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Lennon letter sale
The Sunday Times
30 September, 2001
A letter written by John Lennon is expected to fetch £8,000 at auction. The letter, to Canon Stephen Verney,
was sent after the former Beatle and Yoko Ono visited Coventry Cathedral in 1968.
 
Guitars Blare On Paul McCartney's Driving Rain
By Jon Wiederhorn, SonicNet
27 September, 2001
Although it probably won't make Limp Bizkit, Staind or Linkin Park sound anemic by comparison, Paul
McCartney's Driving Rain should rock the house harder than anything the former Beatle has recorded since
"Helter Skelter" or at least "Helen Wheels."
 
Lennon tribute concert to benefit attack relief funds
Ananova
27 September, 2001
The organisers of a John Lennon tribute concert in the US say they didn't cancel the event because it would
dishonour his memory.
Also: Lennon Tribute to Aid Relief Fund, Sean Joins Lennon Tribute
 
Greatest pop concert ever
By Dominic Mohan, The Sun (many thanks to cgonzviz)
27 September, 2001
Sir Paul McCartney is to head an all-star benefit concert, dubbed Live Aid 2, for victims of the terrorist attacks
in America.
Also: Paul and Ringo unite for fund-raiser, Macca: Why I Want To Lead Live Aid
 
Macca's cinematic faux pas
People News
27 September, 2001
Paul McCartney has been causing something of a stir in the film world over the titles of his new film.
 
Ono Carries on Lennon Peace Message
Associateed Press
26 September, 2001
The full-page ad in The New York Times carried a simple message: ``Imagine all the people living life in peace.''
 
Gossip
By Neal Travis, New York Post
26 September, 2001
He loves you
Former Beatle Paul McCartney remains very close to the family of his late wife, Linda. Last weekend
Paul and fiance Heather Mills flew to Martha's Vineyard for the wedding of Linda's nephew, Jay (son
of New York lawyer John Eastman) and Katama Guernsey.
 
Argentinian earns world record for largest Beatles collection
Ananova
26 September, 2001
An Argentinian has been awarded a world record for the largest collection of Beatles memorabilia.
Also: Largest Beatles collection found!
 
Hicks On Six Column
By Graham Hicks, Edmonton Sun
26 September, 2001
Magical Mystery Tour
We have the coolest museum in the Western Hemisphere.
 
Beatles' pal joins rock `n' roll night
This is Chippenham
26 September, 2001
A musician who just missed becoming a member of The Beatles, will be performing in Chippenham this
weekend.
 
Beatles: Lennon Planned to Visit McCartney In 1974
Fox News
25 September, 2001
We've heard a lot about Paul McCartney possibly visiting John Lennon in the early '70s. In fact, there was
a lame TV movie called Two of Us in which the writer pursued this fantasy.
 
Stella Does A U-Turn
The Mirror
25 September, 2001
Like any daughter, Stella McCartney knows how to twist what her old man says.
 
Who made Macca a veggie?
By Amelia Hill, The Observer
23 September, 2001
Linda McCartney, the vegetarian crusader who claimed to have converted former Beatle Sir Paul to a meatless
diet, concealed the fact that the battle had already been won by the star's previous girlfriend, actress Jane Asher.
 
John Lennon added to national curriculum
Ananova
22 September, 2001
John Lennon has been added to the national curriculum in an attempt to recognise popular culture.
 
Paul McCartney Plans Firefighters' Benefit Concert For New York Next Month
By Bruce Simon, Launch.com
21 September, 2001
Paul McCartney, who was about to leave New York City on September 11 when the World Trade Center terror
attack occurred, will hold a benefit concert next month to aid the city's firemen.
 
Pistols nearly steal Beatles' show
Associated Press
21 September, 2001
Beatles memorabilia - including a letter from George Harrison to ``fifth Beatle'' Stuart Sutcliffe - won the highest
bids at a rock auction today, but the Sex Pistols nearly stole the show
Also: Beatles Letter Auctioned in London, This Three-Page Letter, Shown by Auctioneers Sotheby's
in...
 
Yoko Ono Album New + Bonus Beatles Theory
ChartAttack
20 September, 2001
First there was Beatles 1, then there was the George Harrison reissues, then it was Ringo's All-Starr tour and now
the ultimate Beatle-related moment draws near? the October 9 release of Yoko Ono's new album, Blueprint For
A Sunrise.
 
'Fifth Beatle' memorabilia to be sold
BBC
20 September, 2001
Letters and other memorabilia belonging to Stuart Sutcliffe, who played a key role in the founding of The Beatles,
are to be auctioned.
 
No Songs Banned After All?
By Erik Missio, ChartAttack
19 September, 2001
Earlier this week, ChartAttack reported on a list of songs that were considered to be "lyrically questionable"
by U.S. radio conglomerate, Clear Channel Communications.
 
Just Call Her Stella? McCartney, at 30, Gives Herself a New Logo
Suzy Menkes, Herald Tribune
18 September, 2001
"Tell Domenico De Sole I could be just 'Stella.' Call him!" pleads Stella McCartney, in response to the idea
that she could drop her famous family name for the new company she has set up with Gucci Group.
 
Sir Paul's "Rain" to Fall
RollingStone
18 September, 2001
McCartney's "Driving Rain" in stores in November
 
New York's John Lennon tribute postponed
Ananova
18 September, 2001
A New York tribute concert for John Lennon has been postponed following the terrorist attacks in the city.
Also: John Lennon Tribute Revamped; Dave Matthews Signs On
 
Pop and punk memories for sale
BBC
18 September, 2001
Rock and pop memorabilia spanning Elvis Presley to the Spice Girls is going under the hammer this week in
London.
Also: Elvis Heads Sale of Pop Memories
 
Stairway To Heaven on US radio list of 'lyrically questionable' songs
Ananova
18 September, 2001
America's largest radio network has produced a list of songs it feels should not be played in the aftermath of
the US terrorist attacks.
Also: America Under Attack = Banned Songs, "Imagine" All the Inappropriate Songs
 
Lennon peace garden becomes shrine to terror victims
Ananova
17 September, 2001
A New York peace garden memorial to John Lennon has become a shrine to victims of the terrorist attacks.
 
Beatles' Juke Box Jury show unearthed
Ananova
16 September, 2001
A lost recording of The Beatles taking over Juke Box Jury has been unearthed.
Also: 'Lost' Beatles show found
 
Beck pulls out of John Lennon show
Ananova
16 September, 2001
Beck has pulled out of a John Lennon memorial concert in the wake of the World Trade Centre and Pentagon
terrorist attacks.
 
Mum Names Quads For Beatles
By Martin Wallace, The Sun
15 September, 2001
The mum at the centre of the NHS quads row was overjoyed last night after giving birth to four healthy boys.
 
Rock and film relics under hammer
BBC
13 September, 2001
A punk T-shirt designed by former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren and designer Vivienne Westwood
has sold for £1,150 at an special rock and film entertainment sale.
 
Everyday Items in a Life Allow Lennon Fans to Imagine
By Jay Berman, New York Times
12 September, 2001
Halfway around the world from where John Lennon lived and died, a museum dedicated to him is attracting the
kinds of crowds he enjoyed while performing with the Beatles more than three decades ago.
 
More Music Industry Events Postponed Due To East Coast Tragedies
Allstar
12 September, 2001
Emmys Postponed: The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has postponed the 53rd Annual Emmy Awards,
slated for Sunday in Los Angeles.
 
Lennon Tribute Concert
Mojo
12 September. 2001
A host of stars are lining up to perform a tribute concert in honour of John Lennon on 12 October.
Also: Lennon tribute gig
 
Lulu to release album of star duets
Ananova
12 September, 2001
Lulu is to follow in Tom Jones' footsteps by releasing an album of duets.
 
'Rain' Man!
NME
11 September, 2001
Paul McCartney has named his forthcoming solo album 'Driving Rain'.
 
Yahoo! News Photos - Reuters
Reuters
10 September, 2001
Entertainer Paul McCartney applauds the receipients of the "Mothers and Shakers" Awards in New York on
September 10, 2001.
Also: more photos
 
McCartney says working at top fashion house 'feels weird'
Ananova
10 September, 2001
Designer Stella McCartney has told how she feels weird at working for one of the world's biggest fashion
houses.
 
McCartney to read at Poetry Olympics
Ananova
9 September, 2001
Sir Paul McCartney is taking to the West End stage to give a recital of his verse in a celebration to mark
National Poetry Day.
Also: Yahoo! News Photos - Reuters, another photo
 
Peter Fonda Recalls Acid Trip with the Beatles
Reuters
8 September, 2001
John Lennon may not have liked him, but Peter Fonda was there in the Sixties when the Beatles got so high
on LSD George Harrison thought he was going to die.
 
Jackson Marks 30 Years As Performer
By Nekesa Mumbi Moody, Associated Press
8 September, 2001
A who's who of the entertainment industry showed up Friday night to honor Michael Jackson and celebrate
the 30th anniversary of his solo career.
 
McCartney photo tour in Walnut Creek
By Justino Aguila, San Francisco Chronicle
7 September, 2001
Before Linda McCartney became the wife of Paul, was associated with the Beatles and performed with Wings,
she was a photographer in New York.
 
First-ever Beatles paintings could make artist rich
Ananova
7 September, 2001
The first-ever paintings of The Beatles could be worth a six-figure sum at auction.
 
Lennon sketches on view for first time
Ananova
6 September, 2001
A selection of previously unseen drawings by John Lennon have been unveiled in a new exhibition showcasing
his talents as an artist.
Also: Yahoo! News Photos - Reuters, Unseen Lennon art on display
 
Serbian City Street Named After John Lennon
Reuters
6 September, 2001
A street in Serbia's second largest city, Novi Sad, has been named after late Beatles star John Lennon, a local
official said, adding that it was his daughter who gave him the idea.
 
Ice and Lennon
MegaStar
5 September, 2001
A famous nude image of John Lennon and Yoko Ono is to become a vodka advertisement.
 
McCartney Backs U.K. Anti-Milk Campaign, Presents Award To Chrissie Hynde
This Week
5 September, 2001
Paul McCartney is lending his backing to a British program to get children to stop drinking milk.
 
New John Lennon tribute CD released
PRNewswire
4 September, 2001
In celebration of what would have been his 61st birthday on October 9, Toronto's Beaten Path has released
"Songs For John", a tribute CD of original music in praise of John Ono Lennon.
 
Ringo on a roll with new friends
By Richard S. Ginell, Reuters
4 September, 2001
Ringo Starr has been playing ringmaster for collections of onetime chartbusting rock stars since 1989 -- and
rock's history is now so deep and diverse that it could staff an infinite number of combinations.
 
Croaking McCartney is a hit at Venice
Ananova
4 September, 2001
Paul McCartney is providing the voice for a frog in a new film.
Also: Ex-Beatle McCartney Plays Air Guitar in Venice, Yahoo! News Photos - Reuters, more photos,
Paul McCartney and Fiancee Enjoy Romance of Venice, Paul McCartney Plans Feature-Length
Animated Film
 
'Birth of Beatles' Hall hit by arson
Liverpool Echo
3 September, 2001
A locked green door was all that prevented the historic church hall where John Lennon first met Paul McCartney
from being destroyed by fire.
 
A Hard Day's Flight
By Philip Norman, The Sunday Times
2 September, 2001
The Beatles' first American tour is generally recorded as having been in February 1964.
 
McCartney backs animal rights group in school milk boycott
By Robert Winnett, The Sunday Times
2 September, 2001
A radical animal-rights group backed by Sir Paul McCartney is set to picket schools, telling children that milk
will make them fat and spotty.
 
Ringo and Friends Rocking Again, Naturally
By Natalie Nichols, Los Angeles Times
1 September, 2001
What daft bunch of rockers would play King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King," Supertramp's
"Logical Song," Sheila E.'s "The Glamorous Life," and the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" all in one set?
Also: What's the matter with having a little fun?
 
 
 
 
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