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George Harrison’s sarcastic reaction to being stabbed 40 times revealed in new biography - www.nme.com
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24.10.2023

George Harrison’s sarcastic reaction to being stabbed 40 times revealed in new biography

George Harrison’s witty response to being stabbed 40 times has been revealed in a new biography.Released today (October 24), the new book is written by Philip Norman and explores the life of the Beatles member in a new light.Titled George Harrison: The Reluctant Beatle, the biography also discusses the 1999 incident, which left the musician fighting for his life after being stabbed 40 times.The moment took place when Harrison and his wife Olivia became victims of a home invasion, and upon hearing someone break into his home, the guitarist got out of bed to investigate.From there, he was soon confronted by a man named Michael Abram who was holding a knife. An altercation followed as Harrison attempted to wrestle the knife out of Abram’s hands, however, the intruder managed to get on top of the Beatle and stabbed him 40 times.

Ringo Starr U-turns on ‘Let It Be’ documentary after saying there was “not a lot of joy” in it - www.nme.com
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17.05.2024

Ringo Starr U-turns on ‘Let It Be’ documentary after saying there was “not a lot of joy” in it

Ringo Starr has given the newly restored Let It Be documentary his seal of approval, despite previously claiming that there was “not a lot of joy” in it.Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Let It Be was first released in cinemas 54 years ago, and featured footage of The Beatles while they were working their 12th and final studio album of the same name in 1969.While the original film has been difficult to obtain over the past five decades, last month, NME exclusively announced that Disney+ were to release a restored version of the 1970 film.The film arrived on May 8, and was restored by renowned filmmaker Peter Jackson – who also worked on the 2022 docuseries Get Back. He used state-of-the-art digital technology to restore the 55-year-old film reels to crisp, modern quality.However, before the film was shared earlier this month, drummer Ringo Starr made headlines after revealing that he thought that the film didn’t have “a lot of joy in it”.Speaking with Associated Press, he said: “I think Peter Jackson has done an incredible job.

Beatles tribute concert at cathedral triggers audience walkout over “wall of noise” - www.nme.com
nme.com
16.05.2024

Beatles tribute concert at cathedral triggers audience walkout over “wall of noise”

Beatles tribute concert led to concertgoers walking out of the venue, according to new reports.The gig took place at the 1,000-year-old Winchester Cathedral, and saw numerous attendees leave the event early due to the “deafening acoustics” at the venue.Hundreds of people were in attendance to see the “ultimate tribute” to the iconic rock veterans, but reports later emerged that the choice of venue led to a “wall of sound” being created, and the songs becoming indistinguishable from one another.According to a report from GB News, tickets to the event were around £40 per person, and numerous attendees claimed they couldn’t tell which song was playing at the Beatles by Candlelight concert.“We had been looking forward to it for weeks, we were really excited. We thought it would be a really nice evening, but no,” one concertgoer told The Telegraph about the experience.

Ringo Starr admits The Beatles had several ‘rows’ at height of fame: ‘We didn’t get along’ - nypost.com - Britain
nypost.com
15.05.2024

Ringo Starr admits The Beatles had several ‘rows’ at height of fame: ‘We didn’t get along’

shout — a lot.Ringo Starr, 83, admitted that The Beatles had their issues with one another in a new interview with Dan Rather, 92, for AXS.“No no, we didn’t get along,” the drummer said of the iconic English rock band on May 10. “We were four guys. We had rows.”But Starr said that the drama with the other Beatles — Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon — “never got in the way of the music no matter how bad the row was.”“Once the count in, we all gave our best,” Starr explained.

Ringo Starr says The Beatles would have made far fewer records had it not been for “workaholic” Paul McCartney - www.nme.com
nme.com
14.05.2024

Ringo Starr says The Beatles would have made far fewer records had it not been for “workaholic” Paul McCartney

Ringo Starr has revealed that The Beatles wouldn’t have made as many records had it not been for “workaholic” Paul McCartney.The drummer of the legendary band sat down with journalist Dan Rather for a new interview on AXS TV. Starr opened up about how The Beatles didn’t get along and how without Macca, they wouldn’t have made nearly as many records as they did.“No no, we didn’t get along.

Watch The Beatles’ new, restored video for ‘Let It Be’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
10.05.2024

Watch The Beatles’ new, restored video for ‘Let It Be’

The Beatles have released a brand new restored video for ‘Let It Be’.The video features clips from the newly released and restored 1970 film Let It Be, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and uses rarely-seen alternate camera angles of the Fab Four and Billy Preston as they were recording the song.The meticulous restoration was done by Park Road Post Production from the original 16mm negative. According to the video’s description on YouTube, it was “filmed on the day after the January 30 rooftop concert” in 1969.‌The Let It Be film is now streaming on Disney+, marking the first time the documentary has been available in over 50 years.In a four-star review of the film, NME shared: “There may not be a more punk rock bit of film on earth than George being told the police were on the roof to shut them down, and casually turning his amp back on.

The Beatles’ iconic rooftop gig in 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary “almost didn’t happen” - www.nme.com - London - Indiana
nme.com
09.05.2024

The Beatles’ iconic rooftop gig in 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary “almost didn’t happen”

The Beatles‘ classic 1970 documentary film Let It Be was premiered in London earlier this week (May 7), before arriving on Disney+. Speaking at the press launch, creators explained how one of the most vital scenes – and significant moments in music history – never happened.The film was screened in front of an audience at the Curzon Mayfair which included original recording engineer Glyn Johns and Giles Martin (son of legendary Beatles producer George Martin, who remixed the music in Let It Be), Louis Theroux, James Bay, The Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie and Captain America and Indiana Jones actor Toby Jones.The documentary, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, was first released in cinemas 54 years ago and has been difficult to obtain since primarily because the original master tapes were stolen from Apple Corps shortly after the film was made.Speaking in a Q&A hosted by former Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman, Jonathan Clyde producer of the film and director of production at Apple Corps, said: “When we first started talking about [restoring] it with [head of Apple Corps] Neil Aspinall in 2000, he said rather unenthusiastically, ‘I suppose we’d better do something about Let It Be’.“But the problem was that the master sound, that’s 450 to 500, 15 minute reels of master sound from the 20-odd days of shooting, had been stolen from Apple [Corps] in the early ’70s.”He continued: “So in truth, there was not a lot we could do except whoever it was who pilched them was licensing them to bootleggers who were then bootlegging vinyl and CD box sets.

Worth the wait? The Beatles’ farewell film ‘Let It Be’ hits streaming 54 years later: review - nypost.com - London
nypost.com
09.05.2024

Worth the wait? The Beatles’ farewell film ‘Let It Be’ hits streaming 54 years later: review

finally available to stream on Disney+ this week.Was it worth the 54-year wait?Well, yes — and no.Some context is needed here first: If you watched “The Beatles: Get Back” — the three-part, eight-hour docuseries directed by none other than Oscar-winning “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson that also premiered on Disney+ in 2021 — you’ve already seen a lot of this.And seen it in the kind of exhaustive detail — from the same footage that Jackson used from “Let It Be” director Michael Lindsay-Hogg — that you can probably break down the level of scruffiness in Paul McCartney’s faux-badass beard.But thankfully — whether or not you’ve already watched the tedious-at-times “Get Back” — this is only 80 minutes versus eight hours of your time.For anyone but the biggest of Beatlemaniacs, that math is math-ing.But here’s the real difference: Whereas “Get Back” captured every bit of Liverpudlian shade, side-eye and Yoko Ono rock-blocking, this “Let It Be” is all about the music that was made in the slow fade of the Fab Four.For most of this film — which documents The Beatles working out songs for what would turn out to be their final album, 1970’s “Let It Be,” in January 1969 — it’s just like being a little four-winged insect on the wall of those sessions at their Apple Corps headquarters in London.Rehearsing, working out songs and just jamming — even with all the mounting tension which is actually more between McCartney and George Harrison than Sir Paul and John Lennon (for all those who still blame Ono for the Beatles’ breakup) — it’s a magical mystery tour behind the scenes of what many consider to be the greatest band of all time.When McCartney and Lennon are in such easy harmony and camaraderie on “Two Of Us” — with the

Influential rock ‘n’ roll icon Duane Eddy dead at 86 - nypost.com - New York - Tennessee - county Franklin
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01.05.2024

Influential rock ‘n’ roll icon Duane Eddy dead at 86

NEW YORK — Duane Eddy, a pioneering guitar hero whose reverberating electric sound on instrumentals such as “Rebel Rouser” and “Peter Gunn” helped put the twang in early rock ‘n’ roll and influenced George Harrison, Bruce Springsteen and countless other musicians, has died at age 86.Eddy died of cancer Tuesday at the Williamson Health hospital in Franklin, Tennessee, according to his wife, Deed Abbate.With his raucous rhythms, and backing hollers and hand claps, Eddy sold more than 100 million records worldwide, and mastered a distinctive sound based on the premise that a guitar’s bass strings sounded better on tape than the high ones.“I had a distinctive sound that people could recognize and I stuck pretty much with that. I’m not one of the best technical players by any means; I just sell the best,” he told The Associated Press in a 1986 interview.

Duane Eddy, Grammy-Winning ‘Peter Gunn’ Guitarist, Dies at 86 - variety.com - Tennessee - county Franklin
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01.05.2024

Duane Eddy, Grammy-Winning ‘Peter Gunn’ Guitarist, Dies at 86

Chris Morris Music Reporter Duane Eddy, who became the first stand-alone rock ‘n’ roll guitar star with a string of instrumental hits in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s including the theme to TV series “Peter Gunn” and “Rebel Rouser,” died April 30 in Franklin, Tenn., He was 86. A rep for the guitarist said he was surrounded by his devoted wife Deed and his family. “Duane inspired a generation of guitarists the world over with his unmistakeable signature ‘Twang’ sound.

Duane Eddy Dies: Influential ‘Rebel Rouser’ & ‘Peter Gunn’ Guitarist Was 86 - deadline.com - Britain - USA - Arizona - county Franklin
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01.05.2024

Duane Eddy Dies: Influential ‘Rebel Rouser’ & ‘Peter Gunn’ Guitarist Was 86

Duane Eddy, the twangy, Grammy-winning rock guitarist who had Top 10 instrumental hits including “Rebel Rouser” and “Forty Miles of Bad Road” and scored with a version of Henry Mancini’s “Peter Gunn,” died Wednesday in Franklin, TN, The Arizona Republic reported. He had turned 86 last week.

John Lennon’s ‘Help!’ guitar going up for auction after being lost for 50 years - www.nme.com - Britain - Norway
nme.com
24.04.2024

John Lennon’s ‘Help!’ guitar going up for auction after being lost for 50 years

John Lennon and George Harrison, which appeared in the movie Help!, is headed to auction after being lost for 50 years.The model is a 12-string Hootenanny acoustic guitar, made in the early ’60s by Bavarian manufacturer Framus. It famously appeared in the Beatles movie Help!, as Lennon used it to perform a rendition of ‘You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away’.It also features on the studio version of the song, and in ‘Help!’s title track, ‘It’s Only Love’ and ‘I’ve Just Seen A Face’.

Inside the dysfunctional last days of the Beatles, as they called each other ‘nasty’ - nypost.com - USA - parish St. Martin - Philippines - city Manila
nypost.com
23.04.2024

Inside the dysfunctional last days of the Beatles, as they called each other ‘nasty’

All You Need Is Love: The Beatles in Their Own Words” (St. Martin’s Press), an illuminating page turner from former band aide Peter Brown and best-selling author Steven Gaines.The extensive oral history is made up of candid interviews with Gaines, captured in 1980-1981; a scheduled sit-down with Lennon never happened before his Dec.

‘Baby Reindeer’ creator says he feels sorry for real-life stalker - www.nme.com - city Springfield
nme.com
23.04.2024

‘Baby Reindeer’ creator says he feels sorry for real-life stalker

Netflix hit Baby Reindeer has revealed that he “feels sorry” for the stalker character in the show.The show has been created by comedian Richard Gadd, and is based on his 2019 one-man play of the same name. It depicts a version of the real-life story of his own stalking ordeal.The synopsis clarifies that the show focuses “on struggling comedian Donny Dunn’s (Gadd) strange and layered relationship with a woman named Martha (Jessica Gunning), whose initially friendly demeanour unravels as she begins to stalk Donny relentlessly”.“Their first interaction is innocent enough: While working his shift as a bartender, Donny shows an act of kindness to Martha, a customer whose vulnerability is readily apparent,” the synopsis adds.“But, as the saying goes, ‘no good deed goes unpunished,’ and this casual encounter sparks a suffocating obsession that threatens to wreck both their lives and forces Donny to face his deeply buried trauma.”In a new interview with Variety, Gadd said that he intended to make the Martha character somewhat sympathetic, based on his experiences.“Stalking usually is depicted as someone who is kind of evil, whereas I felt like there was a vulnerable person who genuinely couldn’t stop, who for whatever reason had believed the reality that was inside her head and no matter what couldn’t change from that,” he said.“I mean, it is a mental illness and I wanted to portray that.

The Beatles’ 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary to be re-released on Disney+ - www.nme.com - city Richmond
nme.com
16.04.2024

The Beatles’ 1970 ‘Let It Be’ documentary to be re-released on Disney+

The Beatles’ classic 1970 documentary film Let It Be on May 8, NME can exclusively announce.The film, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, was first released in cinemas 54 years ago and has been difficult to obtain since – prompting considerable bootlegging. It features footage of the Fab Four while they were writing and recording their 12th and final studio album of the same name in January 1969 at London’s Twickenham Film Studios.Later in the film, the band moves to the headquarters of their company Apple Corps on Savile Row for further rehearsals and the iconic rooftop concert – the four Beatles’ last performance together as a group.As he did for the 2022 docuseries Get Back, which features extra archive material from the Let It Be shoot, acclaimed filmmaker Peter Jackson has used state-of-the-art digital technology to restore the 55-year-old film reels to crisp, modern quality.“Over the years, the original [film] print probably hasn’t been looked after that well and it didn’t look that good anymore,” Lindsay-Hogg told NME.

Here’s every song on the ‘Baby Reindeer’ soundtrack on Netflix - www.nme.com - city Springfield
nme.com
15.04.2024

Here’s every song on the ‘Baby Reindeer’ soundtrack on Netflix

Netflix series Baby Reindeer has been unveiled – you can check out all the songs below.The show from creator and comedian Richard Gadd is based on the star’s one-man play of the same name, and follows the real-life story of his stalking ordeal.The series focuses “on struggling comedian Donny Dunn’s (Gadd) strange and layered relationship with a woman named Martha (Jessica Gunning), whose initially friendly demeanour unravels as she begins to stalk Donny relentlessly”.“Their first interaction is innocent enough: While working his shift as a bartender, Donny shows an act of kindness to Martha, a customer whose vulnerability is readily apparent,” the synopsis adds.“But, as the saying goes, ‘no good deed goes unpunished,’ and this casual encounter sparks a suffocating obsession that threatens to wreck both their lives and forces Donny to face his deeply buried trauma.”The soundtrack features a number of classic rock and pop songs, including tracks from Roxy Music, Dusty Springfield, David Byrne, Peggy Lee, Brian Eno and George Harrison.

Paul McCartney recalls ‘embarrassing’ on-stage moment that changed his future with The Beatles - nypost.com
nypost.com
11.04.2024

Paul McCartney recalls ‘embarrassing’ on-stage moment that changed his future with The Beatles

legendary musician recalled that he initially wanted to play guitar for the band instead of bass. However, his hopes were dashed after an incident at a show early in his career.McCartney explained that he was good at playing the guitar while “at home,” and bandmate John Lennon’s aunt, Mimi Smith, used to tell him that he was “much better than John.”“Mind you, when I first met John, he played banjo chords,” McCartney remembered.

Paul McCartney shares “embarrassing” moment with Beatles that made him want to quit - www.nme.com
nme.com
11.04.2024

Paul McCartney shares “embarrassing” moment with Beatles that made him want to quit

Paul McCartney has shared an embarrassing story from early on in his career that he says made him want to quit playing live music.The former Beatle was speaking on the latest episode of his iHeartPodcast, McCartney: A Life in Lyrics, when he spoke about one of the band’s earliest shows together, which featured McCartney taking the coveted lead guitar role.“We had this gig and it was the first thing I ever played, and I was lead guitar player,” he explained. “John [Lennon] was rhythm.

New Beatles book reveals George Harrison’s inspiration to pick up guitar: “I remember going to see Cliff Richard and thinking fuck it – I could do better than that” - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
09.04.2024

New Beatles book reveals George Harrison’s inspiration to pick up guitar: “I remember going to see Cliff Richard and thinking fuck it – I could do better than that”

The Beatles has revealed George Harrison‘s inspiration to pick up the guitar.Due for release this Thursday (April 11), All You Need Is Love is described as “a ground-breaking oral history of the Beatles and how it all came to an end”.It is comprised of interviews taken from the controversial book The Love You Make (1983), which was written by Steven Gaines and Peter Brown – the personal assistant to Beatles manager Brian Epstein.In one section, Harrison speaks about what first ignited his interest in becoming a musician.“I remember being a kid of about twelve, dreaming of big motorboats and tropical islands and things which had nothing to do with Liverpool, which was dark and cold,” he explained to Brown and Gaines in 1980 (via The Times).“I remember going to see Cliff Richard and thinking fuck it – I could do better than that.”As Guitar.COM notes, this rivalry would eventually encourage Harrison to perfect his guitar playing – with Richard going on to envy the Fab Four’s fame and success.In 1964, the singer responded to The Beatles’ performance on The Ed Sullivan Show by saying: “It’s ridiculous! Has everyone forgotten me? What’s going on?”Despite the competition between The Beatles and Richard, John Lennon reportedly once argued that British music would not have been the same if the ‘Devil Woman’ artist hadn’t come along.“Before Cliff Richard and ‘Move It’, there was nothing worth listening to in England,” he is said to have claimed (via Gold Radio UK).All You Need Is Love also includes the claim that Yoko Ono instructed John Lennon how to use heroin and details a Lennon encounter that made The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger feel “uncomfortable”.An official description reads: “Based on never-before-published or heard

The Post’s official solar eclipse playlist: David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Bonnie Tyler and more - nypost.com - city Uptown
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05.04.2024

The Post’s official solar eclipse playlist: David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Bonnie Tyler and more

this epic power ballad, which hit No. 1 in 1983, the Welsh belter nailed the galactic pain of when the heart goes totally dark.If you don’t have some Ziggy Stardust up in your eclipse mix, then really, we can’t help you.This jazz- and falsetto-kissed bliss from “Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic” — the late, great Purple One’s underappreciated 1999 album — is a cosmic chill-out.Of course, Harrison has kept us basking in the eternal glow of “Here Comes the Sun,” off The Beatles’ 1969 classic “Abbey Road.” But 10 years later, he flipped the script with this ethereal dreaminess from his 1979 self-titled album.Going from Policeman to jazzman in his early solo years, Sting worked all of his tantric sexiness on this moonlit serenade from 1987’s “…Nothing Like the Sun.”The “Uptown Funk”-ster breaks out his best street-corner croon on this swoonworthy tune — from “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” his 2010 debut album — that is all the starry-eyed feels.The sunshine-pop quartet radiate peace, love and celestial on this song, which as part of a chart-topping medley with “Aquarius” won them the Record of the Year Grammy in 1970.On his breakout 1971 hit, Brother Bill captures the pitch blackness — and bleakness — when both his house and heart turn cold “anytime she goes away.”Chris Cornell — one of rock’s all-time greatest voices — left a black hole in the music world when he died in 2017.

Cowboy Carter Review: Every Thought We Had While Listening to Beyoncé's New Album - www.glamour.com - Alabama - state Mississippi - county Rock
glamour.com
29.03.2024

Cowboy Carter Review: Every Thought We Had While Listening to Beyoncé's New Album

released her latest album. The second in what she has promised to be a trio of albums following 2022's Renaissance, Cowboy Carter, the 27 tracks are a dizzying, genre-bending and defining, eclectic work that draws from history, country, and rock for its unique sound.To mark this cultural moment, members of the Glamour staff gathered together on the day of the album's release to listen to it together for the first time, and share our thoughts as we went along.

Pattie Boyd memorabilia collection sells for almost £3million at auction - www.nme.com
nme.com
25.03.2024

Pattie Boyd memorabilia collection sells for almost £3million at auction

George Harrison and Eric Clapton, has sold for almost £3million at auction.The collection included letters from when she was in a “love triangle” with Harrison and Clapton, along with artwork, photos and more.The internationally famous fashion model has been cited as the inspiration behind classic rock songs like ‘Something’, ‘Layla’ and ‘Wonderful Tonight’.The full collection sold for a total of £2,818,184 at auction, which was led by the original artwork Clapton chose for the cover of Derek and the Dominos’ 1970 album ‘Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs’.The artwork was estimated to fetch between £40,000 and £60,000, but went for £1,976,000 after a prolonged bidding battle, according to The Guardian.The collection went on public display at auction house Christie’s London headquarters, before going up for sale.How Pattie Boyd inspired some of the 20th century's greatest love songs. As mementoes from the iconic rock muse's collection come to Christie's, the model-turned-photographer looks back on her relationships with two legendary songwriters.

Jeff Lynne’s ELO Announce Final Tour: ‘Over and Out’ - variety.com - Los Angeles - county Bryan - county Walsh - county Adams
variety.com
18.03.2024

Jeff Lynne’s ELO Announce Final Tour: ‘Over and Out’

Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music Jeff Lynne’s ELO hae announce their final tour, dubbed “The Over and Out Tour.” The 27-date excursion, produced by Live Nation, will kick off in Palm Desert, CA on August 24 and travel across North America before concluding in Los Angeles on October 25. Artist Presale will begin on Wednesday, March 20 at 10am local time and the general onsale will start on Friday, March 22 @ 10am local time. Exclusive VIP experiences will be available March 20th at 10am local.

Sean Lennon jokes Emma Stone should play his dad John after ‘Poor Things’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.03.2024

Sean Lennon jokes Emma Stone should play his dad John after ‘Poor Things’

forthcoming biopics about The Beatles.Lennon – the son of John and Yoko Ono – attended the Oscars on Sunday (March 10) and won the award for Best Animated Short for his project War is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko. The film follows two soldiers on opposite sides playing chess while communicating with carrier pigeons.On the red carpet, Lennon spoke about the four biopics Mendes is set to direct about each member of the iconic band, telling Variety that four movies was “the minimum you need” to cover the “epic story” of the Liverpool-formed pop band.When asked who he’d want to see play his father, he joked: “I’m hoping that Emma Stone might consider it because she did such a good job in Poor Things.“I think if you’re gonna reach that as an actor, the next obvious step is to really go for it and be John Lennon.”Lennon also jokingly suggested that he could portray his mother Ono.The films will be released from 2027 and will intersect to “tell the story of the greatest band in history.”The project marks the first time Apple Corps Ltd.

Watch Dave Grohl’s fiery cover of Wings’ ‘Live And Let Die’ at Love Rocks NYC benefit show - www.nme.com - New York
nme.com
09.03.2024

Watch Dave Grohl’s fiery cover of Wings’ ‘Live And Let Die’ at Love Rocks NYC benefit show

Dave Grohl covered Paul McCartney’s ‘Live And Let Die’ during a benefit concert in New York this week – watch the fiery cover below. The performance took place during Grohl’s appearance at the Love Rocks NYC concert at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre on Thursday (March 7), an annual event in aid of the charity God’s Love We Deliver. Also appearing at the benefit were artists including Tom Morello, The Black Keys, Nile Rodgers and Hozier.

‘Friday Night Dinner’ Director Steve Bendelack Behind Rock Comedy Pic ‘Heavenly Waters’ - deadline.com - Britain - Greece
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07.03.2024

‘Friday Night Dinner’ Director Steve Bendelack Behind Rock Comedy Pic ‘Heavenly Waters’

EXCLUSIVE: BAFTA-nominated Friday Night Dinner director Steve Bendelack is helming a comedy movie about an ageing rock band who reunite.

‘Layla’ muse Pattie Boyd to auction letters Eric Clapton wrote to steal her from George Harrison - nypost.com
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29.02.2024

‘Layla’ muse Pattie Boyd to auction letters Eric Clapton wrote to steal her from George Harrison

George Harrison and Eric Clapton. In fact, Clapton tried to woo Boyd with secret love letters while she was married to Harrison — when the two Rock & Roll Hall of Famers were best friends.

Pattie Boyd reveals “love triangle” letters from George Harrison and Eric Clapton - www.nme.com - county Harrison - city Harrison
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26.02.2024

Pattie Boyd reveals “love triangle” letters from George Harrison and Eric Clapton

George Harrison and Eric Clapton.Boyd, who was an internationally famous fashion model, was a muse to both musicians and has been cited as the inspiration behind multiple classic rock songs, including ‘Something’, ‘Layla’ and ‘Wonderful Tonight’.And now, Boyd, aged 79, has decided to sell some of the letters along with a range of other possessions via the auction house Christie’s.Boyd first met Harrison on the set of 1964 film A Hard Day’s Night, eventually marrying the guitarist in 1966. Harrison was friends with Clapton and the latter would regularly spend time at their Surrey home, with the two seemingly striking up their own relationship.

Watch The Weeknd, Madonna and Playboi Carti live lavishly in video for ‘Popular’ - www.nme.com - New York
nme.com
24.02.2024

Watch The Weeknd, Madonna and Playboi Carti live lavishly in video for ‘Popular’

The Weeknd has finally shared the music video for ‘Popular’ featuring Madonna and Playboi Carti. Check it out below.The video first premiered in the game Fortnite last week.

An epic Beatles biopic is coming — but you’ll have to watch four separate movies - nypost.com - county Harrison - county Dakota
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20.02.2024

An epic Beatles biopic is coming — but you’ll have to watch four separate movies

“1917” and “Skyfall,” will helm the entire magical mystery tour of biopics that explore the lives of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. “We intend this to be a uniquely thrilling, and epic cinematic experience: four films, told from four different perspectives which tell a single story about the most celebrated band of all time,” producer Pippa Harris, of Neal Street Productions, said in a statement.

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