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3 John Lennon Quotes That Pissed Off A Lot Of People

For every 100 inspiring John Lennon quotes, there’s one time he said the Beatles were bigger than Jesus. Here are three quotes that either got taken out of context or generated a lot more controversy than Lennon ever intended.


Brian Epstein, manager of The Beatles, is photographed in New York City on Aug. 11, 1966.  (AP Photo)

The Legacy of Brian Epstein: Breakfast With The Beatles Roundtable

Former Beatles manager Brian Epstein in many ways molded the Fab Four into the image of the band we know today. Chachi Loprete and our other resident Beatles fanatics discuss his legacy on the latest Breakfast with the Beatles roundtable podcast.


One of the Lennon drawings to be auctioned. (Sotheby's)

More Than 100 John Lennon Manuscripts Heading To Auction

The most desirable item in a big new auction is John Lennon’s handwritten manuscript, worth potentially $70,000.

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8. The Beatles - "Yesterday and Today" - $3,204

Chachi’s Rare Copy of the Banned Beatles Album Cover ‘Yesterday and Today’

Breakfast with the Beatles host Chachi owns a vast, valuable collection of Beatles memorabilia – and he’s here to show it off.


Ringo Starr (left background) John Lennon (right background) Paul McCartney (left foreground) and George Harrison wave to fans from their airliner, named clipper Beatles in their honour on arrival at London airport on Feb. 22, 1964, after their United States trip. Some 5,000 fans, the largest crowd ever greeted them at the airport. (AP Photo/P)

Photo Flashback: The Beatles Return to London After 1964 U.S. Tour

On February 22, 1964, the Beatles returned to the U.K. at the London Airport. It was a predictably wild scene for fans as they mobbed the Fab Four upon their arrival.


Ed Sullivan, center, stands with The Beatles during a rehearsal for the British group's first American appearance, on the "Ed Sullivan Show" in New York on Feb. 9, 1964. From left:  Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Sullivan, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The band was seen by 70 million viewers. (AP Photo)

A Roundtable Discussion With ZLX’s Beatles Experts

There’s never enough time on Breakfast with the Beatles to talk about the band and their legacy. That’s where our newest podcast comes in!


In this Feb. 18, 1964, file photo, The Beatles, from left, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison, take a fake blow from Cassius Clay while visiting the heavyweight contender at his training camp in Miami Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/File)

The Beatles Met Muhammad Ali 50 Years Ago Today, And It Was Even Better Than You Imagine [PHOTOS]

The Beatles met boxing legend Muhammad Ali on this day 50 years ago, bringing together two of the world’s most iconic figures at the time.


This file photo from February 11, 1964 was taken at a news conference before the Beatles gave their first US concert. (AP Photo/Christie's, Mike Mitchell, File)

3 Strange Stories From The Beatles’ First Live Concert In America

The Beatles’ first live concert in America happened 50 years ago today. The show was spectacular, but it didn’t come without its share of bizarre incidents surrounding it…


American TV host Ed Sullivan, left, talks with three members of the British pop group The Beatles during a rehearsal for their appearance on his TV show, in New York, Feb. 8, 1964. From left, Sullivan, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. George Harrison, the fourth member of the group missed the rehearsal due to illness. (AP Photo)

British Pop Star Says His Boy Band is Bigger Than The Beatles

You’d have to be crazy to believe your own group can even come close to the Beatles when it comes to fame. But wait…a British kid in a BOY BAND actually believes that.


The Beatles are shown during rehearsals on the set of the "Ed Sullivan Show" in New York, Feb. 9, 1964. (AP Photo)

Photo Flashback: The Beatles Perform on the “Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964

The Beatles changed music history forever when they debuted on the “Ed Sullivan Show” on this day 50 years ago. Here’s a look back with some iconic photos of the legendary performance, at the time the most viewed TV program in history.