May Pang heads to Denver for Imagine Peace Paint-In / Civic Center Park

September 30, 2008

May Pang will be painting the town on John Lennon’s birthday.

Pang, who was John Lennon’s long-time personal assistant and lover, will be the featured guest at Denver’s Imagine Peace Paint-In on Thursday, October 9. The one-day event will be held in Civic Center Park starts at 10 a.m. and runs to 6 p.m. The celebration commemorating the life of John Lennon’s life is free and open to the public. Hundreds are expected to gather to paint, play music and celebrate peace.
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The Fireman Finds His Voice With Brand New Album

September 30, 2008

The Fireman Finds His Voice With Brand New Album Electric Arguments
Album Release Date: 17th November 2008
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Shae Stadium

September 30, 2008

BY JOHN JEANSONNE (newsday.com)

Shea Stadium staged rock-and-roll’s largest and best remembered major outdoor stadium concert, a smashing success in every aspect except one: Neither the crowd nor the performers themselves could hear any of the music produced by The Beatles on Aug. 15, 1965.
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My magical mystery tour: Sir Paul McCartney's return to Israel

September 28, 2008

My magical mystery tour: Sir Paul McCartney’s return to Israel (The Independent)
Last week Sir Paul McCartney returned to Israel, four decades after The Beatles were banned. Here, with comments by Sir Paul, is the pick of his portfolio. And, left, Donald Macintyre reflects on a diplomatic triumph

Donald Macintyre

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Paul McCartney survives landmark Israel gig (guardian.co.uk)

September 28, 2008

Sir Paul McCartney has survived his landmark gig in Israel unscathed, much to the delight of an audience of thousands. The ex-Beatles man told reporters he was “not nervous, but excited” ahead of his two-hour performance in Tel Aviv last night, during which the 66-year-old played Hello Goodbye, Eleanor Rigby and Back in the USSR before a crowd of 40,000. His choice of Let It Be to close the show was a poignant one given the circumstances surrounding his performance. Read the rest of this entry »


The Press (BBC) about McCartney's Israel concert reviews

September 28, 2008

The BBC has a summary round-up of various reviews on its site today with links to the full reviews:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7637253.stm


Watch Paul McCartney in Tel Aviv

September 27, 2008

http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid1480107648/bctid1818133647