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7 John Lennon news updates
« on: November 07, 2013, 01:26:38 AM »

Lennon in Bermuda app delayed (update)


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New book " Tune in The Beatles after all These Years" reveals Lennon never forced to choose between mum and dad

50 Years Ago Today John Lennon Tells Royals: “…just rattle your jewelry”


New book "Tune in The Beatles after all These Years" reveals Lennon never forced to choose between mum and dad

Acclaimed Beatles historian and author Mark Lewisohn broke so much new ground about the Beatles with his new book     " Tune In The Beatles After all These Years"  during his appearance Friday evening Nov 1st at the San Francisco Bloomingdale store, that it seemed the earth shook and in fact the floor felt like it was moving during his talk.His research is extraordinary because he was able to get access to and interview many individuals who knew the Beatles from the early sixties who had never been interviewed before and were unknown to Beatles fans; unfortunately, many of those interviewed by Lewisohn for the very first time have now died, so their stories are being told for the very first time like Pat Moran, the Beatles first fan, and Neil Aspinall.Another important figure was Billy Hall, who was a close mate of Alf Lennon, John's father, because Hall witnessed what really happened when little five year old John Lennon was staying with his father Alf at Hall's parents' house in Blackpool, and then was taken back to Liverpool by his mum, Julia. Author Mark Lewisohn tracked Hall down in New Zealand and travelled all the way to New Zealand just to be able to interview Billy Hall who passed away recently in August 2013.Mark's next appearance in the US will be at the upcoming Fest for Beatles Fans in New York City, February 7-9, 2013 which will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles visit to the US.

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