Beatlemania


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Beatlemania

term referring to the Beatles’ (rock musicians) immense popularity; manifested by screaming fans in the 1960s. [Pop. Culture: Miller, 172–181]
See: Frenzy
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The play charts the emotional journey of Cynthia's life before, during and after Beatlemania.
Music fans have the chance to swing back to 60s Beatlemania or dust down their blue suede shoes with two fantastic shows taking place in October.
Offering fun and unique insights into the famous musicians and entertainers associated with the Beatles, including John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Victor Spinetti, and Hy Lit, through interviews and vignettes, and driven by the frenzy of fan clubs, Beatles concerts, and endless dreams and meeting schemes, Patricia Gallo-Stenman's "Diary of a Beatlemaniac: A Fab Insider's Look at the Beatles Era" romps through the heady, roller-coaster days of Beatlemania as seen through the eyes of one Philadelphia schoolgirl and her band of 'Beatle Buddies.'
Not exactly a rerun of Beatlemania then, more like a Women's Institute coach outing after too many sherbet lemons.
There are many books about the Beatles and Beatlemania: books about the origins and history of the band, how they became so successful, and even what it was like inside the bubble of stardom.
Tribute act The Mersey Beatles are playing the same towns, cities and venues that the original Fab Four did during the days of Beatlemania for their Get Back UK Tour, which arrives at the Albany Theatre on November 17.
Fresh from sell-out tours of the USA and Europe, The Mersey Beatles are playing the very same towns, cities and famous British venues the original Fab Four did during the days of Beatlemania.
Fab Four fans attending The Mersey Beatles' O2 Academy gig -- which covers all areas of The Beatles career from Beatlemania to Sgt Pepper and Abbey Road -- are in for a real treat.
The seven-member group, also known as the Bangtan Boys, has a devoted core of fans known as 'the army' and its appeal has been likened to Beatlemania in the 1960s.
1964: Beatlemania gripped America as around 70 million tuned in to see the Fab Four on the Ed Sullivan Show.
It's hard to believe that it was only 16 years ago since Beatlemania took teesside by storm.