A 10-foot pine dubbed the George Harrison Tree has been killed by an irony-filled infestation of beetles.
Actor Mike Myers received a piece of fan mail from George Harrison on the day the former Beatle died.
A 1962 Rickenbacker 425, owned by George Harrison and believed to be the guitar he used on 'I Want to Hold Your Hand,' will go up for sale this week.
The late Beatle's second solo effort was his most experimental, his worst-selling, and one of his more controversial albums. Yet, it opened the door for something important.
In early 1969, while their fans were still swooning over the recently released White Album, the Beatles were holed up in London's Twickenham Studios, trying to figure out their next move. These famously fractious sessions eventually produced the band's final studio release, 'Let It Be' -- but not before bringing long-simmering tensions between the group's members to a raging boil.
“They used us as an excuse to go mad, the world did," George Harrison said in the Beatles' 1995 'Anthology' documentary. "And then blamed it on us.” But even he could never suspect that, four years later, those words would ring true again when, on Dec. 30, 1999, a mad man attacked Harrison in his own house, nearly killing him.