Paul McCartney Says No More Autographs, The Doors Movie In Theaters Nov 4th


Paul McCartney has joined the “No Autographs” club, which Ringo Starr has been part of for years. Sir Paul has said he’d rather meet fans and trade stories, rather than autographs and selfies.

"The Doors: Live At The Bowl ‘68 Special Edition" will be screened for one night only on November 4th at movie theaters across the U.S. to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band’s iconic “L.A. Woman” album.

In the History of Rock in 1958 – Bill Haley and his Comets played the first rock ‘n’ roll concert in Germany. 7,000 fans turned the show into a riot.

In 1962 – The Rolling Stones, consisting of Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones pianist Ian Stewart and drummer Tony Chapman recorded their first demo tape at Curly Clayton Studios in Highbury, London. They recorded three songs, Jimmy Reed’s ‘Close Together’, Bo Diddley’s ‘You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover’ and Muddy Waters’ ‘Soon Forgotten.’

And in 1965 –The Beatles are awarded the prestigious MBE (Members of the Most Honorable Order of the British Empire ) medal at Buckingham Palace. John Lennon responded “Lots of people who complained about us receiving the MBE received theirs for heroism in the war, for killing people. We received ours for entertaining other people. I'd say we deserve ours more.” Later John would return his award over Britain’s involvement in foreign wars.


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