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Simpsons episode reveals Beatles attraction in Springfield - Monday, March 24, 2014

On Sunday's episode of The Simpsons, all the bullies in town took the subway to the Bully Summit, giving us a look at Springfield's mass transit system (and sort of Vignelli-esque map... or is it more like Boston's?). We get a look at the platforms (where the bully gangs assemble a la The Warriors... or Michael Jackson's "Bad" video), along with the interior of the cars, and the whole thing is pretty 1980s NYC (with boomboxes, but less graffiti).

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East Grinstead busker reaches two million YouTube hits singing everything from Beatles to James Blunt - Monday, March 24, 2014

YOU may well have hummed along to one of his songs. Perhaps you have dropped a few coins into his guitar case. But you probably haven't realised just how popular busker Danny McEvoy is. A regular sight in East Grinstead town centre, he may well be Britain's best-loved busker as his YouTube videos have just passed two million views.

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Savoretti gets tips from McCartney - Sunday, March 23, 2014

Jack Savoretti was given career advice by Sir Paul McCartney after starring in his video for the track 'Queenie Eye'. Jack Savoretti was given career advice by Sir Paul McCartney. The 30-year-old singer, who appeared alongside Johnny Depp and Kate Moss in Paul's recent video for his track 'Queenie Eye', was given some tips from The Beatles legend and has kept in touch with him. 


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50 Years Of Beatle Mania - Legendary Photographer Harry Benson On The Fab Four - Sunday, March 23, 2014

In January 1964 the Beatles toured Europe, having just become a sensation with the release of their debut album the year before. While playing a series of concerts in France, they stayed at the George V hotel in Paris (now the Four Seasons George V). The Beatles’ residency here was short but very important, as they wrote the hit “I Feel Fine”

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How Beatles artist signed to help Bristol charity bookshop - Saturday, March 22, 2014

When a rare Beatles record was dropped off at a charity bookshop, it looked like the donation was going to raise a healthy £50. But for one keen employee at Amnesty Bookshop on Gloucester Road, that wasn’t good enough. Colin Richardson, a volunteer looking after collectable donations, took it upon himself to add even more value by writing to the artist behind the famous Revolver record sleeve.

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McCartneys swing through Chandler on ‘Magical History Tour’ - Saturday, March 22, 2014

Angie McCartney and daughter Ruth have been Beatles insiders from 1964 onwards, when Angie married Sir Paul McCartney’s father, Jim, in November of that year. Angie and Ruth McCartney are coming to Chandler March 21 and will share their walk down the long and winding road of the biggest music phenomenon that the world has ever seen.

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Beatles jackets worn during the filming of Help! sell for £115,000 - Friday, March 21, 2014

Rare jackets worn by George Harrison and Ringo Starr during the making of the 1965 Beatles' film Help! sold for more than £50,000 apiece on Thursday. A piano used in the movie – which Sir Paul McCartney worked at while composing the classic song Yesterday – fetched a similar sum.

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Sir Paul McCartney's legal bid on Beatles auction - Friday, March 21, 2014

Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney prevents the family of his late nanny selling off his old clothes in Liverpool amid a dispute over ownership. Sir Paul McCartney has ordered lawyers to halt an auction after his late nanny’s family tried to sell clothes once worn by the former Beatle.


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Rockhampton sisters have proof they really met The Beatles - Thursday, March 20, 2014

FOR nearly 50 years, Amy Lester and her two younger sisters have been sharing stories about the day they met The Beatles in Brisbane. The Rockhampton women have vivid memories of the monumental event but have never had photographic evidence - until now.

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Unseen John Lennon letter complains about Keith Moon's rock'n'roll behaviour - Thursday, March 20, 2014

A letter written by John Lennon blaming rockers Keith Moon and Harry Nilsson for urinating on a console at a recording studio is up for sale. The former Beatle was frustrated by the hellraising pair's behaviour in the studio they all shared in Los Angeles in the early 1970s.

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