Olympic Organizers Aim to Reunite Legendary Band for 2012 Games The Sun
One of the most famous musical groups in history is the focus of plans to resurrect the band for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, The Sun reports.
The group is the Beatles, and even though only two of the four Beatles are still around, organizers hope to have an updated version of the group in the lineup for the opening ceremony.
Sir Paul McCartney has already been approached to perform at the international event, and according to an insider, McCartney is interested in appearing and performing Beatles music.
It’s less clear what Ringo Starr, the other surviving Beatle, thinks of the idea, but organizers reportedly are trying to get him.
To represent the late George Harrison and John Lennon, their sons may be drafted, the story reports.