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Look back to when Ken Dodd – pop star – rivalled The Beatles – Liverpool Echo

Look back to when Ken Dodd – pop star – rivalled The Beatles – Liverpool Echo

Happiness in the 1960s was… being a top comedian who was also able to give The Beatles a run for their money. All hail Ken Dodd, the Squire of Knotty

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Ringo Starr discovered Cilla Black’s death on the news / Sunday World

The pair grew up together in English city Liverpool and remained firm friends after they both found fame but Ringo only discovered Cilla’s shocking death, after she suffered a “traumatic

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Ringo Starr’s private Beatles photos shows everyday lives of world’s biggest band – 3am & Mirror Online

They were the biggest band in the world and photographed everywhere they went. But to know what it was like to be in The Beatles , there’s no better source

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John Lennon politely refuses surprise BBC interview 1969 – YouTube

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John Lennon’s last day on Radio 2 – Music-News.com

A programme that explores a truly poignant time in history and great icon this Autumn is John Lennon’s Last Day

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Live entertainment lights up Branson evenings | AL.com

So, you’ve spent the day on the golf course and you’re looking for something to fill your night. Well, Branson

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Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ wasn’t just showcase for Paul McCartney

Abbey Road found the Beatles ostensibly coming together — even though, once side one is done, there is very little

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Denmark Street: remembering its rich legacy

Walking its barely one hundred yards length today, it is hard to hear the echoes of Denmark Street as the

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45 Years Ago: Ringo Starr Goes Country with ‘Beaucoup of Blues’

Unlike his standards-focused solo debut, Ringo Starr‘s sophomore genre record didn’t come as such a surprise. After all, 1970′s countrified

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Lennon to be celebrated | The Belleville Intelligencer

John Lennon would’ve turned 75 on October 9 of this year. Four bullets fired on a New York sidewalk by a crazed fan in 1980 ended the life of the

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