Local Musicians Launch Effort To Save Legendary Beatles, Rolling Stones Venue

01/15/2013
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(Classic Rock) Newcastle City Hall, one of the UK's most legendary venues and a staple of the rock and pop touring circuit since the 1950s, is under threat of closure. The Hall is owned by Newcastle City Council and its future is uncertain due to budget cuts.

Newcastle City Hall has played host to The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Led Zeppelin, Buddy Holly, The Eagles, Santana and thousands more. A large section of Don't Look Back, the documentary about Bob Dylan's controversial 1965 UK tour, was filmed backstage at the City Hall.

Save The City Hall, a four-song CD aimed at raising awareness of the potential fate facing the 85-year-old building has just been released by the North East All Stars and is also available for download via iTunes. more on this story

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