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Paul McCartney will play a number of shows in Brazil next month, after wrapping up the current North American leg of the "Out There" tour. Soccer stadium shows have been announced for Brasilia, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janiero. Paul's newest round of reissues, "Venus and Mars and "Wings At the Speed of Sound" will be available in multiple formats worldwide the week of November 3. Listen for your chance to win copies! So far Macca hasn't included his new single "Hope" in the setlist of his live shows.


Giles Martin sat down with "Breakfast With The Beatles" to discuss a number of topics, including the long-awaited "Let It Be" DVD and the new mono vinyl box set. Martin told us he's aware of the clamor for the "Let It Be" DVD, but that it's not being prepared for release at the moment. On the mono vinyl reissues, he said there was a strong belief that technology should not get in the way of the product, and that's why the original mono masters were chosen for the project instead of the 2009 remasters.


Ringo Starr wrapped up his 2014 All-Starr Band campaign at Clearwater, Florida October 23. It's been a busy year for Ringo, having been named GQ's Humanitarian of the Year and lending his name to the #peacerocks effort. He reportedly has much of a new album recorded, and has placed his house in England up for sale in anticipation of his move to the United States.




LINKS TO THE TOP BEATLES NEWS SOURCES
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Beatlefan Magazine
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Left: Official trailer for "George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75"
Right: Paul's new single "Hope," heard over the closing credits of the video game "Destiny."

  
Left: Official trailer for the Beatles in Mono on vinyl.
Right: Local coverage of 50th anniversary of The Beatles in Las Vegas.

  
Left: Ringo's October/World Peace Day update as the All-Starr Band hits the road once again.
Right: Paul's jam session for Early Days."

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