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Opportunity knocks for Beatles fans at auction - Thursday, August 15, 2013

Fab Four door goes under the hammer at Beatles memorabilia auction in Liverpool. Beatles fans could soon be  knocking on the door of Paul  McCartney’s childhood home when it  goes under the hammer. The unusual piece of memorabilia,  taken from 20 Forthlin Road in  Liverpool, is expected to fetch about  £8,500  at auction.



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John Lennon's jacket goes under the hammer - Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Imagine you had £10,000 to spare...  you could use it to bid for a rare jacket that once belonged to Beatles star John Lennon. Dating from the late 1960s the teal blue jacket, owned and worn by Lennon, is to be sold at auction.

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McCartney crew can't eat meat while preparing for show - Wednesday, August 14, 2013

A whole lot of burly stage workers at Mosaic Stadium are on a strict diet this week, thanks to Paul McCartney. The former Beatle and rock legend is playing an outdoor show at the stadium Wednesday night.

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Sir Paul Mccartney - Paul McCartney hires stars for new album - Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Sir Paul McCartney has teamed up with Giles Martin, son of The Beatles producer Sir George Martin, as well as Adele's producer Paul Epworth and Sir Tom Jones collaborator Ethan Johns for his new album. Sir Paul McCartney has hired The Beatles' producer Sir George Martin's son to work on his new album.

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Rare Beatles Album Fetches $35,000 - Tuesday, August 13, 2013

One of the lowest numbered Beatles albums has fetched a winning bid of $35,000 (after buyers premium) with Heritage Auctions. The White Album, which had a U.S. Pressing number of A0000001, had previously belonged to Clifford J. Yamasaki of San Francisco's Let It Be Records. The auction also included a handwritten letter from Mr Yamasaki, explaining how he came to own it.


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Paul McCartney Gaining Rights to Beatles Music in 2018, 2019 - Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Former Beatle Paul McCartney could reclaim the copyrights to a cache of his most famous tunes, but he’ll have to wait five years to do so.
Copyright laws allow songwriters to regain control of their pre-1978 compositions after 56 years. That means McCartney could control his Beatles songbook from 1962 (like “Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You”) in 2018 and an even bigger cache of tunes released in 1963, (“I Saw Her Standing There,” “Please Please Me,” and “Do You Want to Know a Secret’” among them) in 2019, MSN.com reported.

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I want to SHAKE your hand! Beatles superfan compiles book containing hundreds of ordinary people's meetings with the Fab Four - Monday, August 12, 2013

A Beatles superfan has created a unique book of ordinary people's chance encounters with the world’s most famous band. The Beatles and Me by Dean Johnson, which is being officially launched on Monday, is devoted to meetings between John, Paul, George and Ringo, and their adoring fans.

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Beatles mural projection mapped on to its old Apple building in London - Monday, August 12, 2013

Projection Advertising has transformed the appearance of 94 Baker Street, the Grade II listed one-time base for Apple Records and the Apple Boutique, as part of an event to launch the new Apple Apartments. Using two 15K projectors to create a light projection,

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‘Abbey Road’ Cover Art: Strolling Back to Rock’s Most Iconic Crosswalk - Sunday, August 11, 2013

Prior to 1969, if you had insisted that a crosswalk would go down in history, you might have found yourself in the crosshairs of a petition for institutionalization. But a casual photo shoot on the morning of August 8 of that year made an otherwise nondescript pedestrian walkway into the stuff of legend... and a peculiar destination for millions of tourists to come.

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'Paul McCartney's trousers' turn up in Bridlington - Sunday, August 11, 2013

A Bridlington man is hoping a pair of half-century old leather strides he claims once belonged to Paul McCartney could trouser him thousands of pounds. Mike Hoggard claims Beatles manager Brian Epstein gave them to him when he played in a jazz band at Liverpool's Cavern Club in the early 1960s.

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