Come Together ...Again

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Experience the magic backstage through this series of behind-the-scenes videos, captured by the Cirque Du Soleil team themselves.

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Dark Horse Radio: New weekly show featuring George Harrison originals & his favorite music

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Dark Horse Radio, a new weekly show dedicated to the music that George Harrison wrote, sang and loved, is coming to SiriusXM’s The Beatles Channel (Ch. 18).

Featuring music curated by George Harrison’s estate, the weekly 30-minute program, hosted by Nashville recording artist Laura Cantrell, will provide insight into Harrison’s musical influences, tastes and the impact he had on other artists.  It’s a musical journey into George’s mind, his legacy and his catalog.

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Ringo Announces New Album “Give More Love”, is OUT NOW!

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Ringo's 19th studio album is out now!

The album includes a long-awaited new collaboration from Ringo and Paul McCartney and also features Peter Frampton, Benmont Tench, Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter and others.

In addition to new songs, "Give More Love" also includes bonus track new renditions of "Back Off Boogaloo," "Don't Pass Me By," "Photograph" and "You Can't Fight Lightning."

The album is avaliable on both CD and vinyl.

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Grammy Award for Best Music Film at Music’s Biggest Night

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Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard’s acclaimed documentary feature film The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years won the GRAMMY Award for Best Music Film at last night's awards.
Up for the award alongside Beyoncé's Lemonade, Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble's The Music of Strangers, Steve Aoki's I'll Sleep When I'm Dead and American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years earned the Best Music Film honour among stiff competition at Music's Biggest Night. 

Said Nigel Sinclair, Brian Grazer and Scott Pascucci, “We are so thrilled to win this award; this project was quite the adventure and we were so blessed to have Ron's leadership guiding us through it all. We join with Ron in thanking The Recording Academy for this honor which will mean so much to the huge number of people that worked on the film. Thank you to Jeff Jones and the team at Apple Corps for all their support and of course The Beatles for trusting us with their amazing story." 

 

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