Ethiopian-born singer Meklit Hadero shows off her guitar chops and her perfect afro. Cody Pickens hide caption

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01We Are Alive

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Paul McCartney, left, and John Lennon during a November 1963 Beatles show in London. The next month, the band had its first big hit in the U.S. and Beatlemania started to sweep America. AP hide caption

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The opening of 'I Want To Hold Your Hand'

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