Promoter Sid Bernstein places New York Times ad for a Beatles reunion

Sunday, September 9, 1979

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SEP 9 1979 – A BEATLES REUNION ? Promoter SID BERNSTEIN placed full-page ad in the New York Times. “An appeal to John, Paul, George & Ringo” ! The pitch ? The Beatles would perform on 3 days for a worthy cause; in Cairo, Jerusalem & New York. Thanks Sid for trying.

From Piers Hemmingsen sur Twitter : “SEP 9 1979 – A BEATLES REUNION ? Promoter SID BERNSTEIN placed full-page ad in the New York Times. “An appeal to John, Paul, George & Ringo” ! The pitch ? The Beatles would perform on 3 days for a worthy cause; in Cairo, Jerusalem & New York. Thanks Sid for trying. ❤️ 💙 https://t.co/AuzIOUETvn” / Twitter

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