In 1960, they renamed themselves The Beatles and went on to change not just the way music was made — but literally change the world.
Pepper’s has been passed down from generation to generation — a video of school children singing ‘When I’m 64’ became a feel-good internet moment last month.
I love that they can all come to the same show and enjoy it for different reasons.
People feel like they have got a free pass to be, if not violent, at least antagonistic towards people of a different colour or a different race.
I think we all thought we’d got past that a long time ago.” “But you get to 40 and you think, ‘40, that’s old.’ Then you get to 50 and think, ‘Well, 40 wasn’t so old.’ As you go on you look at the decade before and think, ‘I thought I was old then, but I wasn’t.’ Now you look at people the decade ahead of you and think, ‘Well, he’s still pretty cool.’ “I enjoy very much what I do: I feel healthy, I’m having a good time, making a new record, going on tour.