The Beatles In The 1980s

If there’s one decade that gets a bad rap, it’s the 1980s. It’s often seen as a low point for many musical legends of the past; a time of bad hairstyles and fashion choices, and work that now sounds very dated. It certainly had its challenges for the former Beatles, but it also had its triumphs. Continue reading “The Beatles In The 1980s”

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The Beatles In The 1970s

As the 1960s came to an end, so did the band who helped define the decade. The break-up of The Beatles had been coming for some time, and it finally became public knowledge in April 1970 when Paul McCartney announced his departure (John Lennon had informed the others of his intention to leave several months earlier, but was urged to keep the decision a secret for the time being). Continue reading “The Beatles In The 1970s”

Beatles On Film: The Fab Four And The Big Screen

The Beatles made their first foray into the world of film in 1964 with A Hard Day’s Night. From then on, it was a medium they could never quite leave behind. In addition to the ones they made together, all four of them pursued their own individual film projects over the years, with varying degrees of success. Continue reading “Beatles On Film: The Fab Four And The Big Screen”

Pete Best Of The Beatles (Review)

“I feel like I know Pete Best now.”

That’s what my friend said last night after we had been to see Stephen Kennedy’s play, Pete Best Of The Beatles, at The Complex in Dublin. She summed it up perfectly; no matter how familiar you think you might be with the former Beatles drummer’s story, this play will give you a new outlook on events. Continue reading “Pete Best Of The Beatles (Review)”