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George Harrison performs at the Concert for Bangladesh, held at Madison Square Garden on August 1, 1971 in New York City. Asked why he joined in organizing the event, he said, "Because I was asked by a friend if I'd help, that's all." Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images hide caption

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Paul McCartney has released McCartney III, the latest in a trilogy of solo recordings that stretches back to 1970. Mary McCartney hide caption

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On 'McCartney III,' Paul McCartney Is A One-Man Show Again

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Dhani Harrison (second from right) joins Weird Al Yankovic, Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Brandon Flowers of The Killers and Jonathan Bates of Mellowdrone on stage at George Fest. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Quiet Beatle's Long Shadow: Dhani Harrison On Sharing His Dad With The World

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George Harrison, 'This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)'

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As the NPR Music team and others prepared to leave the network's old headquarters, mysterious messages began appearing on the windows and walls: "Everything will be better!" Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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New Building, New Mix: Songs About Change

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'Sgt. Pepper,' an Album That Shaped an Era

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Fans Mark Anniversary of George Harrison's Death

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