Spoiler: Preview of David Letterman interview with Ringo and Paul
David Letterman interviewed Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney Feb. 4 on the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater where the Beatles debuted on “The Ed Sullivan Show” 50 years ago Feb. 9, the network announced in a press release Feb. 5. The network said the interview was conducted without a studio audience.
“Now yesterday and today,” Ed Sullivan began the historic segment of Feb. 9, 1964, “our theater’s been jammed with newspapermen and the hundreds of photographers from all over the nation. And these veterans,” continued the jowly host of CBS’ “The Ed Sullivan Show,” a hugely popular variety program broadcast live on Sunday nights […]читать далее...
50 years ago today tickets for The Ed Sullivan Show broadcast on 9th February 1964 sold out. The Beatles were coming!
NEW YORK (AP) - A large piece of stage backdrop autographed by the Beatles during their first live U.S. concert 50 years ago is headed to auction, where it could draw $800,000 to $1 million.
David Frost with George and John, 1967.
Sir David Frost died today of a heart attack at age 74. Although David Frost is not directly associated with the Beatles, he has a special place in my heart because I have always found the man intriguing by the way he incorporated his savvy personality into his […]
Ringo Starr’s Facebook page posted the first look Aug. 23 at the upcoming “Octopus’ Garden” children’s picture book announced in June. The book will be first published in October in the UK and in January in the U.S. The illustration is by artist Ben Cort, a Beatles fan, whose work will be featured in the book.
This special portrait of Pattie and George is published in Henry Grossman’s book, Places I Remember; My Time With the Beatles, in a huge double-page size, which unfortunately has the book seam ruining the middle of the photo. This is an online version of the gorgeous portrait.
Photographer Henry Grossman spent so much time with […]
Unseen footage from The Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ showing them going to a fish and chip shop captures the ”fabulous world” of the band at the time ”perfectly”.
Unseen footage of The Beatles’ captures the ”fabulous world” of the band ”perfectly”.
June 25, 2012 is the 45th anniversary of the Beatles’ worldwide TV broadcast in 1967 of “All You Need Is Love” on the “Our World” program seen by satellite all over the world.
It’s also “Global Beatles Day,” a now annual celebration of the phenomenon and music of the Beatles that originated in 2009. And at […]
The Beatles were snapped by Sandra Blaken during their week in Weston
Unpublished photos of The Beatles taken in 1963 when they spent a week at the seaside in Somerset have surfaced during the making of a BBC film.
Just before Beatlemania broke out, the band played twice-nightly for six days at Weston-super-Mare’s Odeon Cinema.
As a 16-year-old […]