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SLQ: Musicians Dave Grohl (L) and Jeff Lynne perform onstage during "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" at the Los Angeles Convention Center on January 27, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Voldar: . , Something. ., . Stars pay tribute to The Beatles LOS ANGELES Theres an easy way to give pop musics most performance-hardened stars a case of the butterflies: Ask them to perform in front of The Beatles. Many of todays top artists gathered Monday night to honour The Beatles legacy, with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr in attendance and late members John Lennon and George Harrison always in mind, at The Recording Academys taping of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles. John Legend and Alicia Keys sang Let It Be. Katy Perry performed Yesterday, while her boyfriend, John Mayer, teamed with Keith Urban on Dont Let Me Down. And Brad Paisley and Pharrell Williams took on the challenge of Here Comes the Sun, a song well known to millions of music fans. We are honouring the most important band of all time, and trying to do justice to their song while two of them sit there, Paisley said in an interview before his performance. We know, going in, were not going to sing like them, and were going to try to do our own thing with it. But ... theres reasons why people get blasted when they cover Beatles songs in any situation. But here we are, were all doing that tonight. So, I guess its an even playing field in that sense. It was until McCartney and Starr took the stage, turning what had been a fairly sedate affair into an arm-in-arm singalong of hits Hey, Jude, Sgt. Pepper and Yellow Submarine that prompted movie stars and Grammy Award-winning musicians alike to sing along like giddy kids. The telecast will air Feb. 9 on CBS, 50 years after The Fab Four made their first appearance in front of an American TV audience on The Ed Sullivan Show. It was a historic moment with more than 73 million Americans tuning in, changing pop culture in profound ways. Even so, McCartney told the crowd he was hesitant to agree to commemorate it. What can I say about this evening, its just amazing, he said. At first when I was asked to do the show, I was wondering if it was the right thing to do. Was it seemly to tribute yourself? But I saw a couple of American guys who said to me, You dont understand the impact of that appearance on the show on America. I didnt realize that. Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich said the tribute event was more than a decade in the making and was produced at the Los Angeles Convention Center with archival footage from the bands Ed Sullivan era as well as their psychedelic and hirsute, hipster periods. Maroon 5 kicked off the show by re-creating the opening moments of the Feb. 9, 1964, appearance with All My Loving, then Ticket to Ride. Keys and Legend faced each other as they sat at matching black baby grand pianos. Mayer and Urban traded guitar licks, as did Gary Clark Jr. and Joe Walsh on As My Guitar Gently Weeps. Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart of The Eurythmics reunited to play The Fool on the Hill. Dave Grohl and Jeff Lynne hammered deep cut Hey, Bulldog, and Harrisons son Dhani joined Lynne and Joe Walsh on his fathers classic Something. Stevie Wonder performed We Can Work It Out twice, asking for a retake after a slow start on his first attempt. Fire me, sue me, he joked with the crowd. Starr took the stage next and marveled at Wonders appearance: Ive got to tell you, what a thrill following Stevie Wonder. The drummer performed three songs alone, including Yellow Submarine at the request of Grohls young daughter. McCartney took the stage next for five songs of his own before Starr returned for a finale that included a group singalong of Hey, Jude. It was the first time the two had performed together since 2010. We were in a band. Its called The Beatles, Starr said near the end of the show. And if we play, John and George are always with us. Its always John, Paul, George and Ringo. http://www.canada.com/entertainment/music/Stars+tribute+Beatles+with+photos/9440627/story.html

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Goldenday: , ... http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2014/02/07/ed-sullivan-retro-marquee-kicks-off-beatles-weekend/5276175/ The main event, The Beatles: The Night That Changed America - A Grammy Salute, on CBS airs on Sunday (8:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT) will feature a heap of A-lister performances, including The Eurthymics, Alicia Keys, Dave Grohl, John Legend, Imagine Dragons, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Jeff Lynne, Stevie Wonder, Joe Walsh, Brad Paisley, Gary Clark Jr., Maroon 5, John Mayer, Keith Urban and Ed Sheeran singing covers. Most notably, Paul and Ringo will revisit some of their hits, sit down for an interview with Letterman and CBS will show archived footage from the famous evening.

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SLQ: Laura Mvula and Jeff Lynne receive honorary awards from Birmingham City University 5 Mar 2014 14:30 Singer-songwriter Laura graduated from BCUs Birmingham Conservatoire with a degree in composition in 2008 Share on print Share on email View gallery " " " " " " " " " " Laura Mvula View gallery Musicians Laura Mvula and Jeff Lynne have taken to the stage to receive honorary awards from a Birmingham university. The pair donned caps and gowns to pick up the awards during Birmingham City Universitys graduation ceremonies at the Symphony Hall. Singer-songwriter Laura graduated from BCUs Birmingham Conservatoire with a degree in composition in 2008 and was named as one of the universitys alumni of the year. The rising star grew up in Selly Oak and Kings Heath and is soon to head across the Atlantic for a headline tour of America. Laura, who finished recording an orchestral version of her album Sing to the Moon at Abbey Road on Sunday, met her husband while studying in Birmingham and attended the ceremony with her family. The Brit Award nominee hoped to catch up with her former professor Joe Cutler - who she described as the most kind, gracious and patient teacher - during her visit to the city. Its amazing, isnt it? she said of her award. It feels surreal because its only six years since my graduation, but so much has happened in a short space of time. Its the best feeling to be acknowledged at home, where it all started.

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Voldar: . Laura Mvula and Jeff Lynne receive honorary awards from Birmingham City University Birmingham-born musician and producer Jeff picked up an honorary doctorate at the ceremony and will next week receive his own star on Broad Streets Walk of Fame. Jeff was a founder member of 50million record-selling Electric Light Orchestra and was a member of the Grammy award-winning Traveling Wilburys. Jeff, who now lives in America but grew up in Shard End, said: Both honours are equally important to me, but I never dreamed Id get a clever honour like this. I went to a secondary modern and once I got my first guitar that was all I ever wanted to do. Im thrilled to bits. If Im ever on a plane and they ask if there is a doctor on board, I will put my hand up. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/laura-mvula-jeff-lynne-receive-6775308


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