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Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
'Sgt. Pepper' Dietrich sells for $137,700
30 April, 2003
A cardboard cut-out of German diva Marlene Dietrich that appeared on the cover of
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" beat all expectations Wednesday as
Beatlemania hit a London salesroom.
Also: Beatles' Pepper figure for sale
Macca tickets on sale tomorrow!
By Paul Kennedy, Liverpool Echo
30 April, 2003
Tickets for the hottest show of the summer go on sale tomorrow (Thursday, May 1).
Also: Paul McCartney to End World Tour in Liverpool
McCartney: "Preparo uno show magico come la mia vita"
(McCartney: "I prepare one magical show like my life")
(Text in Italian. Use the translation tools here or there)
By Gino Castaldo, La Repubblica
30 April, 2003
New George Harrison Video Coming Out
29 April, 2003
'Any Road' First Harrison Video In 15 Years
The Insider (6th item)
Liverpool Echo
29 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney is never one to miss a chance to give his vegetarian fans food for
Sir Paul Insists 'I'm Not That Tight'
Hello! (thanks, Diane)
29 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney, the wealthiest musician in Britain, has spoken out to explain why
his daughter thinks he's stingy.
It's The End Of A Long And Winding Road For Macca's Soundalike
By Tristan Nichols, Plymouth Evening Herald
29 April, 2003
Paul McCartney sound-alike Tony Way has reached the end of a 'long and winding road'
with the split of Beatles tribute band Backbeat.
Museum to display Lennon's lyrical notes
Japan Today
29 April, 2003
Music legend John Lennon's lyric drafts will be displayed at a museum in Saitama
City from late May in an exhibit coinciding with the 35th anniversary of the November
1968 release of the Beatles' first self-titled record known as "White Album,"
according to the museum.
Plaque to Lennon recalls Beatles' short-lived fashion foray
By Rebecca Allison, The Guardian
28 April, 2003
The veteran actor Sir John Mills yesterday unveiled a Musical Heritage plaque for
John Lennon at the site of the former Apple Boutique in London.
Is Stella's presence going to outshine McCartney at Beatles birthplace?
By Louise Davies, Daily Post
28 April, 2003
It could be hello Stella McCartney, and goodbye Sir Paul, at one of Liverpool's most
famous Beatles attractions.
A Magical Mystery Tour
By Jeffrey Ressner, Time
The Fab Four loom large, but the Beatles' hometown has more than just '60s nostalgia
Sir Paul: we can't work it out
By Mike Merritt, Sunday Herald
27 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney is set to scrap his only Scottish gig, leaving tens of thousands of
fans disappointed.
Michael tells Paul to MYOB (7th item)
London Free Press
27 April, 2003
Michael Jackson has e-mailed Paul McCartney, warning him: "Mind your own business
about the way I raise my children.
End of the piers show
By Sarah Ebner, Edinburgh Evening News
26 April, 2003
Victoria Beckham admitted she uses the paparazzi to her own advantage, Anthea
Turner was reduced to tears and Heather Mills appeared bemused that marrying Sir
Paul McCartney transformed her from charity heroine to Cruella De Vil.
McCartney to speak at conference
Association Press
25 April, 2003
Heather Mills McCartney, who lost leg in accident, to address disabilities seminar
Stells'a Atomic Fight
25 April, 2003
Stella McCartney incurred the wrath of Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost recently when she
tried to join in the fun during an evening in the Kabaret club.
Sir Paul's fortune boosted
BBC (thanks, Diane)
25 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has seen his fortune rise to £760m in the last 12 months, according
to a new rich list.
Pagan en Internet 2.590 euros por dos entradas del concierto de Paul
McCartney en Roma
(Text in Spanish. Use the translation tools here or there)
Libertad Digital
25 April, 2003
Paul McCartney
The word legendary is often overused, but can be the only word to truly sum up one of
the two surviving ex-Beatles.
Paul McCartney Shares Songwriting 'Secrets' On British Radio Special
24 April, 2003
Paul McCartney shared songwriting "secrets" on a special program that aired Monday
(April 21) on the BBC's Radio 2 in Britain.
McCartney al Colosseo record all'asta online
(Text in Italian. Use the translation tools here or there)
La Republica
24 April, 2003
They may say yeah, yeah, yeah
By Peter Young, The Evening Chronicle
24 April, 2003
Conservation chiefs will decide next week whether the Beatles should get a place in
Newcastle's Hall of Fame.
A Mad Day Out
By Gail Campbell-Thomson, icLiverpool
Fans of the Fab Four will be charging towards Mathew Street at the end of the week
for a chance to see British photographer, Tom Murray's extraordinarily thoughtful and
quirky The Mad Day: Summer of '68 photographic exhibition.
Also: Rare Beatles snaps go on show (thanks, Diane); Beatles photos find new home
(thanks again, Diane)
McCartney thrills fan with name-change
Irish Examiner
23 April, 2003
Paul McCartney gave one of his biggest fans a thrill last night by changing the lyrics of
a song at his show last night as a birthday treat.
EMI to release singles on internet
By Adam Sherwin, The Times
23 April, 2003
EMI today became the first record company to announce that it will release singles
exclusively to internet users.
I'll Let It Be With Paul, Says Yoko
Glasgow Daily Record
22 April, 2003
John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono has backed down in her row with Paul McCartney over
Beatles songs.
Also: Time features Matsui, Yoko Ono, Asashoryu among 'Asian heroes'
McCartney Meets 'The In-Laws'
22 April, 2003
Paul McCartney will have a previously unreleased song on the upcoming soundtrack to
"The In-Laws," due May 20 through Bulletproof Entertainment/Warner Strategic
Paul McCartney, Earls Court, London, ****
By David Lister, The Independent
22 April, 2003
Tributes from a living legend
Also: Edward saw Paul McCartney on tour; McCartney's normal chitchat
RiverSplash! to feature Redbone, 'Lost Songs'
By Dave Tianen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
21 April, 2003
Blues novelty act Leon Redbone and a look at the "Lost Songs of Lennon and McCartney"
featuring Kate Pierson of the B-52's with Graham Parker and Bill Janovitz (of Buffalo Tom)
will be the headlining shows at RiverSplash! 2003, festival officials announced Monday.
McCartney condemns Bush and Blair over 'cowardly' cluster bombs
21 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney thinks it is too early to say whether Tony Blair and George Bush's war
on Iraq was right or not.
Also: Macca: Ban Cluster Bombs
The queen of everything (6th item)
The San Francisco Examiner
21 April, 2003
Stella McCartney reportedly showed up at a gallery opening in London with more security
than the president.
Macy Apologizes to Paul McCartney
21 April, 2003
Singer Macy Gray has apologized to Paul McCartney - for singing a poor rendition of
Beatles classic With a Little Help From My Friends at a charity concert late last year.
Pop Stars Unite to Raise Money for Iraqi Children
21 April, 2003
Eighteen top pop stars, including Paul McCartney and George Michael, released an album
on Monday to raise money for child war victims in Iraq.
Paul McCartney, National Indoor Arena, Birmingham
By Simon Price, Independent
20 April, 2003
The place where normal and abnormal meet and fall in love
QE2 to star in Mersey Beatles festival show
By Deborah James, Liverpool Daily Post
20 April, 2003
The QE2 is to dock in the Mersey to create a spectacular finale for next year's Mathew
Street Festival.
He Doesn't Play Banga
By Ramachandra Guha, Calcutta Telegraph
20 April, 2003
Say "Ravi Shankar" in the town I live in, Bangalore, and most people think of a bearded
fellow of forty-five with long black locks, these making an arresting contrast with his
spotlessly white dhoti and kurta.
Robbie Beat Me to Swing Album – Sir Paul
By Anthony Barnes, PA News
20 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that Robbie Williams stole his thunder with his
collection of swing classics.
McCartney Says He Won't Quit Even When He's 64
By Erik Kirschbaum, Reuters
20 April, 2003
Paul McCartney has no plans to quit even "When I'm 64" -- and said on Sunday he'll
keep singing in small-town taverns if that's the only place anyone will have him once
his concert-playing days are over.
Beatles: Still as collectible as ever
By Scott Garceau, The Philippine Star
20 April, 2003
The Beatles as pacifists? Sure, they did sing "All you need is love" way back when.
But they never spoke out against war. Or did they?
„Ich werd noch als Rentner in Kneipen spielen" (interview)
(Text in German. Use the translation tools here or there)
By Dorothee Apel, Bild (German)
19 April, 2003
McCartney wows London audience
19 April, 2003
Playing his first concert tour in London in over a decade, Sir Paul McCartney brought
the house down with his biggest show of Beatles' songs ever to be played in the
nation's capital.
Sir Paul reveals his songwriting secrets
19 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney is to share his songwriting secrets in a special radio programme.
Larry Kane writes of year on the road with Beatles
By Kevin Clapp, The Press of Atlantic City
19 April, 2003
At nine concerts in 11 nights, Larry Kane had a front row seat to the mayhem
accompanying the four lads from Liverpool.
McCartney's show back on
18 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has rescheduled a gig in Sheffield after pulling out of it earlier this
month after losing his voice.
The Fab Four
By Chip Chandler, Amarillo Globe
18 April, 2003
Professional impersonators pay tribute to the Beatles
Macca is a day tripper
By Steve Kennedy, The Sun
17 April, 2003
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and wife Heather cycled almost unnoticed in the spring
sunshine yesterday.
'Mad Day' On Display!
17 April, 2003
Acclaimed photographer Tom Murray brings his Beatles collection to the UK for the first
time this month, and dotmusic is giving you the chance to win VIP tickets to next week's
Sweet dreams (2nd item)
Liverpool Echo
17 April, 2003
There have been some bizarre items on sale in the annual Beatles auction but still the
weird and wonderful oddities come out of the woodwork.
A gig the Fab Four may not remember!
By George Tattum, Flintshire Chronicle
17 April, 2003
Mold's Beatles connection is featured in a new book on the Fab Four.
McCartney To Teach Music Seminar In Russia
17 April, 2003
Paul McCartney will hold a rock master-class seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia on
May 22 as part of the city's 300th anniversary celebration.
At Umass Lowell, Embedded Protesters
By Susan McMahon, Lowell Sun
17 April, 2003
Channeling the spirits of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, a UMass Lowell art student and
recent graduate ensconced themselves in bed yesterday, surrounded by classmates, by
music, and by peace posters.
Beatles Anthology a long, rewinding road
By Darryl Sterdan, Winnipeg Sun
17 April, 2003
From Sullivan to Shea to Sgt. Pepper, The Beatles' long and winding road was marked
by incredible milestones.
BBC 'taped over' top pop videos
Claire Smith, The Scotsman
17 April, 2003
They destroyed the early tapes of The Goon Show and left film reels of Dad's Army
rusting in a skip.
Mike focuses on Swinging 60s
By Marc Baker, Chester Chronicle
17 April, 2003
Mike McCartney may be the brother of one of the world's greatest singersongwriters,
but he is about to upstage Sir Paul with an alternative tribute to the Swinging Sixties.
Beatles autographs mark Yarmouth visit
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
17 April, 2003
You can't buy their love but you can buy their autographs – because three Beatles
signatures are coming up for auction this month.
Call For Preview Of Iraqi Aid CD
The Mirror
17 April, 2003
Here is your chance to hear the Mirror's brilliant Hope CD by 18 of the world's top
music stars in aid of the children of Iraq.
Anthology DVD captures Beatles at their finest
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
16 April, 2003
DVDs: I love 'em! They remind me of an old-time 1960s Saturday afternoon matinee
with a double feature and all of the extras.
McCartney joins Russia's party (5th item)
16 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney is planning to play in Russia's second city, St Petersburg, for its
300th anniversary celebrations.
Paul McCartney's 'Flu Germs' for Sale on Internet
15 April, 2003
Fans of former-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney have been invited to bid for a tiny piece of
musical history -- germs from a bout of flu that caused him to cancel a recent gig.
LDPR member wants McCartney concert on Red Square cancelled
Interfax (Russia)
15 April, 2003
The State Duma Council on Tuesday decided not to discuss a request addressed to the
Russian president to cancel a concert by Paul McCartney, the famous singer from the
legendary band Beatles, due to take place on Moscow's Red Square on May 24.
McCartney In City Shops Treat
Chester Evening Leader
15 April, 2003
Pop legend Sir Paul McCartney caused a sensation in the city when he turned up to buy
cod liver oil, chips and a bunch of flowers.
Sir Paul starts early to beat noise curfew
15 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has been told to start his four-night stint at London's Earls Court
early - to avoid keeping the neighbours awake.
Motorway drama for Pete Best
By Nicky Tabarn, Liverpool Echo
15 April, 2003
Former Beatle Pete Best and his band had a lucky escape from a terrifying road crash.
Macca's ticket to stride
The Sun
15 April, 2003
Pop legend Sir Paul McCartney and wife Heather stroll in a park amid sun-seekers —
who had no idea they were rubbing shoulders with a superstar.
McCartney to administer Perkins' music
By W. Matt Meyer, The Jackson Sun
15 April, 2003
Don't be surprised if you start hearing more Carl Perkins music in movies, on television
or on the radio in the coming years.
Paul McCartney Weighs In On Saddam's Fate   ;-)
By Dan Kilian, Broken Newz
14 April, 2003
Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney told a reporter today he doesn't believe Saddam
Hussein is dead.
McCartney, Beatles Will Profit From Universal Sale (last item)
By Roger Friedman, Fox News
14 April, 2003
If the sale of Universal Music Group goes from rumor to fact, expect the Beatles to be
the biggest profit takers.
Ono Releases Remix of 'Walking on Thin Ice'
Associated Press
14 April, 2003
Yoko Ono may not fit the stereotype of a typical dance music artist, but she likes the
fact that anything goes when it comes to dance music.
No lifelines for McCartney
The Evening Standard
14 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that he and wife Heather Mills were turned down as
contestants for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - because host Chris Tarrant did not
think they would be good enough.
Macca wows fans
By Andy Coleman, Birmingham Evening Mail
14 April, 2003
It was a was a big thumbs up by a capacity crowd at the NIA for Sir Paul McCartney as
he rocked and rolled back the years with 22 Beatles classics.
Also: Macca's back!; Macca rocks Birmingham (inc. video); Macca rocks Birmingham#2;
Review: Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney hatte nur kurz einen Butler
(Paul McCartney had only briefly a Butler)
Associated Press
14 April, 2003
(Text in German. Use the translation tools here or there.)
Yoko Ono At 70
By Nina Myskow, The Mirror
14 April, 2003
When Yoko Ono turned 70 in February all she wanted to do was dance all night long.
Also: Ono, you don't (2nd item)
Monkey no do
13 April, 2003
Fashion designer Stella McCartney had to be edited at a recent Beverly Hills gala in
her honor sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue and Cedars-Sinai.
DVD review: New 'Beatles Anthology' has little that's new to attract you
By Patrick MacDonald, The Seattle Times
13 April, 2003
It probably won't do any good to tell Beatles fans that if they already own the video box
set of "The Beatles Anthology," released in 1996, they really won't need the new DVD
Beatles for sale
By Matt Mckenzie, icNewcastle
13 April, 2003
Money can't buy you love... but a few thousand pounds will get you a sheet of paper from
a North hotel signed by the Beatles.
New view of Beatles
By Graham Dwyer, The Daily Yomiuri (Japan)
13 April, 2003
At 8:45 p.m. on Aug. 29, 1959, four young men took to the stage of a new club in a cellar
in Liverpool, England.
A yes from Yoko Ono
By Hugh Davies, Daily Telegraph
12 April, 2003
Yoko Ono has approved a musical version of the life of John Lennon that is likely to open
up new wounds in her 22-year feud with Sir Paul McCartney.
Also: Imagine: John Lennon Is Coming to Broadway
Douglas enjoys his charmed life in music industry
By Rod Harmon, Houston Chronicle
11 April, 2003
Dec. 3, 1965: Jack Douglas, a young guitarist from New York, and a friend travel to
Liverpool aboard a tramp steamer with dreams of making it big.
The Beatles Anthology DVD Debuts at Number 1
11 April, 2003
The Beatles Anthology DVD, released April 1, 2003, debuts at the number one position on
Billboard's DVD Music Video Chart and on the Music Video Chart, having sold nearly
59,000 units in the first week.
Ringo Rama
By Jeff Glorfeld, The Age
11 April, 2003
Listening to Ringo Starr's new record is a bit like turning on a radio and finding it tuned to
the mid-1970s.
Lennon's specs fail to sell
By Emma Gunby, Liverpool Echo
10 April, 2003
A pair of broken glasses worn by John Lennon have failed to sell at auction.
McCartney rocks the Arena
By Paul Taylor, Manchester Online
10 April, 2003
Up on stage, a well-preserved gentleman of advanced years was oo-ooing his way through
the blithe melody of All My Loving.
Also: McCartney resumes UK tour; Sir Paul excites in his 'rehearsal' for Liverpool show;
Macca is Manc-nificent
Lennon would have been angry with war, Ono says
Japan Today
10 April, 2003
Yoko Ono, the widow of former Beatle John Lennon, said in a recent interview with Kyodo
News that her husband would have been angry at the U.S.-led war on Iraq.
Queen of chick chic with an eye for style
Edinburgh Evening News
10 April, 2003
It was her famous father who set the immortal words "all you need is love" to music.
Heather McCartney video chat enthralls Burnaby students
By Janet Steffenhagen, Vancouver sun
10 April, 2003
She talks about personal struggles and her campaign against landmines
Can They Work It Out? (3rd item)
By Liz Smith, Newsday
10 April, 2003
THEY DO SAY that the relationship between Mrs. Paul McCartney (Heather Mills) and
her stepchild, fashion's Stella McCartney, isn't that of the wicked stepmom type.
Heather Is Shocked And Upset
The Mirror
10 April, 2003
Heather Mills-McCartney yesterday backed the Daily Mirror Ali Appeal, saying: "It is a
worthy cause."
McCartney show goes on
Manchester Online
9 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney will perform in Manchester tonight after it was revealed his voice has
Also: McCartney overcomes cold to get back on stage
Anxious wait for Macca gig
By David Hinde, Northwich Chronicle
9 April, 2003
Two Paul McCartney fans, who have waited years to see their hero in concert, are waiting
with baited breath to find out whether they will finally do so - because the former Beatle
has lost his voice.
Neil Innes, The Basement
By John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald
9 April, 2003
With morality turned on its head, laughs have been thin of late. So an evening with Neil
Innes was possibly just the ticket to shake off the gloom and have a giggle at what silly
creatures we are.
Ringo Starr - Ringo Rama
8 April, 2003
Ringo Starr is stealthily working on a worthy late career with modestly ambitious albums
such as 1998's Vertical Man and the brand-new Ringo Rama.
Wait goes on for McCartney fans
By Carl Palmer, Manchester Online
8 April, 2003
Doubts still surround Sir Paul McCartney's two sell-out shows at the Manchester Evening
News Arena.
Beatles for sale
By Susie Kelly, Glasgow Evening Times
8 April, 2003
A collection of rare Beatles memorabilia from the group's famous Glasgow concerts is
expected to fetch thousands of pounds when it comes up for auction.
This week's hot video: The Beatles Anthology
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
8 April, 2003
It's 11 hours of the Fab Four -- nearly twice as much as seen in the ABC-TV special in 1995.
"I'm So Proud To Have Known George"
By Brian Reade, The Mirror
7 April, 2003
The only song Paul McCartney sings on this world tour that is not his own is the one Frank
Sinatra called the greatest love ballad ever written.
McCartney gig cancelled after he loses voice
6 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney has cancelled his latest UK tour performance after losing his voice.
Also: Macca pulls out of gig; Sir Paul has lost his voice; I'll be back, vows Macca as show
cancelled; Sir Paul's dates in doubt
Roll up for the magical history tour
By David Sinclair, The Times
7 April, 2003
You would think from all the fuss that Paul McCartney had never played any of the Beatles'
hits live before.
Also: Hard day's knight
New material, richer sound on 'Beatles Anthology'
By Terry Lawson, The Contra Costa Times
6 April, 2003
Capitol Records, distributor of the new five-DVD edition of "The Beatles Anthology,"
elected not to release advance copies to reviewers, fearing the 81 minutes of new material
added to the out-of-print 10-hour VHS version would be pirated on the Internet.
Macca rocks Sheffield
By Linnie Rawlinson, BBC
6 April, 2003
As Paul McCartney arrived in Sheffield to kick off the UK leg of his 'Back In The World'
tour, the big question was: Could Macca carry the weight of his Beatles legacy?
Also: Paul McCartney UK tour: Your views
Paul McCartney - Reborn
By Brian Reade, The Mirror
5 April, 2003
The taxi made a forced detour en route to the airport because a Japanese woman was
opening a semi-detached house for the National Trust.
Also: McCartney to wow fans
A day in the lives
By Mike Kiely, The Guardian
5 April, 2003
Mike Kiely takes a trip down memory lane at the childhood homes of John Lennon and
Paul McCartney
Look out, Beatles about
By Graham Reid, The New Zealand Herald
5 April, 2003
For a record company it was the cross-marketing opportunity of a lifetime.
Credit grab (last item)
4 April, 2003
Ringo Starr has taken a small jab at his old bandmate Paul McCartney.
Tapes of Lennon and Stepdaughter to Be Auctioned
By Judith Crosson, Reuters
4 April, 2003
He was one of the biggest rock stars in the world and she was just a little 5-year-old girl
as they sat on the floor in 1969, singing and telling stories with a tape recorder running.
Exhibit showcases Linda McCartney's photos
By Connie Cone Sexton, The Arizona Republic
4 April, 2003
Jimi Hendrix in a contemplative pose. The Beatles in a quiet moment (with Yoko in
John's arms). The Beatles in a festive moment with John giving Paul a thumb's up.
Time to Put Record Straight, Says McCartney
By Michelle Green, Reuters
4 April, 2003
Former Beatle Paul McCartney hit back at critics on Saturday, saying a decision to
reverse the traditional "Lennon-McCartney" songwriting credit on his new album was
not a slur on his band mate but a chance to "put the record straight."
Dylan and Beatles get intimate
By Chris Heard, BBC
4 April, 2003
Candid photographs of The Beatles and Bob Dylan in retreat from the pressures of
fame have gone on show in the UK for the first time.
McCartney Buys Rights to Carl Perkins' Catalog
4 April, 2003
Former Beatle Paul McCartney's music publishing company has obtained rights to 23
classic rock 'n' roll songs composed by the late Carl Perkins, including "Blue Suede
Shoes," "Honey Don't" and "Matchbox."
McCartney is back in the world
By Robert Nisbet, BBC
4 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney brings his Back in the World tour to the UK on Saturday.
Save The Earth Fest 2003 Earth Day Benefit Announced
Business Wire
4 April, 2003
Dave Matthews Band, Linkin Park, Paul McCartney, Red Hot Chili Peppers and U2
Autographed Guitars and Posters available via Online Auction, and Live Auctions on
Radio Stations Across the U.S.
Why don't I do it on the road?
By Patrick Humphries, The Times
4 April, 2003
On the eve of his first British tour for ten years, Paul McCartney tells Patrick Humphries
why he feels the time is right to return to the Beatles songbook
Also: Was John Lennon better than Paul McCartney?; Thumbs aloft ditty dozen
Has the Cute One still got it?
The Western Mail (Wales)
4 April, 2003
Some people are born great, some achieve greatness, some have greatness thrust upon
them - and some are so scared of losing an iota of their greatness, that they sell out and
play the nostalgia ticket.
Also: Macca's tour for the fans
Big Gig Mac On Track
By Cara Page, Daily Record
4 April, 2003
Promoters flew to Scotland yesterday to finalise Sir Paul McCartney's biggest- ever gig in
the country.
The Beatles Anthology ***
By Michael Clark, Gwinnett Daily Post
4 April, 2003
The definitive, all-encompassing history of the group that forever changed popular music.
Linda McCartney's '60s go on display at library
By Curtis Grippe, The Arizona Republic
4 April, 2003
The name McCartney is synonymous with rock and roll in the '60s, but usually it's Paul
McCartney's name being mentioned.
On the Web
By Dave Tianen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (thanks to Douglas E Selky)
3 April, 2003
Here's a thought that should depress most boomers: Julian Lennon turns 40 on Tuesday.
MSN emitirá el concierto de Paul McCartney en Moscú
(Spanish. Use the translation tools links above)
3 April, 2003
El concierto de Moscú forma parte de la gira mundial que ha emprendido el artista para
presentar su nueva producción Back In The World y Back in The US, conformada por
un disco y un DVD.
Success hasn't spoiled Beatle Ringo Starr
By Kevin O'Hare, The Republican
3 April, 2003
He's been idolized for 40 years, he's known by his first name all over the world and he's
got enough money to live the lifestyle of the very rich and the very famous.
Also: In Defense of... Ringo
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! SCA gets Fab
By Ray Hogan, The Stamford Advocate
3 April, 2003
Paul McCartney was Jack Petrilla's inspiration for becoming a musician.
Why Imagine is a top pop
Liverpool Echo
3 April, 2003
What is the most inspirational Lennon or McCartney song ever - Is it Paul's Yesterday or
Lennon's Imagine?
They've got stars in their eyes, yeah, yeah, yeah
Ormskirk Advertiser
3 April, 2003
Four teenagers from West Lancashire and Merseyside will perform as The Beatles in Kids
Stars In Their Eyes on Saturday.
Doubt over Glasgow gig for Macca
By Martin Murray, Glasgow Evening Times
3 April, 2003
Sir Paul McCartney's planned concert at Celtic Park was thrown into doubt today after
conflicting statements from tour promoters and his own spokesman.
Extra seats for McCartney's RDS show
RTe Online
3 April, 2003
Extra seats are being put on sale for Paul McCartney's Back in the World Tour at the
RDS on Tuesday 27 May.
Heather Award
Daily Record
3 April, 2003
Ex-model Heather Mills-McCartney, wife of music legend Sir Paul McCartney, has
been awarded an honorary Open University doctorate for her anti-landmines campaign.
Stella McCartney against 'grounded' upbringing
2 April, 2003
Stella McCartney has called her father "tight" for sending her to a school in which she
stood out because of his wealth and fame.
Also: Stella is top role model; My tight dad, by Stella
Sir Paul backs city culture bid
1 April, 2003
One of Liverpool's most famous sons has given his backing to the city's culture bid.
It's Heather thrills
By Jon Ryder, South London Press
1 April, 2003
sky filled with red balloons on Saturday to mark the open day of the Tooting Blood Centre.
Song Of The Week (2nd item)
By Glenn Gamboa, Newsday
1 April, 2003
Never mind that he's part of the most successful band in history. Ringo Starr is making the
rounds like a newcomer
DVDs This Week
By Michael Giltz, New York Post
1 April, 2003
This sensational 1996 documentary about the greatest rock 'n' roll band of all time is even
better on DVD ($79.98, Apple).
Beatles' Story to run and run
By Suzanne Elsworth, Daily Post
1 April, 2003
Some of the world's greatest collections of Beatles memorabilia could go on display in Liverpool.
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