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It has been fifty years since The Beatles played their first memorable show at the Hollywood Bowl. Even after all these years, the Beatle-mania hasn't faded away, and the remaining band is ready to perform their classic hits at the venue once again. The musical night will feature artists including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the original The Beatles stars, along with names like Stevie Wonder, Katy Perry and Alicia Keys. Fans have been waiting for this event for so long and now the sales of The Beatles' th at Bowl tickets are soaring up.
According to RIAA, Beatles is the 'Best Selling Band in the United States'. They have sold more number one singles than any other act in the UK, and also have more number one albums on the British charts as compared to other pop and rock musicians.
During the sixties, The Beatles were among the only bands that did not have a live album. With increasing fame, fans' demand for a concert album built up and The Beatles contacted different record labels for it. Later in the seventies, the parent company of Capitol Records, EMI asked them to revisit their earlier live recordings and submit a listenable version of them. Finally, a live album named 'The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl' was released with songs from two of the band's concerts. It featured a list of hit singles, including, Twist and Shout, I Want to Hold Your Hand and I Wanna Be Your Man. The album reached at the first position on the New Musical Express chart in the UK and at the second position on the Billboard chart in the United States.
The band has a lot of memories associated with Hollywood Bowl and their upcoming performance at the venue is being organized to commemorate the contributions of The Beatles in a glamorous way. Well known artists of the entertainment world like Eric Idle, Johnny Depp and Sean Penn will pay their tributes as well. Other than this, there will be live interviews of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr that will be conducted by David Letterman. During the interview session, the spotlight will be shared by other artists who were a part of The Beatles' 1964 show, and also those who formed the audience at the event. Along with this, vintage clips will also be played that will take their fans down the memory lane and make them relive the time when the band was at the peak of their music career.
The news of the upcoming show has excited pop and rock fans to an extent that they are even ready to go and greet Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney when they arrive at the New York Airport. They have already made their performance at the Ed Sullivan Show and according to the statistics, 74 million viewers from the United States and millions more in Canada tuned in to watch the show on CBS.
Hollywood Bowl is one of the most prominent music venues in Los Angeles. It has a seating capacity of 17,376 people and has hosted a number of notable performances by artists like Cher, Andrea Bocelli and Phil Collins. Also, festivals like Playboy Jazz are arranged at the venue every year, since the late seventies. Many motion picture screenings have premiered at the Hollywood Bowl in the past, and still do. The Beatles' fans in anticipation of the event are in search of the best deals of The Beatles' th at Bowl tickets. Get yours as soon as possible.