The Beatles changed the way the world is entertained, feels, and thinks along with what is perceived of as normal so dramatically that 50 years after their founding mention of their name still makes the headlines. On Jan. 18, 2013, TruthDive reported, Recording session of the Beatles to be recreated for 50th anniversary. There are plans to recreate the Beatles’ 12-hour historic recording session with a live broadcast on national radio.
On the 50th anniversary of this famous session of the Beatles, the event, which has the Welsh band Stereophonics, chart-topper Gabrielle Aplin and Mick Hucknall as the performers, will be aired live on Radio 2 in England. The recreation of this historic session will also be screened on BBC4 as part of a celebration of their debut album "Please Please Me." Most of the first album of the Beatles was recorded at Abbey Road’s Studio 2 on February 11, 1963.
NewKerala.com has also covered this story about the Beatles, Recording session of the Beatles to be recreated for 50th anniversary. There is excitement in the air about the planned recreation of the Beatles' 12-hour historic recording session for broadcast live on national radio. And there are plans to substitute 'Please Please Me', which was recorded prior to this famous session, into the event for the purposes of the recreation. It sounds really exciting to be able to be a part of this Beatles revival.