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NEW YORK (AP) _ THEY HAVEN'T BEEN TOGETHER FOR A WHILE. BUT THE EURYTHMICS ARE GETTING BACK TOGETHER FOR A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES. THE GRAMMY PEOPLE SAY ANNIE LENNOX AND DAVE STEWART WILL PERFORM AT AN EVENT TO BE HELD THE NIGHT AFTER THE AWARDS ARE HANDED OUT. NO WORD ON WHICH BEATLES TUNE THE DUO WILL PERFORM. BUT WE DO KNOW WHAT OTHER ACTS WHO HAVE BEEN PAIRED UP WILL BE DOING. JOHN MAYER AND KEITH URBAN WILL PAIR UP TO PERFORM ``DON'T LET ME DOWN.'' AND ALICIA KEYS AND JOHN LEGEND WILL TEAM UP ON ``LET IT BE.'' A TAPE OF THE SHOW WILL AIR ON FEBRUARY 9 _ 50 YEARS TO THE DATE THAT THE BEATLES MADE THEIR U.S. DEBUT ON ``THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW,'' DRAWING AN ESTIMATED 73 MILLION VIEWERS.  Read more HERE

      LOS ANGELES (AP) _ ITUNES IS ALSO MARKING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BEATLES ARRIVAL IN THE UNITED STATES. THE APPLE MUSIC BUYING SERVICE WILL RELEASE THE SET OF 13 ALBUMS THE BEATLES RELEASED HERE IN THE U.S. IT STARTS WITH ``MEET THE BEATLES!,'' WHICH CAME OUT IN 1964 _ AND ENDS WITH ``HEY JUDE,'' THE FINAL STUDIO RECORDING BY THE GROUP, WHICH WAS RELEASED IN 1970. THE SERIES HAS BEEN REMASTERED FOR ITUNES _ AND INCLUDES A 64-PAGE BOOKLET. THE SET CAN BE PRE-ORDERED NOW. Download HERE

 

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