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PUT A PLAQUE IN STANLEY STREET LIVERPOOL WHERE HESSYS MUSIC CENTRE WAS SITUATED WHERE THE BEATLES BOUGHT THEIR FIRST INSTRUMENTS

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The Iconic shop where the Beatles bought their first instruments from and many famous musicians met and formed bands through the notice board. This shop was part of Liverpool and Merseyside’s musical heritage equally as important to the great ‘music City’ as other landmarks in the area. The proof of the importance is written in the history books and even the fact that the ‘Beatles Story’ at the Albert dock has a mock up version of the Hessys shop.

Photo/plaque Courtesy by Snelly BBC Radio


PAUL AT WELLS FARGO ARENA, DES MOINES

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Paul at Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines – 21 July, 2017

 

Thousands of people filled Wells Fargo Arena to see a living legend. Doors opened at 6:30 p.m. for Paul’s One on One tour.  Paul’s last show in Des Moines 12 years ago sold out in just over an hour.
Paul was the first concert announced at the arena when it opened in 2005, and today was proclaimed Paul McCartney Day in Polk County.

 

 

Soundcheck

 

 

 

 


RINGO: “I LOVE USING EMOJIS ON TWITTER”

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Ringo said he loves using emoticons on Twitter.

Ringo, who manages his official handle on his own, admitted he likes posting these signs but he does not go overboard with it, reported Billboard.

“Twitter, that’s the one I do myself. But I do it at a reasonable hour! Sometime in the afternoon, when I’ve been up for a while. And I love the emojis. It started, like, thanking people for coming to the gig. Like, what a great night we had in Houston or Cincinnati or wherever. Like, wow, great crowd. Some fun went down … So I point that out,” Ringo said.

Ringo, who has 1.62 million followers on the microblogging site, added he is an impulsive tweeter as he feels a need to share every little detail with his fans.

“You know, just sometimes I’m sitting there and I’ll take a picture of something and just put it on! Or some line – I read a line, or I think of something to say and just put it on Twitter and send it out,” he said.


THIS FRIDAY IS DECLARED AS ‘PAUL MCCARTNEY DAY’ IN POLK COUNTY

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Paul McCartney is performing in Des Moines on Friday, as part of his “One on One” summer tour.

So it’s only fitting that July 21, 2017, is declared “Paul McCartney Day” in Polk County.

Polk County Auditor Jamie Fitzgerald tweeted a photo of the proclamation at the Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday morning. Friday will be McCartney’s third performance in Iowa. He first performed in 1990 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames and again in 2005 at Wells Fargo Arena.

“Paul McCartney’s an absolute icon,” Chris Connolly,  Iowa Events Center general manager, said told the Register back in April, when the news of McCartney’s return was announed. To bring him back again in 2017 … who knows how many more opportunities we’ll have to get him back here to Wells Fargo Arena.”

Paul McCartney in Des Moines

When: 8 p.m. Friday

Where: Iowa Events Center, 233 Center St.