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Beatle news briefs: McCartney Grammys celebrated; Beatles radio show expands

Paul McCartney performs Sunday during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Eagle Rock Entertainment CEO Terry Shand and Executive Director Geoff Kempin issued a statement Jan. 28 paying tribute to Paul McCartney and the company's release of “Live Kisses,” which took home two of the five Grammy Awards McCartney won Sunday. “We are delighted to win these awards for this great film with Paul McCartney. It was a very exciting and groundbreaking project!"

The 13-song film, which won Grammys for Best Music Film and Best Surround Sound Album, shows McCartney performing his “Kisses On The Bottom” album live at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles. It was taped Feb. 9, 2012, the same day McCartney was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

By the way, look close during the first few minutes of the film and you'll see us among the reporters covering the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. We're guessing that's not good enough to get a Grammy of our own.

More places to listen: “Dennis Mitchell’s Breakfast With The Beatles” announced Jan. 28 it has added three more affiliates in Nevada, Colorado and Ohio. KQLL FM & AM in Las Vegas NV (“KOOL 102” Oldies) adds the show Sundays at 7 a.m. starting Feb. 8. KQZR-FM in Steamboat Springs CO airs the show at 9 a.m. Saturdays. Nb WWOW-AM Ashtabula OH, adding the show Sundays at 8am starting this weekend. The show, which is heard in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Sweden and Sweden as well as online, says it plans to feature audio of all three of The Beatles’ initial appearances on “The Ed Sullivan Show” the weekends of Feb. 8, 15 and 22. A complete list of affiliates can be found on its website.

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