LONDON (KTRK) --Money can't buy me love, but a well-written Airbnb post could win you a night with Grammy-winning producer Mark Ronson at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios.
The studio where The Beatles recorded from 1962 to 1970, where artists from Pink Floyd to Adele and the soundtracks for "Star Wars" and "Lord of the Rings" were recorded.
To win, you need to visit the Airbnb listing by October 6 and tell them about a song "you feel passionate about that was recorded at Abbey Road and why you would have loved to have been there."
Did Revolution make you feel like everything was going to be alright? Did Blackbird help you take your broken wings and fly? Your response could win you and three guests a stay in Studio 3 on the night of October 15.
Airbnb have been ramping up the experiential side of their offering of late, running a high-profile Live Like a Local campaign, and hosting showstopping sleepovers everywhere from the Paris Catacombs to the Great Barrier Reef.
Last month it celebrated the opening of the Sonos Listening Room at the Brooklyn branch of Rough Trade by offering a limited number of record-store sleepovers for vinyl junkies keen to live out their "High Fidelity" or "Empire Records" fantasies.