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|George Harrison 73rd birthday celebration this Thursday in Hollywood|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Friday, 02/19/16 1:50 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
It was reported that the last words George uttered before passing on were "Love one another." Those words, "Love One Another," will be the theme of a special George Harrison 73rd Birthday Public Celebration this Thursday at George's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star in Hollywood.
Highlighting the event will be the placement of 73 birthday cupcakes to form the shape of a large heart encircling George's star. The cupcakes are being provided courtesy of popular Los Angeles vegan bakery, The Ridiculous Baking Co.
Invited special guest Beatles radio hosts include Chris Carter and Les Perry and SiriusXM Radio host Jim Ladd. An "open mic" will be set up next to George's star, where fans are invited to perform songs and poems as well as share loving remembrances of George.
George Harrison, the "quiet Beatle" was born February 25, 1943 in Liverpool, England and passed away on November 29, 2001 in Los Angeles after a long bout with cancer.
The George Harrison 73rd Birthday Public Celebration will take place starting 6:00pm on Thursday, February 25 at George's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star located at 1750 Vine Street in front of the Capitol Records Tower. The event is free to the public and fans of all ages are cordially invited.
For further information visit facebook.com/BeatlesMemorialCelebrations or call Jerry Rubin at 310-399-1000.
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