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Beatles hotel to open in Liverpool
30 June, 2000
Liverpool's latest addition to the plethora of Beatles 'experiences' is to be a a Fab Four-themed
hotel situated next to the rebuilt Cavern Club.
Fab Voor
30 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney has sent a good luck message to an old friend.
Macca's Million Dollar Donation To Linda Cancer Centre
30 June, 2000
Paul McCartney has been publicly thanked by doctors at the Arizona cancer centre where his
late wife Linda was treated for donating £1 million towards treatment and research.
Beatles Records Released
Daily Record (Thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
30 June, 2000
The register office in Liverpool which recorded the births of all the Beatles and John Lennon's
first marriage is closing after nearly 120 years. The stars' records will be moved to a new
pounds 450,000 office.
Briefly: Brian Wilson, Will Smith, Pete Townshend
29 June, 2000
Over the summer, will webcast Paul McCartney's December 1999 gig at Liverpool's
Cavern Club. The dates will be June 30, July 1, July 5, July 8, July 15, July 20, July 24, August 4
and August 10.
Bank's credit card will aid Vegeterian Society
29 June, 2000
People's Bank is getting together with the Vegetarian Society to issue a new credit card.
Hard day's hotel
By John Mahoney, MegaStar
29 June, 2000
Beatles fans worldwide will be getting their heads down for a Hard Day's an £8m
hotel dedicated to the Fab Four.
Woman caught in ex-Beatleís home is awaiting trial
Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
28 June, 2000
Question: Whatever happened to Cristin J. Keleher, the woman who was caught doing her
laundry and eating a pizza after allegedly breaking into former Beatle George Harrison's home
in Nahiku, Maui, on Dec. 23?
Julian Lennon Hits Out At His Father
MTV Asia
28 June, 2000
An angry Julian Lennon has hit out at his late father John, branding the former Beatle a "dud
It Doesn't Suit You, Sir
Daily Record Sunday Mail
28 June, 2000
The dressed- down look always ends up looking lazy, sloppy and dreadful
Imagine, the FBI War On Lennon
By David Hinckley, New York Daily News
27 June, 2000
Prying John Lennon's surveillance files out of the protective clutches of the FBI lent renewed
meaning to the Beatles' song "Do You Want to Know a Secret?"
Now I'll get by with a little help from my lens
By Eugene Henderson, Daily Express
27 June, 2000
He's usually the man in front of the camera rather than behind it, but Sir Paul McCartney was
happy for the role reversal at a family wedding.
Baby, I can drive your car
By Russell Jenkins, The Times
27 June, 2000
He was a most unusual chauffeur. He did not wear a cap with his suit, but he did wear blue and
grey training shoes. And when his bridal passenger emerged from her wedding, he could not
resist joining the crowd taking photographs.
Sergeant Pepper's Clone-ly Hearts Club man
Bournemouth Echo
27 June, 2000
If You're going to be a lookalike, then you can't do much better than being Sir Paul
McCartney's double.
Baby, you can ride in my car, Sir Paul tells bride
Press Association
26 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney swapped his rock 'n' roll lifestyle for the day to be a chauffeur at a family
Organiser Eavis On Why Macca Won't Play Glasto
25 June, 2000
Glastonbury organiser MICHAEL EAVIS (pictured this morning) gave his customary late
Sunday morning press conference at the festival site on his Worthy Farm property earlier
today (June 25).
No Show For McCartney
23 June, 2000
Paul McCartney will definitely not be playing Glastonbury this weekend according to his
spokesman, despite fervent speculation today (Friday) at the festival site.
Paul McCartney And Sam Phillips To Be Honored At TEC Awards
By Sue Falco, (thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
23 June, 2000
Paul McCartney and producer Sam Phillips are among the creative music people to be
honored at the 16th Annual Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards in September.
Behind the scenes with Brian Epstein
By Dennis Harvey, Variety
23 June, 2000
The man who ``discovered,'' managed and promoted the Beatles to worldwide fame -- but
died at the peak of their career -- is profiled at absorbing length in ``The Brian Epstein Story.''
Quick Poll Results: The Beatles Beat Westlife!
MTV Asia
23 June, 2000
Been polling, eh? Well, we have the results of the "Beatles Vs. Westlife" Quick Poll that
has been running for the past week!
McCartney, Noel And Barry White For Glasto?
Music 365
23 June, 2000
Paul McCartney, Noel Gallagher and Barry White are all rumoured to be making surprise
appearances at Glastonbury this weekend.
British invasion coming to Stratham Hill Park
Foster's Online
22 June, 2000
The Stratham Recreation Commission and Beatle Juice will bring the British invasion to
Stratham Hill Park for the second year in a row with an outdoor family concert on
Saturday at 4 p.m.
Imagine John Lennon's piano in Arab
By Rose Livingston, The Birmingham News
21 June, 2000
It's not quite a Beatles reunion, but Arab residents can see a piece of Beatlemania right
inside their local bank.
They love 'The Lord'
By Jamie Wilson, The Guardian
21 June, 2000
The film version of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings," may still be
more than a year and a half away, but the $200 million epic has already caused a storm on
the Internet - with a promotional trailer breaking download records.
Ringo's 2 Shows Nixed--Bronchitis
Los Angeles Times
20 June, 2000
Ringo Starr's two shows this week at the Sun Theatre in Anaheim have been canceled
because the singer has bronchitis, a Sun representative said Monday.
Paul's school winner
20 June, 2000
Looks like Sir Paul McCartney's romance with disabled former model Heather Mills is
influencing other areas of his life.
Stella says it with flowers
This is London
19 June, 2000
Stella McCartney's corsage may have been plucked straight from the heady blooms of
the Tibetan Peace Garden but we rather think it wasn't.
Penny Lane Goes Green
19 June, 2000
Penny Lane is to get a new park to give Beatles' fans a proper place to meet.
Yoko £30,000 for John's old school
19 June, 2000
Joel Oloughin, 7, celebrates a £30,000 boost for Dovedale infants school.
Serenading songwriting Hall of Famers
19 June, 2000
A new wave of inductees has crashed into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Among the new
class acts: Beach Boy Brian Wilson, Johnny Mathis, James Taylor, Godfather of Soul
James Brown, Eagles Don Henley and Glenn Frey, Neil Diamond and the late Curtis
Stars Steal the Spotlight
By Jeff Pappone, The Ottawa Citizen (Many thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
18 June, 2000
Actor Paul Newman and former Beatle George Harrison stole some of the spotlight at the
Air Canada Grand Prix yesterday.
Beatle Honors Beach Boy at Songwriters' Hall of Fame
By Jennifer Vineyard, Rolling Stone
17 June, 2000
Surprise presenter Paul McCartney praises Brian Wilson at Songwriter Awards
Snapped up - but not by Macca
Teesnet News
17 June, 2000
Repoerts that Sir Paul McCartney could be soon moving house to live on the Tees were
dashed today.
Father, son have camera, will travel
By Gary Thompson, Philadelphia Daily News
16 June, 2000
My favorite scene in "Pop & Me," a documentary of fathers and sons around the world,
occurs in Australia, where the filmmakers have gone in search of sensitive guys.
James Brown Hugs Paul McCartney at Songwriters Hall of Fame
16 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney (L) is embraced by soul legend James Brown during a jam session at the
end of the Songwriters Hall of Fame induction dinner in New York City June 15.
Paul McCartney and Brian Wilson at Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York
16 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney (L) holds up the arm of Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson after McCartney
inducted Wilson into the Songwriters Hall of Fame at the annual induction dinner in New York
City June 15.
Paul McCartney with Brian Wilson at Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York
16 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney (R) embraces Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson as McCartney inducted
Wilson into the Songwriters Hall of Fame at the annual induction dinner in New York City
June 15.
James Brown and Paul McCartney Dance at Songwriters Hall of Fame
16 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney (L) dances with soul legend James Brown (R) as the two take part in a
group jam session at the end of the Songwriters Hall of Fame induction dinner in New York
City June 15.
Associated Press Photo
16 June, 2000
Former Beatle Paul McCartney, left, hands a plaque to former Beach Boy Brian Wilson after
Wilson's acceptance speech into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame at the 31st.
Brown, McCartney Star At Song Hall Ceremony
By Ken Schlager, Billboard
16 June, 2000
It was one of those rare moments that only occur when musicians get together to salute each
Brianís Back
By Edward Mazza, ABCNews
16 June, 2000
A few short years ago, Brian Wilson was the mysterious recluse, the pop mastermind who
chose a life of seclusion.
Macca honours music greats
Associated Press
16 June, 2000
Paul McCartney has welcomed a number of music's biggest names to the Songwriters' Hall
of Fame.
Paul shows Heather the sky high life
Daily Express
16 June, 2000
Looking happy and relaxed with his new girlfriend Heather Mills, Sir Paul McCartney flew to
New York by Concorde yesterday to start work on his new solo album.
Paul McCartney, Left, Leans on James Brown's Shoulder...
15 June, 2000
Paul McCartney, left, leans on James Brown's shoulder during the grand finale of the 31st
Annual Songwriter's Hall of Fame Induction and Awards dinner in New York, Thursday,
June 15, 2000
Celebrity Guitars Help Fundraiser Raise $300,000
By Michelle Groenke, Chicago Tribune
15 June, 2000
A guitar autographed by Paul McCartney sold for $11,000 at an auction to raise money for
the Center for Enriched Living, a non-profit organization that serves people with
developmental disabilities
Surf's Up For Macca And Wilson
15 June, 2000
Paul McCartney is being lined-up to present Brian Wilson with his induction to the
Songwriter's Hall Of Fame, according to rumours in the US.
Badfinger fans can't 'Come and Get It'
Infobeat (E-'zine. Unavailable online)
14 June, 2000
Badfinger fans waiting for Capitol's "The Very Best of Badfinger" will have to cool their jets
a little while longer. The release of the 19-song collection is being held up until work can be
finished on a VH1 "Behind The Music" episode about the history of the Beatles protege
band. Beatlefan magazine reports that Apple Records is the cause for the delay. Apparently
the label is still coming to terms with VH1 over the rights to use the songs. The network hopes
to make the Badfinger episode part of its next season of "Behind the Music", which would
mean an August or September premiere and "The Very Best of" will then be released to
coincide with the broadcast.
Ringo's a star
14 June, 2000
Ringo Starr has given The Beatles' seal of approval to the romance between Sir Paul
McCartney and Heather Mills.
Sex-for-charity slur costs £40,000
By Michael Smith, Electronic Telegraph
13 June, 2000
A founder of a charity that gives advice on drugs accepted £40,000 in libel damages
yesterday over a book which claimed that an unnamed woman - which she took to mean
her - performed sexual acts on rock stars in order to raise funds.
Editor's Note
The Birmingham News
13 June, 2000
The Associated Press reported erroneously Sunday that John Lennon's piano would be
sold at Buddy Bain's antique auction in Scant City in July. Bain said the piano will be sold,
but at a later date.
Coming Up: Visual Art
By Helen Forsberg, The Salt Lake Tribune
11 June, 2000
Lennon Art: The artwork of the late John Lennon will be featured in an exhibit and sale at
Fashion Place Mall, 6191 S. State, Murray, Thursday through June 18.
Mac To The Future
Sunday Mirror
11 June, 2000
Sir Paul relives his yesterdays on magical mystery tour
Flaming Lips Plan Christmas Album
By Teri vanHorn, Sonicnet
11 June, 2000
Psychedelic pop-rockers to ask Sade, Paul McCartney and Madonna to participate.
Celebrities gather for opening of bridge
Press Association
10 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney's new love Heather Mills has joined other celebrities at the official
opening of the spectacular Millennium Bridge in London.
Comics line up for Edinburgh Festival
Press Association
9 June, 2000
Big-name comics including Graham Norton, Jackie Clune, Bill Bailey, Father Ted's Ardal
O'Hanlon, Lee Hurst and Nicholas Parsons are among the stars vying for the Perrier Award
at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which is celebrating 20 years of comic genius.
Sir Hall McCartney
By Jerry Lawton, MegaStar
8 June, 2000
Pop legend Sir Paul McCartney could make himself Lord of the Macca - by buying a £2.5m
mansion for new love Heather Mills.
George Harrison Stabbing Case Continues
8 June, 2000
George Harrison will not have to give evidence in the trial of a man accused of attempting
to murder him a judge ruled yesterday, Tuesday June 6.
David Krasnow, The Village Voice (Thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
7 June, 2000
We go to concerts in darkened rooms (and to galleries with white walls) because Art requires
a suspension of disbelief achieved through sensory deprivation.
Ringo can't sing
By Jane Stevenson, The Toronto Sun
7 June, 2000
Ringo Starr has postponed his Casino Rama concert tonight in Orillia because of a throat
Beatle murder bid charge man sent for trial
Press Association
6 June, 2000
The man accused of attempting to murder former Beatle George Harrison and his wife Olivia
has been committed to stand trial after appearing in court.
Volunteers boost to community
Daily Echo
6 June, 2000
The girlfriend of Sir Paul McCartney met some of the people who will learn new skills such
as working as part of a team, learning to solve problems and developing initiative through the
new project.
Jagger attends Tibet concert
5 June, 2000
Mick Jagger and Stella McCartney topped the guest list at a star-studded charity concert for
Tibet on Sunday.
Stars support Tibetan appeal
Press Association
4 June, 2000
Mick Jagger and Stella McCartney have topped a star-studded guest list at a Tibetan charity
Flap For 'Basic Instinct' Scribe
By Keith J. Kelly, New York Post
4 June, 2000
There were also hot rumors sweeping the convention floor. Sources told ABC-TV that Paul
McCartney was in town and staying at the Ritz Carlton, sparking a rumor that he was going
to make a surprise appearance at the book party for "The Beatles, An Anthology," published
by Chronicle.
The Diary : Come Together
Sunday Mirror
4 June, 2000
Beatles to get back in studio after 30 years
It Hurt So Much When Liars Branded Me A Hooker
Daily Record
4 June, 2000
Stunned Heather tells Sir Paul of her anguish.
It Was Worse Than Losing My Leg..I Had To Sit Paul Down
And Tell Him The Evil Lies That I'd Been A Hooker
Sunday People
4 June, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney's stunning girlfriend Heather Mills told last night how a vile smear
campaign branding her a hooker has threatened to destroy their love.
Lennon sex claims are untrue, say his family
By Matthew Mervyn jones, The Express
4 June, 2000
Explosive claims in a new book about John Lennon have been dismissed by his family and
friends as completely untrue.
AP Photos NY14 of Harrelson, 'N Sync
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
3 June, 2000
Preparing for a tribute concert honoring his late wife, former Beatle Paul McCartney said it
took significant time to get over her death.
Ringo Starr Is Joined Onstage By Pam Tillis, Andy Summers, Jack Bruce
By Ivey Lindsey, Allstar
1 June, 2000
Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band had a few extra stars shining at their Nashville show on
Wednesday (May 31) as Andy Summers (the Police), Jack Bruce (Cream), and country
chanteuse Pam Tillis -- among others -- joined the group onstage at the Nashville Arena.
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