Stewart unveiled a sign dedicated to the album at the event and recalled a story about driving the Aston Martin of Beatles' member Paul McCartney when he was a 24 year-old.
"We drove from Bristol to Bath and back.
And all the way Paul kept saying, 'come on put your foot down overtake, overtake.'
And all I could think was, if I killed Paul McCartney." For Stewart, being able to call Paul and Ringo friends is still surreal.
"I saw Paul and Ringo about six weeks ago, just by accident, by chance in a restaurant.
And it is always whenever I meet Paul as though no time has passed at all.
He has an immediacy of behaviour, a spontaneous way of behaving which is remarkable." The Abbey Road album was released on September 26, 1969 and was the last one the group recorded together as a band.
A special anniversary edition of the album has been released with new mixes and unreleased session recordings and demos.
Sir Patrick Stewart joked he is still learning the names of his cast mates onStar Trek: Picard. The venerated actor, who celebrated his 80th birthday lastweek, reprised his role as Jean-Luc Picard for the TV series earlier thisyear, the first time he had played the character since 2002 film Star Trek:Nemesis.
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Mark David Chapman has been denied parole for the 11th time. Chapman murdered John Lennon outside his Manhattan apartment in 1980. Officials said Chapman was denied after being interviewed by a parole board Aug. 19. Chapman shot and killed the former Beatle hours after Lennon autographed an album for him. The 65-year-old Chapman is serving a 20-years-to-life sentence at Wende Correctional Facility, east of Buffalo. According to Newser, Chapman's next parole hearing is scheduled for 2022.
“Stuttering John" Melendez is suing SiriusXM Radio for using his archived hot-button interviews with the likes of the Dalai Lama, Ringo Starr and Mike Tyson without compensation and in violation of his publicity rights.
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Aston Martin is set to release a whisky inspired by James Bond's favourite ride, the DB5. The luxury car brand has teamed up with Scottish distiller Bowmore Whisky. The drink doesn't come cheap though, as one bottle will set you back £50,000. The 31-year-old limited edition bottling will be known as Black Bowmore DB5 1964. Each bottle incorporates an Aston Martin DB5 piston and contains 700ml of Black Bowmore 1964 single malt, one of the rarest and most sought-after malt whiskies ever created. Just 25 bottles of Black Bowmore DB5 1964 will be available later this year.
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