Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Two Days In A Life

The ban that Israel's government has put on The Beatles performance in the 60s disappointed not only Israelis, but many Jewish people who were part of The Beatles phenomena, like their legendary manager Brian Epstein. Over four decades later, Paul McCartney represented the Fab Four on stage in Park HaYarkon, Tel Aviv, and rocked the audience with a great show.

Negotiations for the concert have been tough, but after a series of rumors and denials the deal was finally set. Ticket offices were stormed on opening, 50,000 tickets were sold eventually, filling the park with fans and music lovers.

Read more in this illustrated account of Paul McCartney's visit to the Holy Land...

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