kenny starr

When you a wrestling fangirl - Problem #3568578
Me: Now that Finn’s back, I am 100% all Bálor girl! 😍😍😍

Kenny Omega: Excuse me?! You see.. this is where you are wrong.
Marty Scurll: *evil laughs* WRONG! WutWut!
Matt Riddle: tss… Wrong, bro lol
Aleister Black: *creepy stare* …..
BT Gunn: Cheers dude (:
David Starr: *winks*
Adam Cole: *blows kiss*
Alex Gracie: *pulls his trunks down*
Zack Sabre Jr: *just appears*

Me:

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“He consistently came up with new ideas that always seemed perfect for the song, but it wasn’t just a matter of him picking a basic beat for a song, because lots of drummers could do that. Ringo definitely had the right kind of personality and creative ideas for The Beatles music. You will rarely find a Beatles song without something noticeable that Ringo played or didn’t play.” - Kenny Aronoff, Modern Drummer magazine, Oct. 1987

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The Beatles rehearsing for and appearing live on Top Of The Pops, and posing for publicity photographs, BBC Television Centre, London, 16 June 1966.

Photos © Mark and Colleen Hayward, Mirrorpix, Robert Whitaker, Chris Walter/WireImage, Cummings Archives, Ron Howard, Getty Images

“The more fame and that we got, the more people who came about to see us, and it got into the time when there was just thousands of girls everywhere and everybody making a noise, and so that nobody could hear us anyway. So over the last two years nobody’s heard us on stage, so consequently, our performances have deteriorated to such an extent now that, you know, really our stage shows are terrible. But, you know, they can’t hear it, and we can’t hear it, and that’s why it’s terrible.” - George Harrison in an interview with Kenny Everett, c. August 1966 [x]

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19 May 1967 - Forty-eight years ago today, the press launch for the album ’Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band" was held at the home of manager, Brian Epstein in Belgravia, London.  Photo Sources: (top) Beatle Photo Blog. (bottom) Twitter

“George Harrison had earlier invited Kenny (Everett) round to his bungalow in Esher to listen to the acetate of the album along with some top producers. "He put it on the gramophone, and we all sat around and this thing started and blew us away, we were completely gone and on another planet. It was a quantum leap, and we thought, music can stop right here, nobosy is ever going to produce anything better than this, so all musicians can go back to bed now. It was the best thing we ever heard! And George said ‘It’s quite good isn’t it?’ ..” -excerpt from “Hello, Darlings!: The Authorized Biography of Kenny Everett” by James Hogg, Robert Sellers