Fancy a peek inside Abbey Road's legendary Studio Two, home to recordings by some of the world's most famous artists including Adele, U2 and, of course, The Beatles?
This month Q has teamed up with London's Abbey Road Studios to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to see Inside Abbey Road: The Best Studio In The World on Saturday 9 March, one of a series of talks in Studio Two by critically-acclaimed authors Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan, along with a generous tab to be enjoyed in the Studios' in-house bar.
The prize also includes the iconic, Airplay®-enabled Zeppelin Air iPod speaker system from Bowers & Wilkins (developed by the team behind the 800 Series Diamond speakers used by engineers in Abbey Road Studios) plus an Abbey Road messenger bag and laptop case.
The Inside Abbey Road: The Best Studio In The World talks take place at Abbey Road Studios on selected dates in March 2013 - tickets on sale now from SeeTickets.com.
To win, simply insert your own comical caption to the above photograph of Rod Stewart taken in 1999 in New York.
And here's the winner for Q318 from Gary Burnett from Cheadle Hulme, Stockport who wins some top notch Yamaha music equipment. "Noel Ramps up anti-Liam security measures."
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10:35 AM | 31/01/2013
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