A Film made by Fans for Fans! Supported by The Cavern Club, The Beatles Story Museum, The Hard Days Night Hotel, The Fest For Beatles Fans, Abbey Road on the River and The British Beatles Fan Club
For the world of super fans . . . who live and breathe the FAB4 50 years on.
Here There And Everywhere (HTAE) is an 80-minute ‘love letter’ spanning the band’s history as seen through the eyes, felt through the hearts and as told through the memories of their fans . . . from those who organise the fan festivals and tribute concerts . . . the memorabilia collectors who amaze and delight with their rare and unseen photographs and films. . . The Club runners who keep the fans together, to the authors and artists who continue to breathe fresh life into the never-ending magical mystery tour.
HTAE pays homage to the global family, showcasing the contributions that fuel The Beatles’ eternal flame. HTAE is The Beatles story as told by the fans and an important part of The Beatles future archive legacy!
Abbey Road on the River, the world’s largest Beatles inspired music festival, will return to downtown Jeffersonville on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-28, 2018. Festival organizers have announced that Grammy-winning rock group America, the fathers of psychedelic rock Vanilla Fudge, and The Beatles’ primary recording sound engineer Geoff Emerick will headline the 2018 event. For more click here
The first eight Archive Collection titles are now available in stores released as single CD digipack, 180gram black vinyl, and limited edition 180gram colour vinyl. All vinyl LPs in the Archive Collection will feature a download card and fully restored artwork.
Fans can complete their collection at their local record store, or online via the below links:
Paul McCartney: McCartney – RED
Paul and Linda McCartney: RAM – YELLOW
Paul McCartney & Wings: Band on the Run – WHITE
Wings: Venus And Mars – RED & YELLOW
Wings: At The Speed Of Sound – ORANGE
Paul McCartney: McCartney II – CLEAR
Paul McCartney: Tug of War – BLUE
Paul McCartney: Pipes of Peace – SILVER
It seems to be the season for selling the Beatles’ old cars. Hot on the heels of the announcement of Paul’s Aston Martin going under the hammer, comes Ringo’s rather more modest Mini. It was custom made for him though, to carry his drumkit. It is likely to sell for £120,000.
The Salvation Army has launched an £8m funding drive to help bring forward its redevelopment of Strawberry Field in Woolton after the project was given the go-ahead by Liverpool City Council’s planning committee.
The committee approved the plans at a meeting on Tuesday morning. The former children’s home on the site, built in the 1970s and named John Lennon Court, will be demolished to make way for a training centre for young adults with learning disabilities, a visitor centre, and community café. The current buildings have been vacant since 2007.