A colossus, yes. But at the Jubilee a...

A colossus, yes. But at the Jubilee and the Olympics the magic had...

There are 1 comment on the Daily Mail story from Jul 31, 2012, titled A colossus, yes. But at the Jubilee and the Olympics the magic had.... In it, Daily Mail reports that:

During the Sixties, I saw The Beatles play live several times. First at a riotous performance in Bedford, of all places, then at Finsbury Park and Hammersmith in London.

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Greg

Athens, Greece

#1 Aug 1, 2012
No, no, no! Maybe he is old enough, but, he still can sing and play. He's better than Jones in many ways. The world is lucky to have him performing, his presence(along with Ringo's)is enough for the fans to stop and watching. For God's sake, look what he has accomplished being an "old man". To me, he is not.

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