June 1


Beatles Radio App
June 4, 2014
by Act Naturally

 Recent Stories Online and On-Air

Sir Paul Mccartney - Sir Paul Mccartney 'Doing Fine' After Health Drama
 - Sunday, June 01, 2014

John Lennon's song 'Imagine' now in a comic strip
 - Sunday, June 

The Beatles historic Australian footage released 
- Saturday, May 31, 2014

Andrew Lancel in Blue Plaque unveiling party for Brian Epstein
 - Saturday, May 31, 2014

Ocean Galleries Hosts “The Art of Ringo Starr”
 - Friday, May 30, 2014

John Lennon's 'gibberish' poems and childlike doodles set to fetch $800,000 at auction
 - Friday, May 30, 2014

Book Review: Paul McCartney: Recording Sessions (1969-2013) by Luca Perasi
 - Thursday, May 29, 2014

Paul McCartney spotted looking frail in London
 - Thursday, May 29, 2014

A Day in the Life event inspired by packaging innovation and The Beatles’ album
 - Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Update! Paul McCartney Reportedly Leaves Japan After Being Treated for Virus
 - Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Yoko Ono drops lawsuit against co-op board after selling West Village penthouse for $8.3M
 - Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Books Review: Guitar With Wings by Laurence Juber
 - Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Luxury Parisian hotel traces link to the Beatles in photo exhibit 
- Tuesday, May 27, 2014

New at Fab Four Store

Ringo Starr will be heading out on tour in June and July.

Ringo and his all Starr Band are set to start you 2104 Summer Tour. First stop Casino Rama in Beautiful Ontario! I myself and from Ontario and will be attending his first show at Rama! I have never seen any of The Fab Four and am very excited.

The Tour starts on June 6th and will run through July. Please see to see when both Paul and ringo will be on Tour! 

I will report on my experience of Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band to let all our listeners know how amazing it was!

Act Naturally

Yellow Dubmarine to brings reggae Beatles tribute to Avalon
- Monday, May 26, 2014

EASTON — Do you have the feeling that you want to be at the beach this weekend but will end up relaxing in Easton instead? Ever wonder what Beatlemania might have sounded like with Bob Marley as the fifth Beatle? You’ll get an idea when Yellow Dubmarine, the tribute band that interprets Fab Four classic hits with a Jamaican irie vibe performs at 8 p.m.

Saturday, May 24, at the Avalon Theatre. “We’ve had lots of great Beatles tributes play here, but Yellow Dub is definitely the most unique and the most fun so far,” said Suzy Moore, Avalon house manager. “They’ll play all the Beatles’ No. 1 hits with a bouncy reggae groove and brassy, ska-like horns. Their performances are so high-energy, it’s hard for the audience to remain in their seats, so the Avalon’s dance floor will be open. ... It’s got a great summertime beach vibe to it.” Yellow Dubmarine got the attention of reggae and the Beatles fans in 2011 while touring to promote its first album, “Abbey Dub,” a dubbed-out re-interpretation of the Beatles’ album “Abbey Road.” This time around, the group will perform the Beatles’ hits from 1962 through 1970 layered in deep reggae rhythms.

Read More at Beatles Radio 


The Flaming Lips announce release date for 'Sgt. Pepper's' cover album, 'With A Little Help From My Friends!
- Monday, May 19, 2014

It was basically music's worst-kept secret, but now it's official... The Flaming Lips are releasing a full cover album of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band. According to Stereogum, the album will be titled With A Little Help From My Fwends and will drop on Oct. 28 via Warner Bros. Records.

Read More at Beatles Radio



 Record of the Week

Gets heavy play this week!

Help Album

All Beatles Music & More at Fab Four Store

Help  Album Fun Facts

Release date: August 6, 1965
Movie: Help!
Labels: Capitol Records, Parlophone
Nominations: Grammy Award for Album of the Year
The Night Before
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
I Need You
Another Girl
You're Going to Lose That Girl
Ticket to Ride
Act Naturally
It’s Only Love
You Like Me Too Much
Tell Me What You See
I've Just Seen a Face
Dizzy Miss Lizzy

17 Shocking Facts About The Beatles

Two Beatles were kicked out of Germany for burning condoms!

Pete Best, former drummer for The Beatles, and Paul McCartney were deported from Germany for arson. They set condoms on fire! They burned the condoms as a source of light within their van and were then suspected for arson from the German authorities.

They were charged with trying to burn their van down. For the record, the condoms were unused.


The Beatles Song Quote of the week

I'm sorry that I doubted you, I was so unfair. You were in a car crash, and you lost your hair.

- The Beatles, Don't Pass Me By




 The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today :

The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today : June 1, 1964 (Monday)

Studio Two, EMI Studios, London

The film completed, and holidays taken, the Beatles returned to EMI Studios for three days to record the non-soundtrack side of the LP A Hard Day's Night, any surplus songs being set aside for an EP, Long Tall Sally, with that title song and "I Call Your Name" already in the can.

They worked this day fro 2:30 to 7:15 and 8:00-11:15 pm first recording five takes of "Matchbox" (released on the EP) and then tackling "I'll Cry Instead" (the LP), taped in two sections with six takes of the first and two of the second recorded for later editing, six takes  of "Slow Down" (for the EP) and 16 of "I'll Be Back" (LP)

Visiting the afternoon session, and watching the Beatles record a cover of "Matchbox", his original recording, was Carl Perkins, one of the biggest influences on the group, who was over from America on a promoted tour.

The Complete Beatles Chronicle - Mark Lewisohn


More Listener Birthdays on the Birthday Page

Hear the Daily Audio Birthday Greeting On-Air & Online

 Monday June 2

Jose Fernandez from Santiago
Eduardo Barriga from La Calera
Mike Anderson from Tulsa
Betty Burrows from mandeville
craig sclare from chester
valmir favretto from joinville
Richard Dawson from Niagara Falls
Kevin Daly from Millbury
Jackie LoPresti from Rochester
Ron White from Yonkers
Michael Greeley from Bradford
Debbie Walker from Casper

Tuesday June 3

A Widdowson from Grantham
steven Macchio-Antosia from Providence Rhode island
thomas jansen from schiedam
felix cala from NY
Arne Månsson from Copennhagen
Carlos Garaycochea from Lima
David Goodman from Weymouth
Tom Bianchi from Myrtyle Beach
Dennis Boyer from Green Bay
Jack Heary from Hollywood
Bob Gillon from Kingston
Tom Lazour from Salt Lake City
Bob Gonzales from Los Angeles

Wednesday June 4

Nathalie Laura from Geneva
viviene gay from Glouester
hadrian agius from msida
Thomas Copeland from Swansboro
belexes esquivel from Zapopan
Rob Barker from Mendham
Sara Colacicco from gravina di puglia
paul vegas from london
Les Cowens from Cambridge
wagner silva from New York
Randa Rousse from Princeton
Peter Knudson from Edmonton
Brian Elba from Simbury
Scott Lawrence from Davenport

Thursday June 5

randy taylor from Grants Pass
Adolfo Tapia from Lima
OLGO MOBOSO from polo
Leandro Dantas from Uberlândia
Fernando Arriola Meneses from León
Lois Sansevere from Pembroke Pines FL
Samantha Vazquez from Hollywood
Juan Daniel Garces from Armenia
Jerome Holland from Little Rock AR
Carolyn Wickham from Rochester
Phil Hodgson from London
Andrea R. from Columbus
pablo oliveri from Rosario

Friday June 6

Jeniffer Campos from Santa Tecla
Bill Coble from Greensboro
Brian Stewart from Halifax
Janelle Moorefield from Henrico
Michael Starcher from Las Vegas
Fred Miller from Annville
Bo Bonner-Johnson from Fort Collins
Daniel Monbrod from New Lenox
David Simon from New York
mark daley from springfield
Steve Shartel from Alexandria
Kelly Taylor from Marion
Howard Kavanagh from Fairport

Saturday June 7

anthony cardillo from Providence
des polson from sydney
Marcelo Paula from Franca
jonny prevc from Coventry
Adrina Torquato from Campinas
Adrina Torquato from Campinas
Michelle Ewing from Norwich
Armand Marrs from Knoxville
mikos shah from Calgary
Brenda Sznycer from Buenos Aires
George Jackam from Cleveland
jose emus garcia from Mexico

Sunday June 8

Art Hawk from Cebu
Moe Chong from Petaling Jaya
rusty dwyer from Albury
Alex fankhauser from St.Augustine
Alex Jacobs from Luckey
Anna Galayda from Johnstown
JEFF COTE from saguenay
Nikhil Tulsiyan from New Delhi
richard desjardins from Montreal
jesus triana from Miami
Jenna Gregory from Kingwood
Wayne Belding from Rexburg
Pete Mackins from Bronx

Last weeks poll question: 

Do you think 2014 will be Paul McCartney’s last WORLD tour?

Yes - 37.0%
 No - 63.0

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 This weeks poll question: 

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 Beatle Brain Buster

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This weeks Beatle Brain Busters:

Which song was the Beatles' first hit in Great Britain?

Strawberry Fields
Let It Be
Love Me Do

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