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Paul McCartney Reveals That the Beatles Discussed Reuniting

In the latest installment of What Might Have Been, Paul McCartney disclosed that the Beatles occasionally discussed the idea of reuniting. Unfortunately, talks never got past the preliminary stage due to what McCartney called a lack of “passion behind the idea” and fears over whether their newer work together could approach the standards set by their brilliant catalog.

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Steve Perry Records Beatles Cover for Future Solo Record

Former Journey frontman Steve Perry is going to be recording new music soon, but it won’t be with his old bandmates. The singer says he’s working on a solo album, but it’s been a challenging process since he’s been out of the music business for so long.

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Paul McCartney’s Letter to Mystery Drummer Offered Beatles Gig Up for Auction

The Beatles‘ Pete Best could have missed his chance to be the band’s first drummer!

A handwritten letter Paul McCartney wrote on August 12, 1960, offered an unidentified drummer an audition just a few days before the Beatles departed for their legendary two-month stint in Hamburg, Germany, reports CBS News.

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Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Beatles’ Widows Attend Premiere of New George Harrison Documentary

Ex-Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr attended the U.K. premiere of the documentary ‘George Harrison: Living in the Material World’ in London on October 2, as did the widows of their late band mates Harrison (Olivia Harrison) and John Lennon (Yoko Ono).

Their presence sent a loud and clear message about their love and respect for the so-called quiet member of the Fab Four. Other music notables on hand included Beatles producer George Martin and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

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Beatles’ 1965 Contract Stated They Would Not Play for Racially Segregated Audiences

A 1965 contract between the Beatles and a concert venue reveals the band’s demands were few — 150 security guards, electricity and water in their trailer, clean towels, and, most specifically, that they would not play if the audience was racially segregated in any way.

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Beatles Make Good Business

I interviewed these guys for my talk show on NewsRadio970am and didn't think much about it.  But the book was good, and the guys knew their stuff. Then I found this post in the Rock 'n' Roll Zone and thought you might like it

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