We get research e-mails all.the.time. A lot of the research is based on Google searches. Instead of saying it’s the “most searched” something, it’s the “most popular” something. I get it. I’m not here to split hairs, until now: What are Michigan’s most popular Beatles songs? I’m sorry, Google, but I beg to differ.
This is a Friendly Beatles’ Songs Discussion – Peace and Love
To be clear, I’m not here to crap on any Beatles songs. I’m actually here to celebrate Global Beatles Day (June 25th). Global Beatles Day is a day to celebrate Beatles’ music and their messages of peace and love. That doesn’t mean every song had that message, but a lot of them did.
On June 25th, 1967, The Beatles performed the song “All You Need Is Love” on the BBC’s Our World Program. This program was designed to show how our world could communicate using satellite technology. Contributions from 18 countries comprised the 120-minute program. As part of the UK’s contribution, the Beatles performed (for the first time) “All You Need Is Love,” a song that John Lennon wrote for the program. The program was viewed on 170 million televisions around the world.
The Beatles wanted a natural concert setting for the song so they invited some friends. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Keith Moon, and Grahm Nash were among the attendees (from nightswithAliceCooper.com) Now back to my previous scheduled question:
What Would You Say is Michigan’s Most Popular Beatles Song?
According to greatlakesstakes.com these are the most popular Beatles songs (based on Google searches).