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Fringe theatre reviews: The Beatles Were a Boyband | Move Fast and Break Things | Motherload! | Stretched | Giving Up the Ghost | Death of a Disco Dancer

The Beatles Were a Boyband **** Gilded Balloon Patter Hoose, until 13 August Sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter Everyday sexism is integrated into everyday everything else in Rachel O’Regan’s defiantly down-to-earth new play that refuses to let its lively young Scottish female pals be defined by the actions of anonymous men whose […]

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The Beatles and Rolling Stones slammed ‘c**p’ Britpop band

Decades after The Beatles had split up they were still very much involved in the music industry. And by the time the 1990s rolled around the UK was ruled by Britpop. But the likes of Paul McCartney and George Harrison had a fight on their hands. As Oasis exploded into the mainstream comparisons were naturally […]

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Music from Bond movies The Beatles on tap for Plymouth Philharmonic

PLYMOUTH – A tribute to the music of the James Bond movies and The Beatles are highlights of the 107th season for the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra.   Music director Steven Karidoyanes will lead the orchestra in 10 performances, starting with a program of “American Favorites” and ending with “Come Together,” a celebration of the music of […]

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Come Together brings back the sound of the Beatles – The Mon Valley Independent

Joe Waslousky played the drums during Come Together’s show at the Aquatorium. By Matt Petras For the MVI Unlike many of the Monongahela Aquatorium shows this summer, Come Together didn’t attempt to look or act like its tribute artist. At Saturday’s performance in the Rockin’ on the Mon concert series, the band’s six members took the […]

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‘It’s good for the soul’: New Salem library hosting Beatles multimedia program

Published: 8/7/2022 4:04:49 PM Modified: 8/7/2022 4:01:32 PM NEW SALEM — A record-breaking 73 million people tuned in to watch “The Ed Sullivan Show” on Feb. 9, 1964, and saw The Beatles introduce the United States to moptop haircuts and Cuban-heeled boots. One of those Americans was 8-year-old Fran Hart, who that night began a […]

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Beatles Fans Used to Break Into George Harrison’s House and Steal Things

Pattie Boyd married George Harrison at the height of the Beatles’ fame. Fans swarmed her husband everywhere they went and often threw abuse at Boyd when she was out in public. She explained that things became particularly hard after fans discovered where Harrison lived. While Boyd didn’t initially share the home with him, she kept […]

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The Beatles flop Paul McCartney turned into a solo hit

John Lennon once noted that The Beatles‘ 1968 LP The White Album was the least collaborative record the ‘fab four’ ever made. It marked a distinct shift in the dynamics the group had once relied upon, and there was a sense that John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were drifting apart both […]

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10 Greatest Covers Of Beatles Songs

Coming up to 60 years since the release of their debut album, the cultural cache of The Beatles shows no sign of diminishing. Between Peter Jackson’s exhaustive documentary and Paul McCartney’s Fab Four-heavy Glastonbury set, we’re still getting our money’s worth from the Liverpool four piece. And this extends beyond fans and listeners to fellow […]

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‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Director Peter Jackson’s Labor Of Love: “It Still Makes Me Smile” – Contenders TV: The Nominees

Peter Jackson’s mesmerizing Disney+ documentary The Beatles: Get Back was supposed to be a six-hour immersion into the recording of Let It Be and the last live concert by rock music’s most famous band before they split up and headed toward solo careers. “I didn’t want to make the movie about the Beatles breaking up,” Jackson […]

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The Beatles, Beyoncé and how to be creative today

Beyoncé recently came out with her first studio album in six years, an exuberant hour of music called “Renaissance” that I’ve had on repeat in the days since it was released, and there is something unusual about this record: Before listening to Beyoncé, it’s worth reading Beyoncé. First article Source link