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Beatles 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert at The Renaissance Center

 

The Beatles are coming to Dickson! The WannaBeatles that is.

The Renaissance CenterDickson, TN – In the wake of the London Olympics and all things British, The Renaissance Center will celebrate one of Great Britain’s most beloved exports, The Beatles, as the 2012 calendar marks the 50 Year Anniversary of the Beatles!

Joining in on the fun are The WannaBeatles, one of the best Beatles tribute bands in the country, for a concert and Beatles-related activities scheduled for Saturday, August 25th, 7:00pm. Pre-concert activities include several musical acts in the center’s rotunda and a showing of Laser Beatles in the Cybersphere Digital Theatre.

The WannaBeatles. (L-R) Bryan Cumming, David Toledo, Dennis Scott and Nathan Burbank.

The WannaBeatles. (L-R) Bryan Cumming, David Toledo, Dennis Scott and Nathan Burbank.

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The House the Beatles Fans Built

 
Hank Bonecutter

Hank Bonecutter

Nashville, TN – The Beatles changed music forever, and their fans are as loyal today as they were when that “Little band from Liverpool” arrived in the United States.  Now, middle Tennessee Beatles fans can “Come together” and help Habitat for Humanity at the same time.

“The House the Beatles Fans Built” is three events this week in Nashville, that will give Beatles fans a chance to help Habitat for Humanity, and meet some of those closest to the “Fab Four” during their amazing time together.

First, on Monday, October 17th, there will be a book signing at” Two Old Hippies” in the Gulch, Nashville”s new and trendy hot spot from 6:00pm-8:30pm.

The House the Beatles Fans Built

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Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Keene to be on “Clarksville in Review”

 

WJZM, 1400AM Radio StationClarksville, TN – This Saturday on “Clarksville in Review”, join Hank Bonecutter and his guest, Charlie Keene, Montgomery County Commissioner and local Pharmacist, as they discuss synthetic drugs, and the county’s rejection of a synthetic drug resolution banning the sale of those products locally.

Then, Beatles author Nancy Lee Andrews will be discussing the Beatles, her book “A Dose of Rock n Roll” and events next week to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. She along with May Pang and author Richard Courtney will host book signings in Nashville and donate proceeds to build a habitat house.  Listen to WJZM and Wjzm.com, 8:00am-10:00am Saturday morning.

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