sábado, 13 de julio de 2019

FRESHEN UP TOUR IN LOS ANGELES : July 13 2019 - Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA , USA

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When you’re a boy, you dream a lot. You dream of things, things with motors and things with strings. You dream of surfboards and drums, guitars and baseball gloves. I dreamt of these things while hearing the train go by every night as I listened to radio station XERB blasting out of Tijuana Mexico on my transistor radio. All of the sudden one night, a sound so pure and bright came over the airwaves like a lightning bolt. It was a brand new band from Liverpool, England called the Beatles. My life was forever changed after hearing their very first notes. A little over a year after the Beatles arrived, Sandy Koufax pitched a perfect game for the Los Angeles Dodgers about 15 minutes away from my home in Glendale. I was intoxicated by music, my new radio, the Dodgers, and all the dreams that boys dream. Shoot forward about 54 years on the eve of our show at Dodger Stadium and all these dreams come together again. I hope to see you there. #FreshenUpTour #paulmccartney #DodgerStadium #inspiration #rockmusic #love #thebeatles #sandykoufax #brooklyndodgers #losangelesdodgers #dream
Una publicación compartida de Brian Ray (@brianrayguitar) el




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One more to go!!! #paulmccartney #freshenuptour #dodgers





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Game on! Let’s play two @paulmccartney #freshenuptour #dodgerstadium




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THE MOST EPIC DAY IN DODGER STADIUM HISTORY BESIDES WINNING THE WORLD SERIES - AND THE BEATLES PLAYIN CHAVEZ RAVINE IN 1966
SIR PAUL McCARTNEY WILL BRING THE MAGIC OF THE BEATLES AND HIS SOLO CAREER FOR A UNPRECEDENTED 3 PLUS HOUR SHOW WITH NO OPENING BAND - ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🌴🌴🌴🌴🌴🌴🌴❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
LOVE ME DO BOO BOO / SOLD OUT #paulmccartney #freshenuptour






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Paul McCartney at Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA #paulmccartneyconcert #paulmccartney #thebeatles #music #losangeles #california #dodgers #stadium #robnagy





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Don’t say Goodnight, Tonight! It’s time to Freshen Up for Paul McCartney! Second row. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! #PaulMcCartney #Paul #McCartney #SirPaul #Macca #FreshenUpTour #FreshenUp #WorldTour #EgyptStation #TheBeatles #Fab #Beatlemaniac #Dodgerstadium






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Dodger Stadium set up for tonight's Paul McCartney show! #dodgerstadium #paulmccartney







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Welcome Back #paulmccartney #paulmcartney #paulmccartneyconcert #dodgerstadium







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Hot date tonight!! 😍
#paulmccartney #dodgerstadium #fun #love #spolied #happy #life #blessed #music #concert #wifelife





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Rocking out with Sir!!! #paulmacartney #dogerstadium #freshenuptour #freshenuptour2019 #beatles #bucketlist #goat #rockout #concert #bestlifetour #bestlife
























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Paul McCartney na sua passagem de som em Los Angeles (13/07) (credits: tameikadawkins & alex77mena) 






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#soundcheck with @paulmccartney I took him some Vegan Swag! @thestandlaguna







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Date night with the wife & a Beatle 🤘😎🤘






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We're here! @paulmccartney #dodgersstadium














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Sir Paul ❤ #paulmccartney #dodgerstadium













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#paulmccartney #drivingthebirdswild








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#paulmccartney #paulmccartneyconcert #dodgerstadium with @fan_skyway #concertphotography #oneofthebeatles ##sirpaulmccartney








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#paulmccartney Dodger Stadium 😘





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Saturday evening July 13th and I'm at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles watching Sir James Paul McCartney MBE and his band perform during the Freshen Up Tour in support of his album "Egypt Station." 2019 Freshen Up Band Members:
Sir Paul McCartney
Rusty Anderson
Brian Ray
Abe Laboriel, Jr.
Paul Wickens
Pictured: Sir Paul and his band at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California playing "Let Me Roll It".






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Just hanging out at Dodger Stadium watching Sir Paul McCartney with @Iggylicious As one does.






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I’d rather watch @Zionwilliamson perform but I guess @PaulMcCartney is ok too lol.😂😂😂









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The Beatles music changed my life and quite possibly saved my life. I am honored to see Paul McCartney in concert. He’ll never know how much I appreciate him. #thebeatles #paulmccartney #freshenuptour




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No Boys in Blue but lots of fireworks at Dodger Stadium. Paul McCartney bringing it 




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So tonight this happened at the Paul McCartney show at Dodger Stadium... #paulmccartney
#ringostarr
#beatles
#dodgerstadium





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So... this happened. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr together again. In front of me. I can die now. #thebeatles #paulmccartney #ringostarr #reunion #dreams







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Ringo Starr and Joe Walsh make surprise appearances tonight at #PaulMcCartney concert at #dodgerstadium. Thanks for an amazing Mother’s Day gift! @ccohen13









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viernes, 12 de julio de 2019

The Beatles' first contract with Brian Epstein sells for £275k
























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The Beatles' first contract with manager Brian Epstein sells for £275k
A specialist at Sotheby’s credited Epstein with professionalising the band: stopping them from eating on stage and making sure they ‘played the songs properly’
Laura Snapes
Wed 10 Jul 2019


Brian Epstein, centre, with John Lennon and Paul McCartney at Abbey Road studios. Photograph: David Magnus/Rex/Shutterstock

On 24 January 1962, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and original Beatles drummer Pete Best signed a management contract with Brian Epstein, promising him a fee of 10%, rising to 15% if their income exceeded £120 a week – a sum that McCartney had negotiated down from 20%. Under 21 at the time, McCartney, Harrison and Best had to ask their parents’ consent to sign the contract.
That document has now sold at auction for £275,000, raising money for theErnest Hecht Charitable Foundation.
Then a record shop owner and music writer, Epstein discovered the Beatles performing at Liverpool’s Cavern Club in November 1961, remarking on their “star quality”. He extricated them from a German recording arrangement and a label deal with Polydor, and signed them to EMI label Parlophone.

The 1962 contract between the Beatles and Brian Epstein. Photograph: Anthony Harvey/REX/Shutterstock

After the group replaced Best with Ringo Starr in August 1962, they signed a second contract with Epstein on 1 October, giving him a higher percentage of their earnings.
Sotheby’s auction house specialist Gabriel Heaton was in charge of the auction. “Epstein was just blown away by the passion, the energy, the charisma, the raw sexuality on stage,” he said.
“The Beatles had the stage energy but he instilled a sense of professionalism in them. Epstein stopped them eating on stage, made sure they played the songs properly and coherently, and he got them bowing at the end of a set.”
The group became world-famous in the months after meeting Epstein and sharpening up their act. He guided them through their American breakout, although his one misstep is considered to be signing over 90% of what would have been the phenomenally lucrative rights to the band’s US merchandising.
Epstein died of a barbiturate overdose on 27 August 1967, two months before the release of Magical Mystery Tour. His death was officially ruled an accident. In 1970, Lennon told Rolling Stone that he considered Epstein’s death the beginning of the end for the group. “I knew that we were in trouble then … I thought: We’ve had it now.”