“And in the End”: The Beatles Fifty Years Later
6:30 PM ET
The Paley Center for Media is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the last year the Beatles were together. Join us for this unforgettable event bringing together an executive who was at the famous final concert on a London rooftop and musicians who were influenced by the group’s final recording together, 1969’s Abbey Road. Our guests will explore how the media has covered this ultimate burst of creative energy, which included John and Yoko’s bed-ins and the “Paul is Dead” rumor. Moderated by the inimitable Joe Scarborough, who talks about his love of all things Beatles on Morning Joe. This evening promises to be a thrill for all Beatles fans of every generation.
Support for this event is provided by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.
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Peter Brown, Manager of the Beatles in 1969
Peter Asher, first Head of A&R for the Beatles label, Apple Records
Rob Sheffield, Music Writer and Journalist, Rolling Stone; Author, Dreaming the Beatles: The Love Story of One Band and the Whole World
Max Weinberg, Drummer for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Moderator: Joe Scarborough, Cohost, MSNBC's Morning Joe