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Former Beatles drummer Pete Best returned to the site of a gig he played with the Fabs in 1962, the Wirral Globe reported Dec. 18 . Best returned for a ceremony to name the new community radio station.
Paul McCartney dropped by The Tonight Show Wednesday to plug his new single, "Hope for the Future," which he wrote for the popular video game Destiny . Paul also admitted to host Jimmy Fallon that while it wasn't hard for him to write the music for a video game, he's pretty clueless when it comes to playing them.
MORE than 50 years after first performing with John, Paul and George, The Beatles' original drummer Pete Best returned to Birkenhead's YMCA to officially name its community radio station. On September 8 1962, the band played to a packed crowd at the Birkenhead YMCA in Whetstone Lane.
In promoter speak, there was no shortage of inventory here in 2014. Look no further than Stage AE having its most active year since opening in 2010.
On December 17, 2010, Sir Paul McCartney performed a 2-hour lunchtime show to promote the 100 Club, a historic music venue on London's Oxford Street which was threatened with closure. Fans reportedly traveled from Japan, Germany and the US to be among the lucky 300 to experience the intimate show in the cozy basement club.
On Dec. 17, Universal Music Group in Japan announced it has released a full stocking full of Beatles albums in the SHM-CD format . The albums being released are all 13 of the Beatles ' original UK stereo albums, - "Please Please Me," "With the Beatles," "A Hard Day's Night," "Beatles For Sale," "Help!," "Rubber Soul," "Revolver," "Sgt.
Once an artist is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, they then become a voting member. Paul McCartney was first enshrined as a member of The Beatles in 1988 and then again as a solo artist in 1999.
December 17th showed a big mistake, a lot of guts, style changes and a man with a lot of heart. December 17, 1960, after returning from Hamburg, The Beatles appeared at a club in Liverpool called the Casbah Coffee Club.
He became used to what became known as Beatlemania throughout the 1960s - a fan frenzy characterised by high pitched screaming and hysteria. And it seemed not too much had changed for Sir Paul McCartney as he left the Daily Show studios in New York City on Monday night.
Canadian TV personality Matt Schichter tried to answer who was better between John Lennon and Paul McCartney with the help of his documentary. Schichter approached 550 actors and musicians over a decade with an intention to answer the Beatles binary curveball in one word only, News.com.au reported.