John & Yoko’s New York

John & Yoko’s New York
... deportation, harassment by the FBI, and after three miscarriages, Yoko gave birth to their son, Sean, while John shifted from being a member of the beatles to leading a more domestic life. Sadly, Lennon’s solo career was just taking off when tragedy struck and he was shot dead by a delusional fan. New York is a dynamic city, and in the decades since John and Yoko first strolled its streets much has changed. Their favorite restaurant, Cafe Fortuna, for example, recently closed its doors. Plenty...
August 16th, 2010 | Tui Cameron | Read More | Comments: 3
Filed under: beatles, music, top-feature

All You Need Is (Beatles) Love

All You Need Is (Beatles) Love
The 1964 British invasion changed American music forever. And Abbey Road on the River, billed as the world’s largest beatles tribute festival, will be at National Harbor, just outside of Washington DC, September 2-6, will bring beatles fans, bands and merchandise together for 5 days of Fab Four fun. The Labor Day weekend beatles music festival brings together more than 50 international beatles tribute and cover bands from over a dozen countries. The bands range from look-alike early beatles...
July 24th, 2010 | Jon Rochetti | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: beatles, concert, Events, featuredarticle, music

The Beatles are Back

The Beatles are Back
If you love the beatles, you won’t want to miss beatles cover band Rain performing all of the classic tunes!  For one week only, Rain will be performing all of your favorite beatles’ songs at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. The two-hour concert is set up to show the beatles throughout the 1960s while featuring three giant screens projecting images and events that occurred during the restless ’60s between and during songs. The show starts in 1964, just...
March 26th, 2010 | Abbie Mood | Read More | Comments: 0
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More Vegas Beatles to Love

The beatles weren’t only influential, they were beloved and their music changed and inspired a generation.  When a new beatles album was released, it was a cultural phenomenon that took over radio stations, high school study halls and Friday night pizza parlors where intense discussion about the music, the lyrics, mindset of the band were held.  For many, Sgt. Pepper was transformative.  We’d never heard anything like it and the musical sophistication of the album blew down the walls that...
July 27th, 2009 | Lynn Goya | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: 50+, band, beatles, concert, exclusive concert, music, performance, Performaning Arts - Theater & Dance, special event

Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk with Anthology

... Downtown Hollywood, the band will be performing at 2028 Harrison Street What’s included? Live performance by Anthology, South Florida’s beatles Party Band Artists painting in the street Art Galleries and business will be showcasing local, regional and international artwork Complimentary wine and hors d’oeurves will be served at participating venues Cost: It’s free Since I mentioned that I’m a big fan of Lola’s on Harrison, I thought that I would mention some...
May 15th, 2009 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: anthology, Attractions, beatles, Events, Family Friendly, free events, hollywood artwalk, lola's on harrison, Restaurants & Bars

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