Officially the last concert of The Beatles on the roof of Apple Records on January 30th 1969. This concert is from "Let It Be" a 1970 documentary film about The Beatles. Setlist: Get Back - 01:03 Don't let Me Down - 04:18 I've Got a Feeling - 07:53 One After 909 - 11:35 Dig a Pony - 14:38 Get Back 18:30.
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Neil Young and Crazy Horse will launch a North American arena tour in early October that will run through early December. Ticket prices range from $47.00 to over $255 and go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.
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