Best Rumor Of The Day: Beatles Reunion At Hollywood Bowl?


No official confirmation or comment. Info from a British tabloid. An idea that borders both on the ludicrous and creepy. Are [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Beatles[/lastfm] looking at a sort of reunion next August at the Hollywood Bowl? Probably not. But let’s speculate anyway!

According to UK tabloid Daily Star, the production would involve [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Ringo Starr[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Paul McCartney[/lastfm] on stage with “enlivened” digital images of [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]John Lennon[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]George Harrison[/lastfm], all to raise money for a cancer charity. Backing musicians would fill in some of the missing parts.

The show’s supposed date is August 27, 2011.

We know that there aren’t too many outstanding issues with the living members of the group. After all, Sir Paul showed up at Ringo’s birthday concert, as we told you.

You may say I’m a dreamer…

Can you see any way that this happens? And while it certainly wouldn’t count as a real “reunion,” would it be fine as the best possible? Or would the holographic recreations be too creepy for you?

[Source: Some Kind of Awesome]

  • Debbie Armijo

    I wish I could have seen the Beatles when they were all together. The closest I ever got to seeign the Beatles, was when Beatlemania was in LA. I saw them twice and tok some really good pictures. It was great! I would love to see them again and if this is all we can get, then so be it. I would love to go if I can afford it! I say YES!

  • Rose Neutzling

    I was lucky enough to see the Beatles live in Washington, D.C. where I grew up. I don’t remember the year but I do remember all the girls screaming through the whole concert and I never heard one word of one song. Also, they were so far away, they looked like little 6-inch dolls. At any rate, I consider myself extremely lucky for the experience and in addition, I also got to see my idol, Elvis Presley, live in concert. Thats another story for another time!

  • Sue

    I will pay $500+ to see this and I’ll bet that’s what it will cost. Mostly Beatles music, but they have been my life’s music, so I will go and enjoy this monumentous occasion……

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