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Listen To K-EARTH 101’s Trophy Tunes Weekend!

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Photo credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

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It’s music’s biggest night this Sunday, so we’re celebrating the 56th GRAMMY Awards with a Trophy Tunes Weekend!

Starting Friday at noon, we’ll be your GRAMMY music headquarters as we salute K-EARTH 101 artists who have been nominated and won the prestigious award. Hear all your favorite GRAMMY-winning artists like Michael Jackson, Elton John, Pat Benatar, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.

And speaking of The Beatles, in honor of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reuniting on the GRAMMY stage this Sunday, we’ll be giving away all THIRTEEN of the Beatles U.S. albums – every original release from 1964’s Meet The Beatles to 1970’s Hey Jude to lucky listeners!

Just listen all weekend for the cue to call in at 1-800-232-KRTH (5784) and be the correct caller to win! Click here for contest rules.

Here are the thirteen Beatles albums you have a chance to win all weekend:

Meet The Beatles!
[Capitol Records: released January 10, 1964; 11 weeks at No. 1]

The Beatles’ Second Album
[Capitol Records: released April 10, 1964; five weeks at No. 1]

A Hard Day’s Night (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[United Artists: released June 26, 1964; 14 weeks at No. 1]

Something New
[Capitol Records: released July 20, 1964; nine weeks at No. 2]

The Beatles’ Story
[Capitol Records: released November 23, 1964; peaked at No. 7]

Beatles ’65
[Capitol Records: released December 15, 1964; nine weeks at No. 1]

The Early Beatles
[Capitol Records: released March 22, 1965; peaked at No. 43]

Beatles VI
[Capitol Records: released June 14, 1965; six weeks at No. 1]

Help! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[Capitol Records: released August 13, 1965; nine weeks at No. 1]

Rubber Soul
[Capitol Records: released December 6, 1965; six weeks at No. 1]

Yesterday And Today
[Capitol Records: released June 20, 1966; five weeks at No. 1]

Revolver
[Capitol Records: released August 8, 1966; six weeks at No. 1]

Hey Jude
[Apple Records: released February 26, 1970; four weeks at No. 2]

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