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We’re biggest Beatles fans
Evening Post
30 September, 2000
People in Bristol are bigger fans of The Beatles than folk in the Fab Four’s home city of
Liverpool, according to a survey.
Celebration Aims To Show The Positive Side Of John Lennon
30 September, 2000
A statue to commemorate the 60th anniversary of John Lennon's birth will not be ready in time.
One day only: The Beatles Anthology
The New Zealand Herald
30 September, 2000
The Herald Online presents the second of three exclusive extracts from The Beatles Anthology.
Through a special arrangement with the publisher, each extract will remain online for one day
Also: The Beatles: The madness of Apple, The Beatles: Win a collectable keepsake
All You Need Is Hate
The Mirror
30 September, 2000
An explosive documentary sheds new light on the tangled loves in the life of John Lennon.
Macca quits Britain
By Gareth Morgan, MegaStar
30 September, 2000
Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney has told pals he and girlfriend Heather Mills will quit Britain
to live in America.
Life of Brian tops comedy poll
BBC (thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
29 September, 2000
Monty Python's Life of Brian has been voted the funniest film of all time in a poll conducted by
Total Film magazine.
McCartney, Joel Compositions Grace Cancer Benefit CD
By Barry A. Jeckell, Billboard
29 September, 2000
Classical compositions by Paul McCartney and Billy Joel -- two musicians better known for their
pop and rock work -- will appear on a new CD to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Why Bristol's so cool - Macca
By Suzannah Marsh, The Evening Post
29 September, 2000
Bristol has Sir Paul McCartney's seal of approval - he says the city is "cool".
Fab Four's names forgotten by fans
29 September, 2000
They still sell millions of albums and consistently top polls as the greatest pop act of all time,
but only a little over half the population can remember the names of The Beatles.
Sir Paul's etchings on view
29 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney has added another string to his bow with the opening of his first British
art exhibition in Bristol.
I always wanted to paint: Sir Paul
The Belfast Telegraph
29 September, 2000
The Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney said today he had always wanted to be an artist but had
felt he was not allowed to paint.
Macca mania seizes gallery
Western Daily Press News
29 September, 2000
He's played everywhere, the Shea Stadium, the London Palladium and the Ed Sullivan Show.
(see a picture of Paul and Heather Mills here)
The gall, McCartney
By Alun Rees, Daily Express
29 September, 2000
Paul McCartney may have been knighted by the Queen, but she probably feels more inclined
to behead him after he unveiled his first art collection.
Really Randoms: John Lennon, 'N Sync
Rolling Stone
U.S. radio syndicate MJI Broadcasting will premier the previously unreleased John Lennon song
"Help Me to Help Myself" as part of a three-hour Lennon special airing Oct. 6-9.
McCartney Wings It To The US
28 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney may be leaving the UK to settle in the USA after he was spotted house
hunting in America.
McCartney art makes UK debut
28 September, 2000
The first UK exhibition of Sir Paul McCartney's art work has opened in Bristol.
John Lennon Murdered Stu Sutcliffe?
MTV Asia
28 September, 2000
Pauline Sutcliffe, the sister of the deceased fifth member of The Beatles, Stuart Sutcliffe, has
launched an astonishing attack on the other members of the legendary band.
Yoko marks Lennon's birthday with TV special
27 September, 2000
Yoko Ono is to present a Top Of The Pops special to mark the 60th anniversary of John Lennon's
Sean Lennon adds soul to Soulfly
By Adrian Bromley, Jam! Music
27 September, 2000
If you were to ask anybody in the music industry to think of a great pairing of individuals to
work together, chances are Sean Lennon and Soulfly singer Max Cavalera would probably be
the last choice.
Daily Express
27 September, 2000
Meanwhile, fashion designer Stella McCartney may be steering clear of London Fashion Week,
but her ex-Beatle dad, Sir Paul, at the party with girlfriend Heather Mills, right, gave her fashion
house a plug: "I'm so proud of her. Unfortunately, she doesn't design for men but I'm wearing one
of her ties."
Nudge Nudge, Wink, Wink ...
Daily Record
27 September, 2000
Who is that making faces behind Prince Andrew and Sir Paul McCartney?
Beatles Reciepts Sell For £42,000
Sky News
27 September, 2000
Three pages from a cash book showing what The Beatles were paid for early tour dates have sold
for £42,300 at auction.
MCY Wins 'Best Webcast' Award At Wammy Awards 2000 For 'Paul McCartney
Live At the Cavern Club' Concert Webcast
Entertainment Wire
26 September, 2000
Digital music distributor, Inc. (OTC BB:MCYC) took home the "Best Webcast" trophy
for its cybercast of "Paul McCartney Live at The Cavern Club" at the first annual Wammy
Awards held in San Francisco on September 21st.
McCartney gives £10,000 to Lib Dems' animal crusaders
The Sunday Times (Thanks to Bob Gilmartin)
24 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney has given his first donation to a political party, bunging £10,000 to the
Liberal Democrats to help its animal welfare campaigns - including (sound the bugle) a
foxhunting ban.
Linda McCartney Photos Rock On in Louisville
By Mary Ellen Botter, Knight Ridder News Service
24 September, 2000
Rock 'n' roll fans who remember the 1960s and music enthusiasts who wish they had
experienced the raucous, riotous era can look into its famous faces in an exhibit at the Speed
Art Museum in Louisville, Ky.
Triple Heart By-Pass For Rock Legend Dave
Sunday Mirror
24 September, 2000
Emergency op saves guitar star Edmunds
Imagine all the talent
By Terry Ott, National Post
23 September, 2000
John Lennon was more than a musician. He was also an artist and, as what would have been
his 60th birthday nears, his work will be on display for the first time in Canada
Online for one day only: The Beatles Anthology
The New Zealand Herald
23 September, 2000
Thirty years ago the Beatles announced they had separated. In fact, they had ceased to be the
Beatles that everyone knew and loved for many months.
Paul McCartney - Liverpool Sound Collage
By Jessica Parker, Dallas Observer
21 September, 2000
It's probably best to begin with an explanation, or an apology, or something.
On The Go
By Rich Davis, Evansville Courier & Press
21 September, 2000
Linda McCartney
An exhibition of photographs by Linda McCartney, Beatle Paul McCartney's late wife, is on view at
the Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. Third St., in Louisville, Ky., through Nov. 12.
Rock on
21 September, 2000
Celebrating the influence of rock and pop on style since the 50s, the 'Rock Style: Music and
Fashion and Attitude' exhibition (from 5th October) at London's Barbican will let you gawp at
some iconic items - like the suits the Beatles wore on the Sergeant Pepper album - and some
not so iconic ones - like the pink trainers worn by Steps' Claire.
The Beatles tell their own story
The New Zealand Herald
21 September, 2000
The world's most popular band, the Beatles, are finally telling their story - and Herald Online
readers will be among the first in the world to read it.
Joey Molland's Badfinger, Azul, Victoria Jackson and Billy Preston To
Perform at BRAIDSfest 2000
20 September, 2000
The Braids benefit foundation will present Braidsfest 2000 to benefit the American Cancer
Society (Breast Cancer) and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation at the El Rey
Theatre on October 3 and 4.
A Fab 4 fan forever
By Jennifer Cushman, Azcentral
20 September, 2000
Tempe collector honors lifelong Beatles crush
BSkyB/A&E launch Biography Channel
By Jessica Hodgson, The Guardian
20 September, 2000
BSkyB and Hearst-owned A&E Networks are launching a channel devoted to biographies of
the famous.
Southend: Beatles postcard sells for £2,000
This is Essex
20 September, 2000
A postcard advertising the Beatles' visit to Southend in May 1963 has gone under the hammer
at Sotheby's for £2,160.
On A Wing And A Prayer
20 September, 2000
Paul McCartney's post-Beatles career in Wings is set to be chronicled in a two-part audio and
visual package expected next year.
The Will of John Lennon
Court TV
The Beatles' singer, songwriter and guitarist, who sang "imagine no possessions" in the popular
hit "Imagine," left most of his property to an estate controlled by his wife, Yoko Ono.
Digging Up Lennon's Skeltons
By Neal Travis, New York Post
20 September, 2000
Some skeletons in John Lennon's closet are about to be released via several books being
published to mark the 20th anniversary of the ex-Beatle's slaying outside the Dakota and what
would have been his 60th birthday.
Paul's Paintings Please Please 'Em
By James Gardner, New York Post
20 September, 2000
One way or another, the art world is always being used.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Proudly Announces a Retrospective on
John Lennon
19 September, 2000
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum proudly announces an upcoming retrospective on
John Lennon.
Briefly: Lennon, downloadable music, AOL-Time Warner, Yngwie
Live Daily
19 September, 2000
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's John Lennon retrospective--"Lennon: His Life and Work"--
opens on Oct. 19 and will run through the summer of 2001.
John Lennon Is Found
19 September, 2000
The search for John Lennon has ended.
Imagine, Lennon Portrayer Cast
By Richard Huff, New York Daily News
18 September, 2000
It took more than 300 auditions and an offer of a reward, but the producers of an NBC film about
John Lennon have finally found the actor to play Lennon.
Tony Parsons Column: OK Paul, The Ghost Is Clear
By Tony Parsons, The Mirror
18 September, 2000
Paul McCartney still talks to his late wife Linda and reports that she is very much in favour of his
relationship with Heather Mills. That's all right, then.
Lennon Tribute On Totp
The Western Mail
18 September, 2000
Yoko Ono is to be guest presenter for a Top Of The Pops special devoted to her late husband
John Lennon to mark the 60th anniversary of his birth.
Docherty Signs Up With Radio 2
The Western Mail
18 September, 2000
Comedian Jack Docherty has signed up to become a new presenter for BBC Radio 2 with
his own music and talk show.
`Anthology' launches a new wave of Beatlemania
By Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-Times
17 September, 2000
Here, there and everywhere; there is simply no escaping them. Thirty years after they split up,
the Beatles are still ubiquitous in our daily lives.
(other stories from the same source: Roger Ebert: Long day's journey into 'Hard Day's Night',
Ed Sullivan brought the hype home, Wynne Delacoma: A magical musical mystery tour rolls,
Jim DeRogatis: Going by the book with the Beatles, Lloyd Sachs: Damning with Fab praise,
Hedy Weiss: Theatrical but not theater, Vote for your favorite Beatles love song)
Gone to press
By Kim Fletcher, Electronic Telegraph
17 September, 2000
Here comes the autumn sales offensive, signalled by the crump of big Sunday exclusives
exploding on the news stand.
The artistic John Lennon
By Doug McKelway, MSNBC
17 September, 2000
Most people knew of John Lennon as the singer-songwriter who was a part of the Beatles.
Lennon, however, considered himself an artist first.
Caught In The Middle...Lennon With Yoko And Her Secret Lover
The Sunday Mirror
17 September, 2000
The place is Washington DC. The occasion is an inauguration gala for US president Jimmy
Carter. And the man in the middle of the picture is unmistakably John Lennon.
Yoko Ono planned to divorce Lennon: report says
The Age
17 September, 2000
Yoko Ono the wife of murdered former Beatle John Lennon, planned to divorce him in the year
before he was shot dead, according to revelations printed in a British newspaper today.
In their own words
By Brian Boyd, The Irish Times
16 September, 2000
Just after filming the Anthology TV series in 1996, the three surviving Beatles sat down in their
Apple office to write their own story.
Pop Beat: Barenaked Ladies, Sisqo, Paul McCartney ...
16 September, 2000
Mavericks bass player Robert Reynolds and drummer Paul Deakin recently met up with Paul
McCartney while touring with singer/songwriter Kevin Montgomery in England, according to
the Tennessean.
Wings Documentary, Best Of To Land Next Summer
By Irv Lichtman, Billboard
15 September, 2000
Paul McCartney fans are in for a double treat. Sources say that "Wingspan," an authorized
documentary on McCartney's post-Beatles group Wings and his relationship with his wife,
the late Linda McCartney, is expected to air in the U.S. next summer. It will debut in tandem
with a similarly titled album from Capitol Records.
News shorts - Special award for Heather
The Belfast Telegraph
15 September, 2000
Charity campaigner and girlfriend of Sir Paul McCartney, Heather Mills, was named joint
overall winner in the Cosmopolitan Women of Achievement Awards 2000.
Ravi Shankar traded popularity for purity
By Steve Morse, The Boston Globe
15 September, 2000
The Beatles helped turn Ravi Shankar into a pop icon. That was in the 1960s, when he
taught George Harrison to play the exotic 20-string sitar.
Stars Go Nuts For Squirrels
By Thomas Whitaker, The Sun
15 September, 2000
Never mind Beatles ... Macca is top at squirrel sketches
Stars go nuts to help save the red squirrel
By John Ingham, Daily Express
15 September, 2000
As Works of art go, it may not be Absolutely Fabulous.
Stars draw on store of talent to save red squirrel
14 September, 2000
Celebrities including Sir Paul McCartney, the Duchess of York and Sir Michael Caine have
been showing off their artistic flair in aid of the endangered red squirrel.
Beatle label to get back 'worthless' gold discs
14 September, 2000
The Beatles' record label is set to get back 10 gold discs seized by Britain's Customs and
Excise department from the Fab Four 36 years ago.
Eurythmics' Dave Stewart Plans Interactive Rock TV
By Erich Boehm, Reuters
14 September, 2000
Musician Dave Stewart is planning to create interactive TV channels themed on classic pop
acts like the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Bob Marley.
Daily Express
13 September, 2000
£350 bottle of water ...
What a wealth of difference a signature can make.
Noel & Liam make up
13 September, 2000
Noel and Liam were chatting and laughing with each other at the filming of a show in honour
of John Lennon.
Post-Beatles, this city was (briefly) one rockin' town
Dan Rodricks, SunSpot
13 September, 2000
Frank Lidinsky, who collects records, is himself something of a broken one, but I kind of like
him that way. Almost every year at this time, he slips me a little reminder of what happened on
this date in Baltimore history: The Beatles came to town.
Beatles discs 'worthless'
13 September, 2000
Gold discs presented to the Beatles and seized by UK customs in 1964 were not sold to recover
unpaid duty because officials feared the band were a passing fad, new documents have revealed.
Beatles gold discs still in customs 36 years on
13 September, 2000
Gold discs presented to the Beatles to celebrate the millionth sale of A Hard Day's Night
which were seized by customs officials in the 60s are still in the Customs and Excise library.
Please don't call me a 'celebrity painter'
By Paul McCartney, The Times
12 September, 2000
I've got a book coming out this week, which is exciting and a little daunting too, because it's
a book that I once thought you would never get to see, a book of my paintings.
Paul: I Still Talk To Linda
By Bill Coles, The Sun
12 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney regularly talks with dead wife Linda about his romance with Heather
Mills ? and she is thrilled at his new love, he has revealed.
Paul: I Still Talk To My Dear Linda
Daily Record
12 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney says he still talks to late wife Linda - and she approves of his new love
Heather Mills.
After Linda
By Simon Hattenstone, The Guardian
11 September, 2000
It has been a hellish two years for Paul McCartney, and they have left him a changed man.
Paul McCartney calls for landmine ban
11 September, 2000
Paul McCartney has added his voice to the call for a ban on landmines, giving the opening
address at today's UN conference on landmines in Geneva.
Paul McCartney Greets Nobel Peace Prize Winner Jody Williams at
11 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney (R) greets Nobel Peace Prize winner Jody Williams (L) prior to the
opening ceremony of the Anti-Personnel Mines Conference in Geneva September 11, 2000.
Weller, Oasis Et Al Get Back
11 September, 2000
Paul Weller, Noel and Liam Gallagher and the Stereophonics were amongst the bands
recording tracks in tribute to John Lennon in London over the weekend.
Lennon Lookalike Takes Final Test
11 September, 2000
A young Irish actor is in the frame to play murdered Beatle John Lennon in a new film.
Heather Wants Paul To Propose
Daily Record
11 September, 2000
Popping The Question: Model's Dad Reveals Her Hopes
Musician John Lennon
By Grove Pashley, Investor's Business Daily
11 September, 2000
His Resolve And Passion Helped Create Memorable Sounds
The Beatles: Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Electronic Telegraph
10 September, 2000
"I read the news today, oh boy": if John Lennon, who sang those words in 1967, were alive today,
even he might raise a wry eyebrow at the acres of newsprint expended on the Beatles in the week
since The Sunday Telegraph began serialisation of the group's autobiography.
What is this meditation lark?
Electronic Telegraph
10 September, 2000
In this second exclusive extract from The Beatles' autobiography, the band head into the
Himalayas to join the Maharishi. Did their guru make a pass at Mia Farrow? Or at anyone?
My Scots Love Affair
By Sir Paul McCartney, Daily Record
10 September, 2000
Paul McCartney has spoken for the first time of how he fled to Scotland as bitter in-fighting led to
the break-up of The Beatles.
We Were On Stage In One Corner Of A Tiny Room In Elgin, The Bar Was
In The Other.. So You Can Guess Who Was More Popular
Daily Record
10 September, 2000
It was January, 1963, and an emerging band called The Beatles took to the road to promote their
debut single Love Me Do.
Artistic trouble
The Times
9 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney, the chap who used to play bass guitar for the Beatles, is on the warpath.
The beat goes on
Sydney Morning Herald
9 September, 2000
Thirty years after they split, Paul, George, Ringo and an archival John have finally found time to
tell pop's greatest story from the inside.
Best finally cashing in on Beatles fame
Toronto Sun
9 September, 2000
Like everyone else in the world, former Beatle Pete Best assumes he will have to wait in line to
buy the new Beatles tell-all book due out next month.
Sir Paul in line for BBC award
8 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Sean Connery are among the stars nominated for a new BBC
awards scheme.
McCartney nominated for lifetime achievement award
8 September, 2000
Pioneering heart surgeon professor Sir Magdi Yacoub and musician Sir Paul McCartney have
been nominated for lifetime achievement accolades in a new awards initiative launched by the
Noel To Cover Beatles Tune For Lennon Tribute
8 September, 2000
Oasis star Noel Gallagher will record a tribute to his idol John Lennon for a special anniversary
The Brat Diaries
By Alex Bratersky, The Moscow Times
8 September, 2000
Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed Beatle John Lennon outside Lennon's New
York home on Dec. 8, 1980, shocking and saddening Lennon's millions of fans all over the world,
is up for parole.
Are you a Beatlemaniac?
By Alex Renton, Nick Curtis, Pete Clark, This is London
7 September, 2000
Beatlemania - a disease that racked the world 35 years ago - has broken out in Britain again.
Daily Express
7 September, 2000
...Meanwhile, Sir Paul McCartney, 57, seemed unimpressed with his Lifetime Achievement
The ''Orginal'' Beatles Reconcile For Tribute
6 September, 2000
John Lennon's original band The Quarrymen have appeared at a Merseyside, England, festival
for a special tribute to The Beatles.
New Lennon song unearthed
By Paul Cantin, Jam! Music
6 September, 2000
A previously unreleased John Lennon song will be included with a new edition of his album
"Double Fantasy."
John, George solo albums reissued; Paul turns to poetry
By Terry Ot, National Post
5 September, 2000
Two of the most commercially successful solo Beatle albums will be remixed, remastered and
re-released this fall.
Another smart move brings award for Bowie
5 September, 2000
David Bowie has been named most stylish man of the year at GQ magazine's Men Of The
Year Awards.
The Christine Smith Interview: Michael Parkinson - People
Might Say I'm A Great Interviewer But It's B******s .. I Am Just
Doing My Job
The Mirror
5 September, 2000
Parky On His Parents, Marriage And Why Lennon Put Him In A Sack
5 September, 2000
On the day it has emerged John Lennon's killer Mark Chapman may be freed on parole by
Christmas, some 20 years after the ex-Beatles' murder, details have been released of two
Lennon albums set to reappear to mark what would have been his 60th birthday.
Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney and his Companion Heather...
Associated Press
5 September, 2000
Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney and his companion Heather Mills arrive for the GQ
Magazine Men of the Year Awards 2000, at The Royal Opera House in London Tuesday
Sept. 5, 2000.
New York Daily News
5 September, 2000
Paul McCartney's children are wary of his girlfriend, Heather Mills — if you believe British
reports that the kids are worried their dad will propose to her.
Fashion pack christen new mag
By David Hayes, This is London
5 September, 2000
For two hours last night London was without doubt the most fashionable place on the planet.
Chapman born-again
By John McJannet, MegaStar
5 September, 2000
John Lennon's assassin Mark Chapman hopes to be freed from jail - as a born-again
John Lennon's Killer Could Walk Free Dec. 4
By Joe Mahoney, New York Daily News (Thanks to Jeffrey Boswell)
4 September, 2000
In the years since he shocked the world by killing beloved Beatle John Lennon, Mark David
Chapman has become a model prisoner and a born-again Christian, say those who have
gotten close to him in his nearly 20 years in prison.
Take my advice, Sir Paul. Put your feet up
By John Dowie, Independence
4 September, 2000
I don't know if you've heard about this, but Liverpool is a bustling seaport in the north of England,
the birthplace of four young lads who changed the world.
Lennon's assassin seeks parole
4 September, 2000
John Lennon's assassin is to seek parole at a New York hearing after almost 20 years
in prison.
Decades on, Beatles' lovers won't let it be
By Douglas Herbert, CNN
4 September, 2000
It was June 1964, and a go-getting Dutch interviewer was asking one of those irrepressible
questions that often seemed to emerge from out of nowhere whenever Beatlemania crossed
paths with the Fourth Estate.
Beatles' 'Revolver' voted best album ever
4 September, 2000
The Beatles' musical crown is under threat, according to a new ranking of the greatest
albums of all time.
Bio Bares Beatles As Fab 4-Nicators
By Bill Hoffmann, New York Post
4 September, 2000
The Beatles were sex machines in their early days on the road - sleeping nightly with
strippers and gobbling down drugs, a new biography of the Fab Four claims.
McCartney sets record straight with a little help from his friends
By David Lister, Independent
4 September, 2000
Newly released pictures show group recording iconic album as book reveals irritation
over how Lennon is remembered
Lennon's art hits the road again
By Christopher Hume, Toronto Star
4 September, 2000
Yoko wants to make sure his memory isn't forgotten
Beatles books bonanza
By Judy Stoffman, Toronto Star
4 September, 2000
A surprising number of kids are interested, music professor says
Bye bye American pie
By Paul Sexton, The Times
4 September, 2000
Beatlemania might be back but America is no longer interested in British pop
On the road with Linda McCartney
By Rebekah Scott, Toledo Blade
3 September, 2000
Two well-upholstered ladies grooved in the upstairs screening room at the Midwest Museum
of American Art in Elkhart, Ind. They were there to see stars.
OK Radiohead, you're up with the Beatles
3 September, 2000
Radiohead have taken a coveted role as the only band apart from the Beatles to make it into
the top five in a survey to find the greatest albums of all time.
Beatles are a hit again as 1.5m order autobiography
By Oliver Poole, Electronic Telegraph
3 September, 2000
The autobiography of The Beatles, which is exclusively serialised in The Telegraph today
and next week, has already attracted advance orders for 1.5 million copies.
(also Features: The time of their lives + Daily Telegraph: Yesterday)
Paint out the sadness, sing a happier song
By Jasper Gerard, The Sunday Times
3 September, 2000
Forget the king of rock'n'roll: Sir Paul McCartney is the god. No living pop star is fit to tune
the Beatle's guitar - or drive his car.
McCartney to publish collection of his poetry
By Jasper Gerard, The Sunday Times
3 September, 2000
Sir Paul McCartney is turning himself into the renaissance man of pop. After unveiling his
new paintings last week, he now reveals that he is turning to poetry
"Poet" Paul McCartney looks to branch out from music
3 September, 2000
Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney wants to branch out from pop music and try his hand at
other art forms -- including publishing a collection of his poems, he told the Sunday Times.
All we are saying is give Yoko a chance
By Terry Ott, National Post
2 September, 2000
Thirty-one years ago, John Lennon and his controversial wife came to Toronto for a strange
performance that was to become known as the Live Peace Concert.
Victor Spinetti -- bigger than the Beatles
National Post
1 September, 2000
The group's friend tells how he got his own screaming fans
You could sit in the cheap seats, or you could pay $5.50
Canadian Press
One hundred police v. 20,000 fans proves a close match
Stan Shillington, The Vancouver Sun
Seems like it was only yesterday ...
By Jeff Breithaupt, National Post
1 September, 2000
More than 2,500 recordings of Paul's song exist -- not counting karaoke
Here are some words of wisdom -- let it be
By Shinan Govani, National Post
1 September, 2000
All the real emotion has been squeezed out of Beatlemania
Every picture tells a story
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
1 September, 2000
Rock 'n' roll doesn't rest, but time's running out on the chance to see 56 of Linda McCartney's
compelling photographs from rock's most tumultuous decade, the 1960s.
Celebrity's long shadow
By Tyler Cowen, National Post
1 September, 2000
They ushered in the age of famous people whose views are supposed to be worth hearing
Paul McCartney hosts first gallery show
Jam! Music
1 September, 2000
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has traded in his trademark Hofner bass for a paint brush and
Hard Rock Cafe Teams With Sotheby's for Fifth Major Rock Memorabilia
Auction At Hard Rock Cafe London
1 September, 2000
If you have ever wanted to own a jacket that belonged to Jimi Hendrix or an autographed album
by the Beatles, then Hard Rock Cafe London is the place to be on September 19, 2000 for
Sotheby's fifth annual rock auction.
Backstage pass
Electronic Telegraph
1 September, 2000
Although Linda McCartney's formal training extended to just two night classes, the 1960s saw
her develop into an internationally acclaimed photographer.
Stars On Sunday
1 September, 2000
Canon Michael Smout is a man who is used to looking to the heavens, but he has just written
a book that looks to the stars for inspiration.
Ronnie Spector puts the bad times behind and is rocking again
By Patrick MacDonald, Seattle Times
1 September, 2000
Ronnie Spector is still jacked about her court victory last June, in which she won $2.6 million
from her ex-husband, legendary weirdo record producer Phil Spector.
Made for television
By John Bentley Mays, National Post
1 September, 2000
A new four-DVD set of Beatles movies illustrates how they came to North America just when
Boomers were looking for an image that suited the modern world
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