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  • New Study Says Hip Hop Was More Game-Changing Than The Beatles
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    New Study Says Hip Hop Was More Game-Changing Than The Beatles

    Despite being oft-credited with reinventing rock and roll, and laying the foundations for almost every musical movement that would spew forth from it, The Beatles might not be quite as revolutionary as we’ve been led to believe. New research by a group of London academics claims the emergence of hip hop did much more to

  • Aussie Musos Team Up For World-First Beatles ‘Rubber Soul/Revolver’ Tour
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    Aussie Musos Team Up For World-First Beatles ‘Rubber Soul/Revolver’ Tour

    Four of Australia’s most talented, most hairy muso dudes have bonded over their love for two classic Beatles albums. Husky Gawenda (Husky), Jordie Lane, Marlon Williams and Fergus Lincare (Kingswood) will perform Rubber Soul and Revolver live back-to-back in a series of world first shows in Australia this winter. The logically titled Rubber Soul Revolver

  • Paul McCartney Compares Kanye West To John Lennon
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    Paul McCartney Compares Kanye West To John Lennon

    In a move which is sure to fire up Beatles fans and Kanye-haters everywhere, Sir Paul McCartney has said that his experiences working with West were similar to working with his legendary songwriting partner John Lennon. In a recent interview with The Sun, McCartney discusses what it was like working with West on FourFive Seconds,

  • Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Pay Tribute To Cynthia Lennon
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    Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Pay Tribute To Cynthia Lennon

    Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono have each paid tribute to Cynthia Lennon, following her death at age 75 after a brief battle with cancer. Cynthia Lennon was the first wife of Beatle John Lennon. A message on the newly established Cynthia Lennon memorial website said she died “following a short but brave battle

  • A Bob Dylan, Beatles, Rolling Stones Collaboration Almost Happened
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    A Bob Dylan, Beatles, Rolling Stones Collaboration Almost Happened

    1969 was a pretty incredible year for music. The Beatles delivered both Yellow Submarine and Abbey Road in the space of a few months, The Rolling Stones dropped Let It Bleed and Bob Dylan immersed himself in country music with his Nashville Skyline. However, according to reports in a new book, that golden period of

  • Watch Tourists Block Traffic On The Abbey Road Crossing Live Feed
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    Watch Tourists Block Traffic On The Abbey Road Crossing Live Feed

    In the 45 years since The Beatles took the photo that adorns the cover of their classic 1969 album Abbey Road, the zebra crossing featured in the famous snap has become a popular tourist attraction. If you don’t believe us, just look at the stream below, courtesy of Abbey Road Studios’ very own live feed.

  • US Network Developing Beatles TV Series Doesn’t Have Music Rights
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    US Network Developing Beatles TV Series Doesn’t Have Music Rights

    Last week, Music Feeds reported on a TV series based on the career of The Beatles that is currently in the early stages of development at US network NBC. However, it’s now been revealed that production could be hampered by the fact that NBC does not have rights to the band’s music. According to Billboard,

  • Beatles TV Series Being Developed By US Network
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    Beatles TV Series Being Developed By US Network

    US television network NBC are reportedly in the early stages of developing a drama series based on legendary Liverpool quartet The Beatles. Despite their status as arguably the most popular band in history, there have been relatively few attempts to bring the group’s story to the screen as a drama. According to Deadline, the network

  • Watch Metallica Go Acoustic With Beatles, Ozzy Osbourne & Deep Purple Covers
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    Watch Metallica Go Acoustic With Beatles, Ozzy Osbourne & Deep Purple Covers

    During Metallica‘s four-song acoustic set at a music benefit concert in Los Angeles last night, the metal giants delighted the audience with their versatility, delivering four covers, including songs by The Beatles, Ozzy Osbourne and Deep Purple. The tenth annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit was held in Los Angeles last night, where Ozzy Osbourne and

  • 12 Bands Who Should Never Have Reunited
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    12 Bands Who Should Never Have Reunited

    There’s a natural desire in the heart of every music fan to see the bands they love who were unfortunate casualties of the volatile beast that being in a band can become, finally reunite and take the stage together once again to relive their glory days and provide a shining beacon for the future. Sometimes

  • Cheney, Rogers, Pyke & Jamieson Re-Unite For ‘White Album’ Tour
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    Cheney, Rogers, Pyke & Jamieson Re-Unite For ‘White Album’ Tour

    Following the success of their sold-out live rock phenomenon of 2009, Tim Rogers, Josh Pyke, Chris Cheney and Phil Jamieson are reuniting once again for another series of shows performing one of The Beatles‘ most groundbreaking records, their 1968 self-titled double album, commonly referred to as The White Album. In the winter of 2009, to

  • The Flaming Lips, MGMT Frontman And Miley Cyrus To Record Beatles Cover
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    The Flaming Lips, MGMT Frontman And Miley Cyrus To Record Beatles Cover

    After joining Miley Cyrus onstage during her Bangerz tour, the Flaming Lips have announced they are teaming up with the pop singer again, along with MGMT‘s Andrew VanWyngarden, to record a Beatles cover. Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne spread the news via Instagram on Friday, posting a photo of Cyrus rolling a joint (with Bangerz

  • Arctic Monkeys Cover The Beatles In NYC
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    Arctic Monkeys Cover The Beatles In NYC

    Arctic Monkeys, who cleaned up in the latest Triple J Hottest 100 and recently scored another Brit Award nomination, joined in on the celebrations marking The Beatles‘ 1964 US invasion by performing their hit, All My Loving, at their recent New York show at Madison Square Garden. “So apparently, almost to the day, I believe,

  • Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr To Perform Together At The Grammys
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    Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr To Perform Together At The Grammys

    With another announcement of performers today for the 56th Grammy Awards comes the news that surviving Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will be appearing together, both to perform and accept a Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of the legendary band. They’ll also be taping The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the

  • Eurythmics Reunite For Post-Grammys Beatles Tribute Show
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    Eurythmics Reunite For Post-Grammys Beatles Tribute Show

    Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart are getting the Eurythmics back together, with the pair reuniting to play a post-Grammys tribute to The Beatles, alongside John Mayer, Keith Urban, Alicia Keys, John Legend and Maroon 5. The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles will be recorded a day after the Grammy Awards

  • Copyright Changes Force Beatles Bootlegs Release
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    Copyright Changes Force Beatles Bootlegs Release

    Due to recent changes to European Copyright law, a collection of The Beatles rare recordings and bootlegs will be released through Apple’s iTunes on Tuesday, 17th December. They include outtakes, demos and live BBC radio performances. The Guardian reports, 59 Beatles songs are being “reluctantly” released next week by Apple Records. The collection includes 44

  • Beatles Manager Biopic Will Be First Beatles Film To Use Fab Four’s Music
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    Beatles Manager Biopic Will Be First Beatles Film To Use Fab Four’s Music

    An upcoming film about The Beatles‘ manager Brian Epstein will be the first feature film about the band to include their music. Rights to the band’s music are notoriously difficult to secure, with the new Epstein film the first strictly about the Fab Four to have successfully done so. The film will be titled The

  • Unreleased Beatles Recordings Bound For New Compilation
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    Unreleased Beatles Recordings Bound For New Compilation

    The Beatles are set to release a second volume of BBC recordings, according to reports after fans discovered a listing on the MCA Recordings Facebook page in the Philippines, promising a collection of previously unreleased performances from the mid-’60s. According to The Guardian, the sleuthing fans from fansite WogBlog found a release month of October

  • Dentist Plans To Clone John Lennon From Rotten Tooth
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    Dentist Plans To Clone John Lennon From Rotten Tooth

    Hey, remember when that Canadian dentist bought the tooth of John Lennon at auction for a stupid amount of money back in 2011? Turns out the dude is a bit of a crackpot (surprise!), today announcing his plans to make a clone of the Imagine singer from the rotten specimen. Albertan Michael Zuk told Examiner

  • Paul McCartney Performs Live Debut Of Four Beatles Tracks In Brazil
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    Paul McCartney Performs Live Debut Of Four Beatles Tracks In Brazil

    Paul McCartney has performed 4 songs by The Beatles for the first time on the opening night of his world tour in Brazil. Onstage in Belo Horizonte, McCartney played for the very first time Your Mother Should Know (Magical Mystery Tour, ’67), Lovely Rita (Sgt. Pepper’s, ’67), Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (Sgt.

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