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|Beatles art featured at 45th anniversary party next week|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Saturday, 01/31/09 8:06 am] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
100.7 WZLX, Boston's Classic Rock, will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Beatles arrival in America with a WZLX Breakfast with the Beatles party at the CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar at Patriot Place in Foxboro, Massachusetts, Wednesday night, February 4th, from 8-10pm.
The party will be hosted by Breakfast with the Beatles' Cha-Chi Loprete along with special guest Ron Campbell, the director of the Beatles cartoons and animator of the Beatles movie Yellow Submarine. There will be chances to win prizes, and original Beatles art will be on display and on-sale.
|Ron Campbell, Beatles animator|
Beatles cartoons and the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show will be on the giant CBS Scene TV screen. Admission is free and all ages are invited!
And then, on February 5th through Sunday, February 8th, in honor of the 45th anniversary of the Beatles arrival in America, WZLX will present a Beatles art show, "Revolution," featuring the art of the Beatles at Jordan's furniture in Reading, Massachusetts. Fans will be able to meet Beatles animator Ron Campbell at this event.
"Revolution" features artwork created by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, plus famous fab four photographs, Beatles animation and more. ?All works are available to purchase.
"Revolution" ?is the largest exhibit of its kind in the world and it's only at Jordan's Furniture in reading for four days only, next Thursday thru Sunday.
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