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Paul McCartney Says John Lennon's Death Made Him a 'Martyr'

In a startling display of candor, Paul McCartney has admitted that the 1980 killing of John Lennon unfairly elevated his status within the Beatles. In a new interview, he discussed the difficulty he — and George Harrison and Ringo Starr — faced in ...
SIMON HEFFER: Why do people STILL lionise IRA apologist John Lennon?

- 2 months earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: The truth is that Lennon was a man whose reputation was holed below the waterline even before the Beatles broke up, and won't stop sinking.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport warns flights could be disrupted

- 2 months earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: French air traffic control strike could delay flights

Traffic stats improve for Liverpool John Lennon Airport operator easyJet

- 2 months earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Ryanair's charm offensive also continues to reap dividends

John Lennon Airport flight cancellations affect hundreds

- 2 months earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Four flights have been cancelled and others delayed as French air traffic control strike

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Paul McCartney: 'I got frustrated at people saying John Lennon was The Beatles'

Digital Spy UK: We knew we were something other groups weren't: Lennon's skill, intelligence, acerbic wit, McCartney's melody, whatever he's got, Harrison's spirituality, Ringo's spirit of fun, great drumming. We all played, which is pretty hard. "You don't get a lot ...

John Lennon Songbook returns to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Liverpool Echo: And despite it being 35 years since he was murdered in New York, the Lennon 'legend' lives on. Now The John Lennon Songbook is returning to the Philharmonic Hall in a new staging as part of the Liverpool Philharmonic Summer Pops and the Liverpool ...

Take All That gig at club where Paul McCartney and John Lennon first performed

Liverpool Echo: The Liverpool venue where Paul McCartney and John Lennon first performed together is to host its first gig since re-opening. The old Clubmoor Conservative Club has become Jade Studios - a new performing arts centre, dance school and function suite.

John Lennon was right about overpopulation

Lifesite: “I don't really believe it,” Lennon said in his Beatle-esque Liverpool accent. “I think whatever happens will balance itself out...It's alright for us all living to say, 'Well, there's enough of us [people] so we won't have any more...I don't believe ...

Flashback: Happy birthday to Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Liverpool Echo: "We at the airport would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has made this airport what it is, and we hope to continue to build the airport the region loves, and deserves. "Make sure to have a celebratory drink in the sunshine for us!" ...

Liverpool John Lennon Airport urges the Government to approve a new runway

Liverpool Echo: Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is today calling on the Government to make a new runway at Heathrow Airport top priority after the plan was backed in a major report. After three years of investigation, the Airports Commission said Heathrow, rather ...

John Lennon's Great Uncle Revealed As Victorian Criminal

RTT News: New historic records reveal that John Lennon's great uncle was a prolific criminal living in Victorian Liverpool. Over 1.9 million legal and criminal records have gone online, with a new digitized database unveiled by the National Archives and website ...

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Flashback: Paul McCartney Plays a John Lennon Medley in 1990

RollingStone.com: The year also marked the 50th anniversary of John Lennon's birth, and McCartney wanted to do something memorable at the show to mark the occasion. "So much gets said about me and John," he said at the time. "And we had barneys [British slang for ...

Rock hall opening doors to Ringo Starr

The first few years after the Beatles split, Ringo Starr had bragging rights on his mates.He was all over the radio with "It Don't Come Easy," ''Back Off Boogaloo," ''Photograph" and other singles at a time that John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison went through some uneven stretches.

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