Welcome back to Episode 29 of I Saw The Beatles! This week’s special guest is Richard Adler who had the pleasure of his first concert experience being that of seeing the Beatles perform at Carnegie Hall! But that wasn’t all…he went on to see them 3 more times!
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Welcome back to Episode 28 of I Saw The Beatles! This week’s guest is Jim Morin who saw the Beatles on Saturday, September 12, 1964 at Boston Garden.
Welcome back to episode 27 of I Saw The Beatles! Our guest on this episode is Claudia Kilburn of the great Pacific Northwest. Claudia Saw The Beatles play at the Seattle Coliseum in 1964. You can also find her story in the book: We’re Going To See The Beatles by Garry Berman.
Welcome to the 2020 Holiday and Gratitude episode of I Saw The Beatles! There are so many people that have made this podcast a success that I needed an entire episode to thank them all. A special Thank You goes out to Beth Lennon for making all of this possible and to Cliff Hillis for his remarkable intro/outtro music made especially for I Saw The Beatles! And to Amy Hughes for designing our logos!
Welcome back to Episode 25 of I Saw The Beatles! This week’s very special guest is Garry Berman. Garry, like a lot of us, never got to see the Beatles live, but he did interview many people who did and wrote a book about them and their experiences – ‘We’re Going to See the Beatles!’: An Oral History of Beatlemania as Told by the Fans Who Were There
Welcome to Episode 24 of I Saw The Beatles! This weeks intriguing guest is Kathy Bushnell who after seeing the Beatles perform at Shea Stadium was inspired to save up to go invade music with her band Emily Muff. They would play the Royal Albert Hall in London. Listen to her story and then read her book – Em & Moo
Welcome back to Episode 23 of I Saw The Beatles! This weeks amazing guest is Conni Ponturo whose father surprised her with tickets to see the Beatles when she was 10 years old! And ten years ago, when she was working at the Oscars, she had the pleasure of meeting Paul McCartney backstage.
Welcome back to episode 22 of I Saw The Beatles! This week’s special guest is Sibbie O’Sullivan. When Sibbie was a young girl, her friend’s father got tickets to see the dress rehearsal for the Beatles performance on Ed Sullivan in August 1965! Sibbie talks about that experience and about her life mixed with her love of John Lennon. The book is called My Private Lennon: Explorations from a Fan Who Never Screamed.
Welcome back to episode 21 of I Saw The Beatles! This weeks very special guest is on-air personality T Morgan – the father of classic rock radio in Philadelphia and member of the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame. T saw the Beatles in 1966 at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, PA. T wrote a book about his 40+ years as a disc jockey – Confessions of a Teenage Disc Jockey
Welcome back to episode 20 of I Saw The Beatles. This week is part 2 of our conversation with Ruth McCartney…step-sister to Sir Paul McCartney. Ruth talks about growing up within the McCartney family and how she adapted. For more information about Ruth McCartney, go to: www.McCartney.com