For George - Home
Title: For George - Home
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For George - Home For George Home Life of George "Bootleg George" on George A Friend's Story Through a Lens A Fan's Story George in Print Shop Tribute For George August 1st 2009 - Exhibition and Concerts TEN YEARS ON - LIVERPOOL REMEMBERS GEORGE - November 29th 2011 Ten Years On - Liverpool Remembers George - 29 November 2011 The Cavern 2013 - 70 Birthday Anniversary Celebrations News Archive Photograph GEORGE HARRISON MBE 25 FEBRUARY 1943 - 29 NOVEMBER 2001 This Site is dedicated to the memory of the one and only George Harrison. He changed many lives through his music, his humour and his philosophy. We know that his influence lives on and that it can still help to change lives. In a stony ground he planted something that can never die. Thank you George. If you have a story or photos that you would like to share please email us at 45 years ago today George did what he had to do to help the Refugees from Bangladesh. GEORGE RECOGNISED AT LIVERPOOL CENTRAL LIBRARY In 2011 For George heard that there were plans afoot to recognise great Liverpudlians at The Central Library in Liverpool which was, at that time, undergoing major renovations. We contacted the Mayor's Office and asked for a Contact at the Library. The Library approached us directly announcing that there were no plans to include George. We wrote to them suggesting why George should be included. To give them their due, they wrote back and said we had made a convincing case and they decided to include George on their Banner of Firsts. Here is a picture taken in 2013 of the section of the Banner in which George is mentioned. CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF THE INCORPORATION OF ISKCON AT BHAKTIVEDANTA MANOR. HARE KRISHNA ?/,5682/ HERE COMES THE SUN ~ I ME MINE Limited to 1000 available now to pre-order. Always in our hearts ~ thank you for the music, the words, the laughter and the inspiration, Today is the Official Date for George's Birth date. 73 years and still as loved as ever. Sorry the video is fuzzy, but nowadays with all the removing of videos for copyright we are lucky to have it. Congratulations Victoria and Aaron and thanks for sending us this :-) "Saint George" ?(an image of our poster and the open door to our Free Exhibition For George 1st August - 31st August 2009 in St. George's Hall, Liverpool) by Mike McGear McCartney at his current Exhibition at St. George's Hall also. Kindly sent to us by a dear Friend of For George.? For a report of our Exhibition and photos Happy 72nd Birthday Anniversary to George :-) For George invites you to Sundar Aarti and Bhojan on George's Appearance Day 25 February 2015 7 a.m. George Harrison Ki Jai. And after you can take a walk around the beautiful Garden for George in the grounds. Tom Petty introduced George at another Award Ceremony just over 20 years ago "It's my guess that he's the only artist on tonight's program who actually changed the world. Hare Krishna." Tom Petty ~ this time 7 February 2015 2015 The Recording Academy presents The Lifetime Achievement Award to George MY SWEET LORD The single "My Sweet Lord" was realeased in the UK on 15 January 1971 ~ it was a life changing tune for many people. The 2000 version was released nearly 31 years later on 14 January 2001. "Even though George passed on from this material world in 2001, his charitable work has continued. In response to an outpouring of emotion by fans and friends, “My Sweet Lord” was re-released in 2002. The profits from that single benefited: Médicins Sans Frontières, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Macmillan Nurses, National Deaf Children’s Society, NSPCC and others." Extract from The Material World Charitable Foundation Founded by George in 1973 George is the only one of The Beatles to have a number 1 twice with the same tune. We celebrated the huge impact of "My Sweet Lord" on our (intermittent) Facebook page and listened to many covers of this wonderful and most beautiful of hymns. A fan of the page sent in a link with his own tribute to the tune ~ following on are some more which are enjoyable and then onto George himself... This site has no connection with the Harrison Estate or any Beatle Company. All material on this and on any past or future For George site is the sole property of For George and the Contributors and reproduction in any form is forbidden without written permission. Create a free website Powered by Create your own free website Start your own free website A surprisingly easy drag & drop site creator. Learn more. ? Whois