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Online Charity Auction Offering Up a Chance to Meet Paul McCartney

Image courtesy of Mary McCartney/MPL Communications (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Mary McCartney/MPL Communications (via ABC News Radio)

How would you like to meet Sir Paul McCartney backstage at an upcoming concert?  If you have the scratch, now's your chance.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles ' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show -- which took place on February 9, 1964 -- the Charitybuzz website has launched a Beatlemania Charity Auction.

Among the lots up for bid is the opportunity for one fan and a guest to meet Macca at one of his shows sometime in 2014.  The package, which is valued at $50,000 and will benefit the MusiCares Foundation, may be the highlight of the auction, but it's hardly the only stellar item available.  Also on the block are a lithograth, "Bed In for Peace," drawn and signed by John Lennon and depicting the late Beatle and Yoko Ono 's famous March 1969 bed-in press conference in Amsterdam.  That's valued at $25,000 and benefits the Kenya Education fund. 

Additional items include a framed, painted drum head signed by Ringo Starr and an electric guitar autographed by McCartney.

The auction runs until the end of February at Charitybuzz.com/theme/Beatles .

How would you like to meet Sir Paul McCartney backstage at an upcoming concert?  If you have the scratch, now's your chance.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles ' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show -- which took place on February 9, 1964 -- the Charitybuzz website has launched a Beatlemania Charity Auction.

Among the lots up for bid is the opportunity for one fan and a guest to meet Macca at one of his shows sometime in 2014.  The package, which is valued at $50,000 and will benefit the MusiCares Foundation, may be the highlight of the auction, but it's hardly the only stellar item available.  Also on the block are a lithograth, "Bed In for Peace," drawn and signed by John Lennon and depicting the late Beatle and Yoko Ono 's famous March 1969 bed-in press conference in Amsterdam.  That's valued at $25,000 and benefits the Kenya Education fund. 

Additional items include a framed, painted drum head signed by Ringo Starr and an electric guitar autographed by McCartney.

The auction runs until the end of February at Charitybuzz.com/theme/Beatles .

How would you like to meet Sir Paul McCartney backstage at an upcoming concert?  If you have the scratch, now's your chance.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles ' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show -- which took place on February 9, 1964 -- the Charitybuzz website has launched a Beatlemania Charity Auction.

Among the lots up for bid is the opportunity for one fan and a guest to meet Macca at one of his shows sometime in 2014.  The package, which is valued at $50,000 and will benefit the MusiCares Foundation, may be the highlight of the auction, but it's hardly the only stellar item available.  Also on the block are a lithograth, "Bed In for Peace," drawn and signed by John Lennon and depicting the late Beatle and Yoko Ono 's famous March 1969 bed-in press conference in Amsterdam.  That's valued at $25,000 and benefits the Kenya Education fund. 

Additional items include a framed, painted drum head signed by Ringo Starr and an electric guitar autographed by McCartney.

The auction runs until the end of February at Charitybuzz.com/theme/Beatles .

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