Paul McCartney, Estadio Azteca @ Mexico City
May 8th, 2012
Oh my goodness sorry to comment buT I WAS THERE I WAS RIGHT THERE IN THE SAME STADIUM AS PAUL IM GONNA-
A lot of time, tears and feels spent on this one. Whoa.
Please do not remove credit or that stuff.
Thanks to all the people who helped me on some way!
Good luck on the Internet, dear comic.
I hope you like it!
Eppy baby thank you for giving us the greatest band of all time.
Happy Birthday, George!
Of all the photos of the mourning John Lennon fans in 1980, this one is the one that touches me the most. The girl in the hat is my friend, Susan (she does amazing Beatles walking tours of NYC that everyone should check out). This photo appeared in the paper after the silence of John. The pain on their faces says so much more than I can ever say about what John means to all of us who love him.
It states that these photos of Julian Lennon in his bedroom were taken November 26th 1979. Not sure if it’s really November, but I am almost positive it was definitely 1979.
Obviously they probably told him to put out all his Beatles records but what I find so cute is the poster of George on his wall! He always looked up to George the most or so it seems. Also look at his pictures on his wall! So cute!
The Beatles - . “the night that changed America”
- Sgt. Pepper’s-with a little help from my friends
this whole night
February 9th 1964
In the second picture you can see Cyn & John in the back! John looks so tired! Aw!
February 9th 1964
February 9, 1964
Exactly 50 years ago today, The Beatles performed at the Ed Sullivan Show for the first time. This event officially began the craze known as Beatlemania.
I met Pattie Boyd!!!!! She thinks I look like her!!!!
50 YEARS AGO → February 9th, 1964
The Beatles give their first live U.S. television performance on The Ed Sullivan Show. Approximately 73 million viewers, the largest audience ever recorded for an American television program, watch them.
"Imagine the thrill for us going on The Ed Sullivan Show, especially when they told us it was the biggest show ever. I still remember one of the producer guys coming into our dressing room just before we went on and saying ‘It’s being watched by seventy million people, you know’. It was like ‘Shhh. Don’t tell us that now. Tell us later’. But then, when you look at the tape, we don’t look nervous".
"I’ve heard that while the show was on there were no reported crimes, or very few. When The Beatles were on Ed Sullivan, even the criminals had a rest for ten minutes".