Starr.
** Julian Lennon - Photograph Smile
By Ben Auburn, The Boston Phoenix
25 February, 1999
Julian Lennon's never had an easy time of things -- his work will never,
can never, be judged in a vacuum. He's John's kid, and what's more,
he sounds eerily like him in a way that his little brother probably never
Julian Lennon Finds 'Truer Self' On Photograph Smile
By Russell Hall, Rocktropolis
24 February, 1999
With the offspring of '60s icons populating the music landscape
like manic fruit flies, it's easy to forget that Julian Lennon
was, in a sense, a pioneer.
Stella's the star
By Rebecca Tyrrel, Electronic Telegraph
24 February, 1999
She was only a Beatle's daughter, but she became the designer for
Julian Lennon Sounds Off
By Gary Graff, Wall Of Sound
22 February, 1999
On Feb. 23, Julian Lennon, the oldest of the late John Lennon's two
sons, releases Photograph Smile, his first album in seven years.
Beatles producer gives lively, loving history lesson
By Steve Morse, Boston Globe Online
22 February, 1999
Sir George Martin, the aristocratic, subtly impish producer of the
Beatles, brought a career's worth of stories and insights to the Berklee
Performance Center on Saturday.
Paul McCartney to Release Band On the Run 25th
Anniversary Edition With 21 Bonus Tracks Including
Previously Unreleased Work
Business Wire
22 February, 1999
Paul McCartney will mark one of his greatest post-Beatles
achievements with the release of a special Silver Anniversary
edition of Band On The Run, due in stores on Tuesday, March 9th.
Q & A With Julian Lennon
By Aidin Vaziri, San Francisco Chronicle
21 February, 1999
After a seven-year sabbatical, Julian Lennon returns to the record
racks on February 23 with his fifth album, ``Photograph Smile.''
UK Gives More Commemorative Plaques
By Mara D. Bellaby, Associated Press
20 February, 1999
A distinction once largely reserved for the homes of poets and
politicians, Britain's blue commemorative plaques will now
designate the abodes of the nation's more offbeat residents.
Ringo's All-Starrs hit the trail again
The Detroit News
17 February, 1999
Ringo Starr is all smiles during a news conference to celebrate the
10th Anniversary Tour of his All-Starr Band at New York's All Star
Cafe on Tuesday.
John Lennon museum planned for Tokyo
16 February, 1999
A museum dedicated to the memory of John Lennon is planned for
suburban Tokyo, according to a Japanese news agency.
Have You Read The News Today? Oh Boy...
Encyclopaedia Britannica Online(R) Presents The
British Invasion!
16 February, 1999
Multimedia Web Site, Rich With '60s Music Clips, Commemorates
35th Anniversary of the Beatles' Arrival in America
Ringo Starr Takes Band on the Road
Associated Press
16 February, 1999
Ringo's All-Starr Band is on the road again, and the boys on the bus
include Todd Rundgren.
GM soya 'in Linda McCartney food'
16 February, 1999
Sir Paul McCartney has vowed to eliminate genetically-modified
ingredients from his late wife's range of vegetarian foods.
Tomorrow Never Knows
New York Daily News
15 February, 1999
It was 35 years ago this month that the Beatles first flew from London to
New York. And even at the takeoff of their glorious career, the band
showed signs of turbulence.
McCartney Vows To Keep Linda's Foods Pure
15 February, 1999
Paul McCartney vowed Monday to eliminate genetically modified
ingredients from his late wife Linda's range of vegetarian foods.
Joe Walsh Bows Out Of Starr Tour
By Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner, Live Daily
12 February, 1999
When Ringo Starr heads out on his 5th All-Starr Band tour today
(Feb. 12), guitarist Joe Walsh, who was initially mentioned as part of
the lineup and who toured with Ringo on his first two outings, won't be
In the spotlight: Yoko Ono
Associated Press
10 February, 1999
Artist, businesswoman, rock singer, political activist, grieving widow
and mother. Yoko Ono has more labels than canned goods in a
grocery store.
Beatles Are Music To The Ears Of Callers
10 February, 1999
Be it the Beatles, Bach or the Beach Boys, the music on telephone
answer machines conveys an image that could help companies
boost business, psychologists said Wednesday.
An invasion to be remembered
By Michael Richman, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
6 February, 1999
The night belonged to a rock 'n' roll group from Liverpool, England,
soon to become one of pop culture's greatest phenomena.
Fan gets to live his love of Fab 4 on radio show
By Christopher Quinn, Express-News
6 February, 1999
Like many Beatles fanatics, Richard Turner was transformed the first
time he heard "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
The Beatles Conquer America
ABC News
5 February, 1999
The Beatles' sense of timing in coming to America was almost perfect.
Marginal History Tour
By Michael O'Sullivan, Washington Post
5 February, 1999
It was 35 years ago this weekend that the Beatles stepped onto the
tarmac at Kennedy Airport for their first live "Ed Sullivan Show"
McCartney Bio Will Sing Her Praises
By Mitchell Fink, New York Daily News
3 February, 1999
Paul McCartney has given permission to New York writer Danny Fields
to write a biography of the ex-Beatle's wife, Linda, who died of breast
cancer last year.
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