Holy Helter Skelter!
A rare edition of The Beatles' debut US album has been auctioned off for a whopping $15,000!
Introducing… The Beatles was released in America in 1964, but because of a series of legal entanglements, it only came out 10 days before their second album Meet The Beatles! was released.
That album was waaaaay more popular than their first one.
The aforementioned rare edition was put on sale on eBay where a private collector made the winning $15,000 bid.
The vintage jewel featured the classic song Twist and Shout — something we're sure the winning bidder is doing right now. Ha!
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Paul McCartney is teaming up with The Humane Society to end the horrific use of animal testing in cosmetics.
Every year, small animals like rabbits, mice, and monkeys go through excruciatingly painful tests, leaving them with
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A Beatle and a Eurythmic walk into a bar… and pitch a coming-of-age musical to a major studio??
We didn't see that one coming!!
Paramount commissioned rock legends Ringo Starr and Dave Stewart to create and help produce Hole in the Fence, a coming-of-age musical drama about young Brits from a poor mining town who find hope and salvation through rock ‘n’ roll.
Hmmm. That sounds
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This is so unexpectedly awesome!
The classic animated flick,Yellow Submarine, has been restored and is being brought back to a few select theaters.
A product of the psychedelic culture during the sixties, the film is a cult and classic hit.
Don't judge the movie by its story, though; it's all about the music!
The film features some of The Beatles best hits such as Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Eleanor Rigby, and Yellow Submarine.
All together now!
We all live in a yellow submarine…
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He really gets into it by the bridge. He's feeeeeling it!
At his hitRECord event over at Sundance this week, Joseph Gordon-Levitt took to the stage to do a little something special. He grabbed his guitar and belted out a really nice cover of The Beatles' Hey Jude.
Check out the video (above) to hear him jam!
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We wanted to see Chris Rene do something less Posner-like and he delivered!
Chris took The Beatles' Let It Be track and gave it his signature hip hop stylings.
It showed more of the soul and personality he presents during his "I'm sober now!" speeches, and we like that. We like it when the personality bleeds through the performance.
In the middle of his performance, he transitions into the original Young Homie winning the heart of Simon Cowell back.
Like we've said before, we want to hear more of those originals from him! That's what we all love about him!
Check it out!! Press that play button!
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John Lennon's oldest son, Julian, is pissed for being "snubbed" from an invite to SEVERAL big Beatles' events, including Sir Paul McCartney's recent NYC wedding reception.
On October 23rd, the day after Paul and new bride Nancy Shevell hosted the star-studded wedding reception, Julian lashed out on his Facebook page for not getting an invite. The 48-year-old and son of John's first wife, wrote:
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