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Remembering George Harrison

Today marks the 13th anniversary of one of the most legendary musician’s. George Harrison passed away in L.A. after a long bout with cancer.
To commemorate him, there will be a memorial that will take place today, November 29th from noon—2 p.m. at Harrison’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (his star is right in front of the Capitol Records Building – 1750 N. Vine Street).
Event organizer Jerry Rubin is encouraging fans to bring candles and flowers to the remembrance and KLOS-FM’s Breakfast with the Beatles host Chris Carter will emcee the event and L.A. City Councilman Tom LaBonge will be a featured speaker.

You can celebrate his work by purchase the Apple Years box set (released September 22nd) which is each of George’s first six solo albums remastered from the original analogue masters in upgraded packaging for CD and digital release, available individually and as a box set. The box set also contains a DVD with over 40 minutes of video including a new Apple Years feature and a bound book with essay and rare and unseen photos Available on CD and digital.

Below is the official trailer of the Apple Years box set.

And enjoy a hi-def video of on of the GATRS favorites.. Here Comes the Sun.

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