There's nothing that excites an old Beatlemaniac waiting for the Beatles to ignite the Apocalypse of Love than hearing about a Beatles reunion - even if it is just speculation about the four sons of the four horsemen getting together. (See my other Beatle-related posts.) Per this Guardian UK article: A Beatles reunion might be impossible, but music fans may yet get to see Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starkey on stage together, because the Beatles' sons have mooted the idea of starting a band. At first, it seemed like a joke. "What would you say to forming the Beatles – the Next Generation," BBC News' Ian Youngs asked James McCartney. But the young McCartney gave a surprisingly genuine response, revealing he had already discussed the concept "a little bit" with some of his fellow Fab Four heirs.
Once again for your pleasure, here's my video about going to see them twice in person in 1964: