Wanted: Johns, Pauls, Georges and Ringos to replicate the authentic sound of The Beatles for audiences in the UK and Ireland.
Not like another Beatles' doc needs much introduction, but Ron Howard (that lovable kid from The Andy Griffith Show and Happy Days, the Academy Award winning actor-cum-director, is coming full circle with his obsession with John, Paul, George and Ringo in a new still-untitled documentary spanning the band's career from 1960-66.
It's a popular fact: George Martin coined himself the composer on most of the Beatles more orchestral arrangements.
Earlier this month, Brit rock 'n' roll's pretty boys celebrated the 50th anniversary of their universally lauded February 16, 1964 Ed Sullivan debut.
With only two Beatles still surviving, it's near impossible for either Paul McCartney or Ringo Starr to stay out of the limelight. Macca, aged 71, is still as prolific as he was in his 40s, yet Ringo, 73, remains ever more humble and tame (especially since Harry Nilsson died back in 1994). However, it was the strong, near silent drummer who received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Peace & Love at the David Lynch Foundation's gala.