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Welcome to Beatles International news. We will do our best to keep you up to date about anything Beatles related. Therefore this page will be updated frequently. Check out the new sub-pages, attached to various main pages.


Great news from Liverpool for everybody out there!

LEN GARRY from The John Lennon's Original Quarrymen is available for solo gigs and more.QuarrymenQuarrymen-Len

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The Statue 4 Eppy Concert Announced To Raise Funds For Brian Epstein Statue. Also Official Launch of Campaign Single ‘Our Friend’.

Ray McFall, legendary owner of the Cavern Club, has died last night. McFall was the man who first booked the Beatles, but also Rory Storm & The Hurricanes, at the Cavern. He bought the club from its previous owner Alan Sytner in 1959 and turned it from a jazz club into a rock 'n' roll venue. The rest, as they say, is history...

Read more about Ray McFall in this article from today's Liverpool Echo:


DALLAS, TX.- Three Reslo microphones, along with their stands, that were used by The Beatles – along with a host of important early British rock n’ roll acts – at the famed Cavern Club in Liverpool will form the centerpiece of an exceptional grouping of Beatles and Beatles-related memorabilia in Heritage Auctions ’ Dec. 6 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction. The microphones are estimated at $5,000+ each and will be offered individually.

The sax player had played with Buddy Holly, John Lennon and Eric Clapton during his 55 year career in rock’n’roll

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'A soul of rock'n'roll' ... Bobby Keys Photograph: Brian Hineline ./Brian Hineline ./Retna Ltd./Corbis

On 19 October 2014 Jenny Boyd (Pattie's sister) was a guest at the London Beatles Day.
Liverpudlian writer Kevin Roach was the man to interview her about her new book and lots of other topics.
you can see the interview on YouTube:


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To all of you who will go and visit Liverpool during the Beatleweek next August,

BEATLES INTERNATIONAL organizes private car tours with all the sites and venues 
the Beatles played 
before they shot to worldwide fame.
We will avoid the average (Magical Mystery Tour) bus route and only go to places you've never seen before.
If you do like this idea and you’re looking for an extra adventure while visiting the Beatles' Birthplace,
then keep on reading.


                                        "The BEATLES In My Life"


This book contains over 250 of my own pictures, (with a few exceptions) taken through the years of BEATLES (-related) people.

Never before seen and therefore unique (LIVE) Pictures of Paul (1987-2012), George (1989) and Ringo (1998), pictures of Beatles' relatives, pictures of people they worked with and band members. The book also includes pictures of Beatles-related historical and memorable places (mainly in The Netherlands) where Beatles footprints were left behind.

I never saw, let alone met John, but to honour him I used a picture of him an Yoko in the Amsterdam Hilton in 1969 and a few,  taken by our Liverpool reporter Paul Sherlock: John projected on the Albert Dock building when the city remembered his Legacy in 2007.

To give you an idea of who's in the book, just have a look at the back cover for a selection.

You can order the book through our webhop, or by sending an Email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Because it's so unique and a true DIY release, the book, will cost £ 50,- € 55,-.

To view it online check out 



Ringo Starr (Photo by Kevin Winter)

Does the world’s greatest drummer really need an introduction? Not really. Who hasn’t heard of Ringo Starr? The one-time Beatle? The charismatic actor of A Hard Day’s Night and The Magic Christian? The Fab who right out of the gate, following the break-up of The Beatles at the end of the 1960s, defied all expectations by having, at least for a while, the best solo career of his fellow band mates? Despite a dark period marked by drug abuse, alcoholism, and artistic shiftlessness (while simultaneously being a decadent globe-trotting European playboy in the late 1970s through to the end of the 1980s), The Ringed One’s glory days are many, continuing even now, with the 25th anniversary tour of his All-Starr Band which kicked off at Casino Rama in Ontario on June 5.