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NZCity
Sir Paul McCartney turned to alcohol after The Beatles split.and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul McCartney turned to alcohol after The Beatles split.
NZCity / Posted 4 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fans demands 'frustrate' McCartneysinger-songwriter gained worldwide fame as part of the four-piece group - which
Fans demands 'frustrate' McCartney
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 hours ago
singer-songwriter gained worldwide fame as part of the four-piece group - which also featured Ringo Starr, John Lennon and George Harrison - but admitted to feeling annoyed when all people want to hear is the band's classic tunes, such as 'Love Me... Read more
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examiner.com
Dhani Harrison just one highlight of special Dylan Fest tribute in NashvilleTennessee, featured some great music and was a smashing hit, Olivia Anne Morris
Dhani Harrison just one highlight of special Dylan Fest tribute in Nashville
examiner.com / Posted 6 hours ago
Tennessee, featured some great music and was a smashing hit, Olivia Anne Morris Fuchs, who attended the show, told George Harrison Examiner. The evening was opened by Cabin Down Below, who also banked the other performers. Dhani Harrison... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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Northern Star
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
It wasn’t Yoko that broke up the Beatles, it was businessEd Sullivan and ‘The Beatles’ George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and
It wasn’t Yoko that broke up the Beatles, it was business
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 9 hours ago
Ed Sullivan and ‘The Beatles’ George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Ringo Starr, behing the scenes of ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ on February 9, 1964. Courtesy of WGN Radio guest Andrew Solt/Sofa Entertainment, owner of The Ed Sullivan Show... Read more
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Queensland Times
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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News Mail
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles splitand almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piec
Sir Paul was adrunk after Beatles split
News Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
and almost walked away from his music career entirely when the iconic four-piece band - which also included John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr - went their separate ways in 1970. Paul recalled: "I was depressed at the time, yeah. You... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why Paul McCartney nearly chose alcohol over musicand their rise to global fame helped him to write some of his best tunes.Paul M
Why Paul McCartney nearly chose alcohol over music
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
and their rise to global fame helped him to write some of his best tunes.Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and George Harrison of The Beatles. "When you're younger, more magical things come to you: being in a band, the competition with... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
Hawaii News Now / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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CTV News
Nashville Dylan Fest honours a living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Nashville Dylan Fest honours a living legend
CTV News / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
KXXV Waco / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
WSMV Nashville / Posted 15 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 16 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Dylan Fest honors a still living legendAustin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebration
Dylan Fest honors a still living legend
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 16 hours ago
Austin and Chicago, raised money for charities and included musical celebrations of other icons including Tom Petty, George Harrison, Fleetwood Mac and the Beach Boys. "It's quite a trend when someone dies to try to pay tribute to them,"... Read more
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cmt.com
Best Fest Rocks The Ryman for Bob Dylan’s 75th BirthdayRuby Amanfu silenced the crowd in the pews with her moving version of “Not Dark
Best Fest Rocks The Ryman for Bob Dylan’s 75th Birthday
cmt.com / Posted 18 hours ago
Ruby Amanfu silenced the crowd in the pews with her moving version of “Not Dark Yet,” a song Dylan wrote for the late George Harrison while Harrison was sick with lung cancer. The song was recorded for Dylan’s Grammy-winning album Time Out of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Sir Paul opens up on hard timesBeatles legend canvases subjects from his recovery after band's fallout to coll
Sir Paul opens up on hard times
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Beatles legend canvases subjects from his recovery after band's fallout to collaborating with Kanye West. (From left) George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney. Photo / Supplied Sir Paul McCartney has revealed he started... Read more
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examiner.com
Badfinger guitarist Joey Molland looks back on the making of 'Straight Up'their third album, Straight Up (December 1971 U.S. release, February 1972 U.K.)
Badfinger guitarist Joey Molland looks back on the making of 'Straight Up'
examiner.com / Posted 21 hours ago
their third album, Straight Up (December 1971 U.S. release, February 1972 U.K.), they had been on the road, recorded with George Harrison on All Things Must Pass, and were receiving accolades from fans, radio, and media. “Things were going quite... Read more
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Philly.com
Forever young: 25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthdaySaved, and 1981's Shot of Love. 13. In 1988, Dylan joined the British/American
Forever young: 25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthday
Philly.com / Posted 23 hours ago
Saved, and 1981's Shot of Love. 13. In 1988, Dylan joined the British/American supergroup the Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, and Tom Petty. They made two well-received albums but never toured. 14. Dylan's... Read more
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DW
Bob Dylan at 75: The "Einstein of pop music' |Dylan has always turned towards benefit performances. In this photo from 1971,
Bob Dylan at 75: The "Einstein of pop music' |
DW / Posted 23 hours ago
Dylan has always turned towards benefit performances. In this photo from 1971, he appears with ex-Beatles Ringo Starr and George Harrison, performing in Madison Square Garden for 40,000 people. The concert proceeds of $250,000 went directly to the... Read more
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Billboard
Kesha Performs an Emotional 'I Shall Be Released' at Nashville's Dylan Festperformances to such artists as Neil Diamond, Brian Wilson, Tom Petty, Fleetwoo
Kesha Performs an Emotional 'I Shall Be Released' at Nashville's Dylan Fest
Billboard / Posted yesterday
performances to such artists as Neil Diamond, Brian Wilson, Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, and George Harrison. Proceeds from Dylan Fest are going to Thistle Farms, a Nashville-based charity that helps women survivors... Read more
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Evening Standard
Paul McCartney: I was depressed and drank heavily after Beatles splitJohn couldn't play guitar when we started [The Beatles]." With the band: Ringo
Paul McCartney: I was depressed and drank heavily after Beatles split
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
John couldn't play guitar when we started [The Beatles]." With the band: Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison (Fox Photos/Getty) McCartney was speaking as part of the radio station’s Mastertapes session which also saw... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthday“Saved” and 1981's “Shot of Love.” 13. In 1988, Dylan joined the British/Ameri
25 things you should know about Bob Dylan on his 75th birthday
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
“Saved” and 1981's “Shot of Love.” 13. In 1988, Dylan joined the British/American supergroup the Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty. They made two well-received albums but never toured. 14. Dylan's... Read more
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NBC Miami
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Miami / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Connecticut / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Philadelphia / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC New York
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC New York / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Chicago / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Washington
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Washington / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC San Diego / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Bob Dylan's Back Pages30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pag
Bob Dylan's Back Pages
NBC Bay Area / Posted yesterday
30th show business anniversary featured a star-filled rendition of "My Back Pages." The likes of Neil Young, Tom Petty and George Harrison traded verses and shared the classic chorus: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now." The... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Bob Dylan Fast FactsGrammy Award for Album of the Year for "The Concert For Bangladesh." The award
Bob Dylan Fast Facts
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 2 days ago
Grammy Award for Album of the Year for "The Concert For Bangladesh." The award is shared with Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Klaus Voormann, Leon Russell, Ravi Shankar and Ringo Starr. 1973 - Dylan signs with Asylum after his... Read more
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The Columbian
Clapton shows he still has it with ‘I Still Do’“Angelo Mysterioso” for acoustic guitar and vocals on the song “I Will There.”
Clapton shows he still has it with ‘I Still Do’
The Columbian / Posted 3 days ago
“Angelo Mysterioso” for acoustic guitar and vocals on the song “I Will There.” Since a near-identical pseudonym was used by George Harrison when he played on a Clapton album but couldn’t be credited for contractual reasons, speculation spread that... Read more
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The China Post
Clapton returns to blues roots on new albumThe album credits "Angelo Mysterioso," triggering speculation that the song was
Clapton returns to blues roots on new album
The China Post / Posted 4 days ago
The album credits "Angelo Mysterioso," triggering speculation that the song was a posthumous recording with late Beatle George Harrison who was close to Clapton and had appeared under a similar name on past collaborations. Clapton denied that... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
'Fab Four' bound for Barriehis original music. Currently based out of Toronto, he takes on the role of dru
'Fab Four' bound for Barrie
Barrie Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
his original music. Currently based out of Toronto, he takes on the role of drummer Ringo Starr. Jeremy Wright, who plays George Harrison, is a talented multi-instrumentalist and self-confessed 'Beatle fanatic'. He has performed alongside numerous... Read more
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Newsmax
Eric Clapton Saying Goodbye? New Record Could Be Guitar Legend's Last"Angelo Mysterioso" for acoustic guitar and vocals on the song "I Will There."
Eric Clapton Saying Goodbye? New Record Could Be Guitar Legend's Last
Newsmax / Posted 5 days ago
"Angelo Mysterioso" for acoustic guitar and vocals on the song "I Will There." Since a near-identical pseudonym was used by George Harrison when he played on a Clapton album but couldn't be credited for contractual reasons, speculation spread that... Read more
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