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Beatlemania Returns To Liverpool, Three Decades On
31 August, 1999
Merseyside in northwest England fell under the spell of Beatlemania again as thousands
gathered Monday for a street party to relaunch ``The Yellow Submarine,'' three decades
after the classic animated film was made.
Yellow Submarine Surfaces
30 August, 1999
Liverpool is going yellow for its most famous sons with a giant Beatlennium street party
on Monday to relaunch a new enhanced version of the film Yellow Submarine.
Holding On To `Yesterday' Palo Alto hotel dedicates room to memorialize
Beatles' brief stay in '65
By Jeanne Cooper, San Francisco Chronicle
30 August, 1999
On Aug. 31, 1965, the Fab Four were holed up on the top floor of the eight-story Cabana
Hotel in Palo Alto, watching TV and ordering room service after two sold-out shows at
the Cow Palace.
Paul McCartney's World Exclusive Performance at PETA's Party Of The
Century and Humanitarian Awards
30 August, 1999
Paul McCartney will headline PETA's Party of the Century and Humanitarian Awards on
Saturday, September 18, 1999, at Paramount Studios in Hollywood.
Win Tickets to Buddy Holly Rock 'N Roller Dance Party at
Internet Wire
30 August, 1999
LiveOnTheNet.com, in conjunction with MPL Tours, Inc. and WarpRadio.com, is pleased
to bring the Buddy Holly Rock 'N Roller Dance Party, hosted by Paul McCartney, to fans
worldwide via the Internet September 7, 1999 beginning at 7PM ET and continuing till midnite.
Liverpool Goes Yellow For 'Beatlennium'
By Paul Majendie, Reuters
28 August, 1999
Liverpool is going yellow for its most famous sons with a giant ``Beatlennium'' street party
Monday to relaunch ``The Yellow Submarine.''
Au Revoir Stella?
By Evelyn Nussenbaum, New York Post
28 August, 1999
Paris is buzzing with rumors that designer Stella McCartney is unhappy at Chloe and may
go to a competitor, according to a published report.
Cynthia Lennon cartoons evoke love affair with a Beatle
By Nigel Bunyan, Electronic Telegraph
28 August, 1999
Cynthia Lennon, the former wife of the ex-Beatle John Lennon, unveiled an exhibition of
12 of her cartoons yesterday, depicting the years they spent together.
Life with the Beatles
27 August, 1999
Cynthia Lennon, former wife of murdered Beatles legend John Lennon, has unveiled a
collection of cartoons illustrating her life with the Fab Four.
Submarine buoys Beatles week
25 August, 1999
Thousands of Fab Four fans are coming together for an extra special International Beatles
Lennon Guitar To Be Auctioned
24 August, 1999
The guitar John Lennon was playing on the day he met Paul McCartney is expected to
fetch up to $160,O00 when it is sold at auction next month.
Lennon Guitar Being Auctioned
Associated Press
24 August, 1999
The guitar that a 16-year-old John Lennon was playing with the Quarrymen the day he
met Paul McCartney will be auctioned next month.
The Film That Took the '60s Generation on a Fantastical Beatles Voyage
Returns to the Big Screen -- `Yellow Submarine'
Business Wire
24 August, 1999
The landmark film that captured audiences in 1968, The Beatles' ``Yellow Submarine''
returns to the silver screen in celebration of MGM Home Entertainment's video and DVD
release on Sept. 14.
'Yellow Submarine' resurfacing on DVD, video
By Robert Seltzer, Houston Chronicle
21 August, 1999
It was mayhem with a melody the chaotic but lyrical "Yellow Submarine."
And it is back.
Why Yes, Sir Paul, Big Sandy Will Gladly Attend
By Mike Boehm, Los Angeles Times
21 August, 1999
Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys have a big gig coming that will give them a chance to chirp
with the Crickets and meet a Beatle.
Snapping Pop: Currier Gallery tours `60s rock with the late Linda McCartney
By Joanne Silver, Boston Herald
20 August, 1999
Linda Eastman was photographing rock 'n' roll singers long before she met her husband,
Paul McCartney.
Son rise
By Robert Wilonsky, Dallas Observer
19 August, 1999
Julian Lennon always understood why critics hated him and why, ultimately, his audience
abandoned him.
Paul McCartney's Buddy Holly Tribute Comes to the 'Net; Buddy Holly Rock
'N Roller Dance Party to be Webcast Live from New York's Roseland Ballroom
Entertainment Wire
19 August, 1999
LiveOnTheNet.com, in conjunction with MPL Tours, Inc. and WarpRadio.com, is pleased to
bring the Buddy Holly Rock 'N Roller Dance Party, hosted by Paul McCartney, to fans
worldwide via the Internet September 7, 1999.
Julian Lennon works to make name of his own
By Wendy Kale, Colorado Daily
19 August, 1999
Julian Lennon is carving out his own niche in the music business. He is the founder of Music
From Another Room Records, he handles production and tours, and he doesn't rely on his
family name for fame and fortune.
Liverpool Rocker Johnny Byrne Dies
Associated Press
19 August, 1999
Johnny Byrne, a guitarist who was briefly teamed with Ringo Starr in a band called Rory
Storm and the Hurricanes, has died at age 59.
Beatle's guitar fails to sell at auction
19 August, 1999
A custom-made rosewood Fender Telecaster guitar used by George Harrison for the filming
and recording of the Beatles' Let it Be album and film has failed to sell at auction.
Beatle Harrison's Guitar Fails To Sell
19 August, 1999
One of Beatle George Harrison's most famous guitars failed to sell Thursday when bidding
dried up at 100,000 pounds ($161,000) at a London auction.
New British radio station says Beatles too modern
18 August, 1999
A new British radio station says it is out to capture a new audience -- pensioners who think
even the Beatles are too modern.
Refunds available for canceled Lennon show
18 August, 1999
Refunds for last night's canceled concert by Julian Lennon at the New West/Gotham are
available at the nightclub or Dillard's outlets, depending on where you bought them.
Paul McCartney to Host PETA's Party of the Century and Humanitarian
Awards On Saturday, September 18
16 August, 1999
More than three months before the New Year's ball drops in Times Square, the world's
first major millennium party will get underway in Hollywood as Paul McCartney hosts
PETA's Party of the Century and Humanitarian Awards on Saturday, September 18th
at Paramount Studios.
Paul Will Raise PETA Bread
By Neal Travis, New York Post
16 August, 1999
There's no pop star more in demand than Paul McCartney, who has all but stopped
performing since the death of his wife, Linda.
Julian Lennon almost steps out of Dad's shadow
By Richard S. Ginell, Reuters/Variety
15 August, 1999
Despite a touch of paranoia and the inevitable lingering shadow of you-know-who, Julian
Lennon looked impressive at the House of Blues, seemingly comfortable with himself, in
control of his music, in touch with his heritage, yet determined to become his own man.
But can he?
Giant headache or sky's the limit? Ads becoming building-sized
By Robert Jablon, Associated Press
13 August, 1999
In Hollywood, where getting noticed is practically a mantra, advertisers are taking the
idea to new heights
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Rolling Stone
12 August, 1999
Neil Young keeps racking up names for his annual Benefit for the Bridge School concert.
In addition to Pearl Jam, Young has tapped his old friend Paul McCartney, Farm Aid pal
Lucinda Williams, as well as his old cronies Crosby, Stills and Nash.
Younger Lennon can't escape father's legend
By Brad Kava, Mercury Center
12 August, 1999
It was hard not to feel sorry for Julian Lennon as he played a less-than-sold-out show at
the small Palookaville club in Santa Cruz on Tuesday.
AuctionsTelevision Adds a George Harrison Guitar Signed by All Four
Beatles to Its Premiere Broadcast
Business Wire
11 August, 1999
Triangle Broadcasting Company Inc. (OTCBB:GAAY - news) and Palm Springs
Television Studios Executive Vice President Dick Weiner announced today that the
following items have been added to the items to be offered for auction on the premiere
3 hour broadcast of AuctionsTelevision (http://www.auctionstelevision.com) on Aug. 14,
1999 beginning 2 p.m. Eastern and 11 a.m. Pacific Daylight Savings Time:
George Harrison's Guitar signed by all 4 Beatles
Guitar signed by Buddy Holly and The Crickets
Sealed Beatles 'Butcher' Cover Sells for World-Record $38,500 in GRT
Auction Charlie Patton 78 Sets Record Blues Price
9 August, 1999
The world's most valuable and coveted Rock & Roll record, a First State stereo, Mint
still-sealed Beatles ``Yesterday ... And Today'' LP with the ultra-rare Butcher cover, sold
for an unprecedented $38,500 at the Good Rockin' Tonight (GRT) August 4-5, 1999
``Ultra Rarities'' auction. This LP set a new world's record for the highest price paid for
any record at auction.
Confessions of a Fifth Beatle
By  Buck Wolf, ABCNews
9 August, 1999
Tony Sheridan almost sailed on the Yellow Submarine. He could have been one of the
beautiful people. He almost joined the Beatles.
Paul McCartney's Annual Buddy Holly Tribute Comes to America
9 August, 1999
Paul McCartney and MPL Tours, Inc. are set to pay tribute to one of the greatest voices of
rock n' roll on Tuesday, September 7th, when the Roseland Ballroom plays host to The
Buddy Holly Rock `N Roller Dance Party and contest finals.
Fans Go 'On The Run' to Make Paul McCartney's 'Band On The Run'
Campaign A Mega Hit
9 August, 1999
Exclusive Paul McCartney, MPL Communications, MediaX Corporation Campaign Garners
More Than 6 Million Hits and Over 30 Million Impressions in Just 4 Weeks; Contest Winners
Announced on amuZnet.com
McCartney Eyeing New EMI Deal
By Irv Lichtman, Billboard
5 August, 1999
Paul McCartney is in the final stages of inking a new deal with the EMI Group that calls for
the delivery of at least three albums, sources say.
Personal Dramas Perfected
By Robert Koehler, Los Angeles Times
5 August, 1999
James McLure's "The Day They Shot John Lennon" is a title as loaded with meanings as
director Emilio Borelli's revival at the Gene Bua Acting for Life Theatre is loaded with fine
CollectingChannel.com Hosts 'Beatles Special' Beginning Friday,
August, 6th
5 August, 1999
The 'Yellow Submarine' Resurfaces With the Most Comprehensive Online Multi-Media
McCartney To Unveil Album on BBC
Associated Press
5 August, 1999
Paul McCartney will take to the airwaves - as a disk jockey.
The ex-Beatle will play songs from his upcoming album, ``Run Devil Run,'' on the British
Broadcasting Corp.'s World Service and also spin some of the rock tunes that inspired him.
Ex-Beatle turns DJ for BBC show
5 August, 1999
Paul McCartney's music has been heard on radios all over the globe, but the former Beatle
will soon be spinning the discs on a show for the BBC World Service.
Yellow submarine travels Eurostar
By Tim Jones, The Times
4 August, 1999
A YELLOW Eurostar train covered in psychedelic cartoons will next month travel beneath
the waves as part of the relaunch of the 1968 Beatles cult movie Yellow Submarine.
Beatles Go Loco For Relaunch Of Yellow Submarine
4 August, 1999
The three surviving Beatles plan to paint a top European train yellow as a publicity stunt
to relaunch the group's 1968 film ``Yellow Submarine,'' the top-selling Sun tabloid said
Pregnant Patsy Plans Lennon Tribute
Press Association
3 August, 1999
Oasis star Liam Gallagher plans to call his first child after his hero John Lennon if it is a
boy, his wife Patsy Kensit has disclosed.
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