Brian hearts George

JANUARY 21 IN BRIAN EPSTEIN HISTORY

Originally posted by eppylover [ HERE ] at Turn Me On Dead Mensch

~*~*~ Crossposticated to the Induct Brian Epstein into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Facebook page~*~*~




1966 ~ Marriage of George and Pattie Boyd, at the Esher Register Office, Surrey.

Brian and Paul are best men.

Evening: Brian throws a party at Chapel Street, in honour of George and Pattie. Guests: Paul, Jane, John, Cynthia, Geoffrey Ellis, Wendy Hanson, George Martin, Judy Martin.



[Below: kissy-kissy news footage of the wedding]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvT9xSsgUBA

If you're patient and highly observant, you will see Neil, Mal, Tony Barrow and perhaps others in the crowd ~ let me know if you notice anyone else of note, such as Tony Bramwell? Was he there?

(Glimpse of Brian at approximately 2:38) (Longer Brian sequence starts at 5:40)


(This screengrab of Brian goofing for the camera makes me laugh)




Hallelujah!

"I've Got A Feeling" ... "We've Only Just Begun" ...


Beatles manager Brian Epstein to be honoured with theatre in his name

by Natalie Evans. Published Thu 07 Oct 2010 17:50, Last updated: 2010-10-07



Tragic Beatles manager Brain Epstein is to be honoured with a theatre named after him in Liverpool.

The city's former Neptune Theatre is to be renamed The Epstein Theatre as a memorial to the entrepreneur catapulted The Fab Four to worldwide fame.

A Liverpool music and record shop owner Epstein became a Merseybeat guru and managed the mop top band until his drugs overdose death on 27th August 1967.

Restoration work in under way on The Epstein Theatre, a 97-year-old Grade II listed building in Hanover St, which has been closed to the public since 2005.

Liverpool Council Leader Joe Anderson said: "Brian Epstein was, to many, the 5th Beatle but he was also a brilliant entrepreneur who put many Liverpool acts on the road to success.

"He arguably did more than anyone to stamp the city so emphatically on the world map, an achievement which today generates millions of pounds for our tourism economy.

"I’m delighted Brian’s family have accepted our request to rename this venue The Epstein Theatre as it gives Liverpool its first real opportunity to officially say thank you to one of our greatest sons for his unique contribution. "

The £750,000 revamp, will see the 400-seat former Edwardian music hall re-fitted to modern safety standards.

It will be resplendent with new mahogany front doors and crystal chandeliers and is scheduled to be opened in February next year.

Epstein also managed 60’s hitmakers Cilla Black and Gerry and The Pacemakers before his death from an drugs overdose aged just 32.

from ClickLiverpool.com

The eppylover's only issue with the article is with their very first five words: "Tragic Beatles manager Brain (sic) Epstein..." Perpetuating the pathetic stereotype and the common misspelling of his name.

But hey, I'm a picky bee-yatch, so, anyway, whatev. YAY. ^.^

And....Notice that Cllr Anderson said "FIRST real opportunity"... to me, that bespeaks of MORE TO COME. Double YAY.

Mal and Eppie in IMVU

Brian Epstein in A Hard Day's Night?

Some sources, including Wikipedia, say that Brian made an uncredited appearance in A Hard Day's Night. Does anyone know where in the movie this is? I usually consider myself talented at Eppy Spotting (since he's so often in the background or partially cut-off in photos), but I don't see him in AHD.
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A Warehouse Disturbs Completely

~*~*~ Crossposticated from eppylover's LJ~*~*~
A Warehouse Disturbs Completely

Original English Text:
A Cellar Full of Noise


Translated to French: Une cave complètement de bruit

Translated back to English:
A cellar completely of noise


Translated to German: Ein Keller vollständig der Geräusche

Translated back to English:
A cellar completely the noises


Translated to Italian: Una cantina completamente i disturbi

Translated back to English:
A wine cellar completely disturbs


Translated to Portuguese: Uma adega de vinho perturba completamente

Translated back to English:
A wine cellar disturbs full


Translated to Spanish: Una bodega disturba por completo

Translated back to English:
A warehouse disturbs completely

What!? You don't remember
Brian Epstein's autobiography,
A Warehouse Disturbs Completely?

For those of you who weren't with me in 2005, the original post is { HERE }

Legacy

40 Years Ago Today in Brian Epstein History ~ Memorial Service

  ~~ WARNING ~~ HUGE, HUGE PICSPAM UNDER CUT! ~~

CLICK TO READ PROGRAM

Since I was so deathly ill on August 27 this year, on the day I should have been memorializing him...

ON OCTOBER 17th...

In 1967The Beatles attended a memorial service
for Brian Epstein at the New London Synagogue.
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Click to read
My memorial service post in the mrbrianepstein Community two years ago today (Oct 17, 2005)
Bricon

Liverpool remembers Brian Epstein

FROM: What Goes On.com

Liverpool remembers Brian Epstein
WHAT GOES ON BEATLES NEWS EXCLUSIVE
by Katie Hickox


Brian Epstein, the Beatles manager who brought the Beatles out of Liverpool and engineered their success, was remembered yesterday throughout the city of Liverpool on the 40th anniversary of his death, August 27, 1967.

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Criteria for receiving a blue plaque on a former residence of an honoured person:

In order to be eligible for an English Heritage blue plaque, a figure must have been dead for twenty years or have passed the centenary of their birth, whichever is the earlier.

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IT'S A DISGRACE

Katie feels it's a disgrace that the City of Liverpool has never erected a plaque in front of Brian's childhood home at 197 Queens Drive in the Childwall area of Liverpool, even though at least three have been put up for John Lennon in different sites. Brian truly deserves, for once, to be honoured ahead of a Beatle or two.

Martin Lewis feels it's a disgrace that so many other, almost anonymous non-performers have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (See my old post on that travesty), and Brian has been cluelessly omitted.

Christine agrees with all of the above, and also feels it's a disgrace that Brian has never been posthumously knighted ~ well, at least received a posthumous MBE. He more than deserved one when his Boys received theirs!

How many more times can I say the word disgrace?

Can you think of any other ways Brian Epstein can be remembered and assured his place in history as an equal alongside The Beatles? Thank you!