Latest Magical Mystery Tour Stories
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- At today's 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, The Beatles' acclaimed stereo box set won the GRAMMY for Best Historical Album (Jeff Jones and Allan Rouse, compilation producers; Guy Massey, Steve Rooke, Sam Okell, Paul Hicks, and Sean Magee, remastering engineers). (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110213/LA47349) The September 2009 CD release of The Beatles' remastered original albums and new boxed collections in stereo and mono was one...
NEW YORK, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Ringo Starr celebrated his 70th birthday today with throngs of "Peace & Love-ing" fans in New York City's Times Square. At noon, Ringo appeared outside Hard Rock Cafe New York, joined by family, friends and fans, and lead the crowd in one simple salute: "Peace & Love". Hundreds gathered in Times Square for the special moment, and Starr even broke through barricades and ran across traffic to greet his fans! His message of Peace & Love then...
T wo are no longer alive and the two remaining are now pensioners - but The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour just keeps rolling along. It is 41 years since the "four lads who shook the world" spent four days and three nights in Devon and Cornwall shooting scenes for the film that was to become the TV highlight of Christmas 1967 for their fans. But a new DVD stirs up memories of that Summer of Love with anecdotes and 8mm "home movies" by the people who were there. The makers describe The...
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