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^^ Buncha knobheads.

One of Ringo's shows schedule for October has been canceled. Hopefully it doesn't affect anyone here:

Ringo Starr's press office confirmed Aug. 4 that the Ringo Starr All-Starr Band concert scheduled for Oct. 12 at Snowden Grove Amphitheater in Southaven, Mississippi has just been canceled because of travel issues. “They hope to make it back there on a future tour,” Ringo's press representative told Beatles Examiner.

No other shows on the tour have been canceled, according to current information. The concert was one of 16 shows set for an October mini-tour by the All-Starr Band, who just completed a series of U.S. dates in July. The shows in the Midwest and South were to cover Nebraska, Texas, Mississippi, South Carolina and Florida. The additional shows were announced in June.

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Flaming Lips Reveal Guest List for Beatles 'SGT Pepper' Tribute Album.

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It’s been nearly three months since we’ve last heard any news from the Flaming Lips about their upcoming song-for-song remake of the Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club band album. Now, frontman Wayne Coyne has disclosed the list of performers who will take that trip with him on ‘With a Little Help from My Fwends.’
 
‘With a Little Help from My Fwends’ Track Listing
1. My Morning Jacket, Fever The Ghost, J Mascis – ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

2. The Flaming Lips, Black Pus, The Autumn Defense – ‘With A Little Help From My Friends

3. Miley Cyrus, Moby, the Flaming Lips – ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

4. Dr. Dog and Chuck Inglish – ‘Getting Better

5. Electric Wurms – ‘Fixing A Hole

6. Phantogram, Juliana Barwick – ‘She’s Leaving Home’

7. The Flaming Lips, Maynard James Keenan, Sunbears – ‘Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!’

8. Birdflower, Morgan Delt – ‘Within You Without You

9. The Flaming Lips, (unknown) – ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’

10. Tegan and Sara, Stardeath And White Dwarves – ‘Lovely Rita

11. Zorch, Grace Potter, Treasure MammaL – ‘Good Morning Good Morning

12. Foxygen, MGMT – ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)’

13. The Flaming Lips, Miley Cyrus – ‘A Day In The Life

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I wish she was doing the White Album instead. I would like to see her Revolution 9 cover a-hard-days-night-ringo-12

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5 August 2014
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From the official Beatles Facebook page:

Did you see The Beatles at Candlestick Park in 1966? Are you going back to see Paul at Candlestick’s final concert?

White Horse Pictures, who are producing the recently announced film with Ron Howard about the band's touring years, would love to hear your story.

Please contact the team at BeatlesLive@whitehorsepics.com

Paul is to play "Farewell to Candlestick: The Final Concert" August 14th, the last event at the stadium before it closes, and where

The Beatles played their final tour performance on August 29th 1966.

 

[x-posted at the Beatles Live project and Out There threads]

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6 August 2014
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NPR Music has an interview with Tom Petty, which includes some interesting comments about his relationship with George.

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7 August 2014
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From The Examiner:

Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band have added a new show to their tour to fill the spot of a show recently canceled, it was announced Wednesday. The new show will take place at 8 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.

This is actually the second All-Starr Band show at the venue on this tour. The band is also playing there four days earlier on Oct. 8. That show is sold out. Tickets for the new show go on sale at 10 a.m. Aug. 15, according to the venue website.

[x-posted at the Ringo tour thread]

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8 August 2014
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File under "news in the most generous sense":

Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have been invited to perform at 'Alien Woodstock' in a bid to make extra-terrestrials reveal themselves to the planet.

The two musicians - who were joined in The Fab Four by the late John Lennon and George Harrison - are wanted by UFO expert Michael C. Luckman to play at the proposed event in Malibu, California.

Luckman - who is director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research - has a theory there is a huge underwater alien base located six miles off of Malibu's Point Dume in the Pacific Ocean and he wants to use a host of pop stars who believe in alien life to coax them out of their base.

As well as Paul and Ringo, Luckman also wants Yoko Ono - the widow of late Beatle John Lennon - her son Sean Lennon and Dahni Harrison, the son of deceased fourth band member George Harrison, to take part in the concert.

More at the link

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From the Mirror:

It's one of the world’s most famous cultural landmarks.

But Beatles fans travelling to Abbey Road will soon have an unwanted addition to their sought-after photographs of the iconic zebra crossing – a lollipop lady.

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9 August 2014
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Rolling Stone and New York Times on Paul's collaboration on the video game score for Destiny. The theme song will be released as a single. No date on that yet, but the game itself will be out September 9.

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9 August 2014
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From the
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It's one of the world’s most famous cultural landmarks.

But Beatles fans travelling to Abbey Road will soon have an unwanted addition to their sought-after photographs of the iconic zebra crossing – a lollipop lady.

More at the link.

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The article gave a chance to vote on the idea - so far it is 65% against. 

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parlance said
Rolling Stone and New York Times on Paul's collaboration on the video game score for Destiny. The theme song will be released as a single. No date on that yet, but the game itself will be out September 9.

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Saw that - VERY mixed feelings on game forums - folks are worried over how much of the game budget went on hiring a Beatle.  I suspect not too much as he will make money if the single sells.

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10 August 2014
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Saw this (and it's pretty much a direct transcript) on PBS Friday night, American Experience: 1964, regarding the Beatles' interactions with Sonny Liston and Cassius Clay in Miami in 1964:

"So they went to have a picture taken with Sonny Liston...and he took one look at [them] and said 'I ain't posin' with them sissies'.  So the Beatles...second best, they were taken to Cassius Clay't training camp...[the Beatles and the narrator, a reporter, were locked into a room and were "raging and cursing" about it, waiting for Clay]...suddenly the door bursts open - there is the most beautiful creature any of us had ever seen - you forget how big Cassius Clay was...he was laughing and joking...and he said 'C'mon Beatles, let's go make some money!  And they followed him out...like kindergarten kids...then afterwards, the Beatles leave, Cassius goes back into his dressing room...and says 'Who were those little sissies?'".

I just thought it was funny that both of them referred to the Beatles as "sissies" and the Beatles ended up having way more impact on the world than any sports figure (that I know of).  Pooh on them! (I shouldn't say that, poor Liston got embarrassed, and Clay [Ali] is at the end of a 25 year battle with Parkinson's)

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Dailymail article on the auction of an early Beatles photograph.

One of the earliest photos of The Beatles in Liverpool's Cavern Club is to be auctioned along with a series of other recently unearthed snaps of the band at the beginning of their career.

The picture, taken in 1961, features Paul McCartney at the front of the stage and Pete Best on drums - a year before he was replaced by Ringo Starr

Stephen Bailey - the manager of The Beatles Shop, in Liverpool - said the memorabilia sale includes a series of negatives brought into the Mathew Street store by a man who casually told him: 'My father was a professional photographer and these might be of interest to you.'

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Wonder if these people (not wearing black leather jackets) can be identified.

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