The Beatles’ former drummer Pete Best is to have a street in Liverpool named after him.
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Sir Paul McCartney got back to where he once belonged, performing a homecoming show at Liverpool’s O2 Academy.
A photograph of John Lennon is being projected onto Albert Dock in Liverpool to mark the start of the John Lennon Tribute Season.
Yoko Ono visited John Lennon‘s childhood home and school during a tour of Liverpool.
A monument honouring John Lennon is to be unveiled in Liverpool in October 2010.
John Lennon‘s life and legacy are to be celebrated in a two-month series of cultural events in the city of Liverpool.
A special screening of Nowhere Boy, the biopic of John Lennon‘s teenage years, was held at the famous Studio Two at Abbey Road Studios on 30 November 2009.
Details for the soundtrack to Nowhere Boy, the forthcoming John Lennon biopic, have been announced.
Liverpool councillors are to discuss creating a Beatles trail of some of the best-known locations connected to the group.
John Lennon‘s former girlfriend, May Pang, visited the Beatle’s childhood home during a visit to the city.
Small businesses in Liverpool have called on tourism bosses to improve the struggling area of Penny Lane, made famous by The Beatles in 1967.
A postgraduate masters course in The Beatles, Popular Music and Society is being launched by Liverpool Hope University.
A document said to bear the signature of Eleanor Rigby is to be auctioned to raise money for charity.
Sir Paul McCartney had announced an appearance at Liverpool’s world-famous Cavern Club on the Parkinson television show on 3 December 1999. Eleven days later it took place, with just 300 tickets available.
On the 44th anniversary of John Lennon‘s birth, Yoko Ono donated $90,000 to the Strawberry Field Salvation Army building in Liverpool.
The Beatles’ final film Let It Be had its British première on this day, with simultaneous screenings in the north and south of England. None of the group attended either.
George Harrison and his wife Pattie travelled to the north of England on this day to spend some days with his family.
In what would become one of the key ‘clues’ in the ‘Paul is dead’ myth, on this day Paul McCartney suffered a moped accident while visiting his family in Liverpool.
The Beatles’ final two live concerts in Liverpool took place on this evening at the city’s Empire Theatre.
The 25th date of The Beatles’ 1964 British tour was a return to their hometown, Liverpool. It was their first live appearance in the city since 22 December 1963.