"They say the world doesn't change in a day. But one day, it did." New York Daily News.


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February 7th, 1964. The Beatles arrive in New York.

Paul: "There were millions of kids at the airport, which nobody had expected. We heard about it in mid-air. There were journalists on the plane, and the pilot had rang ahead and said, 'Tell the boys there's a big crowd waiting for them.' We thought, 'Wow! God, we really have made it.' "

Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' US debut. On this date in 1964, The Beatles flew together across the Atlantic for the first time, in hopes of cracking the USA - something no British band had yet managed to do. By the time the third and last of their first Beatles Ed Sullivan broadcasts aired - a little more than two weeks after their arrival - the band would be back home, having made broadcasting history and their trip as a whole a phenomenal and unprecedented success. 

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Embed The Beatles On Air Radio!


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The Beatles On Air radio plays 14 clips of songs from the brand new album "On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2"!  Just click on the tuning buttons to start the playback.

You can embed the Beatles onto your own website or blog - in this news story, you can view the radio - just click on the embed link and copy the embed code.

You can also dedicate a song to someone - just use the Twitter hashtag #beatlesdedication and it will play along the radio players everywhere!




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JOHN LENNON: THE BERMUDA TAPES a pioneering, interactive album app for the iPad and iPhone is available now on the App Store with all net proceeds to benefit WhyHunger’s work to realize a world free of hunger and poverty.  Integrating excerpts of Lennon's demo tapes recorded in Bermuda with innovative game play and intimate documentary storytelling, John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes is a thrilling, unprecedented experience for music and technology fans alike. 

Available for download at iTunes on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.


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Imagine There’s No Hunger


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John Lennon's iconic song "Imagine" is the inspiration for helping hungry children around the world through the "Imagine There's No Hunger" campaign.  As part of John’s vision for a world free from hunger and in peace, Yoko Ono, WhyHunger, and Hard Rock International joined forces to ensure every child has the right to sustainable, nutritious food.  Throughout November and December 2013 fans can engage online via #imaginenohunger or by making a donation to receive limited edition merchandise at http://www.hardrock.com/imagine

Fans can also support the "Imagine" campaign and the work of WhyHunger with the purchase of a new interactive album app - hear rare and unreleased demos, intimately explore the creative collaboration behind the album and help fight world hunger and poverty. Available for download at iTunes on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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