The Latest (Old) Photo Of George … Or Is It?

At the same time that it has been announced that George Harrison’s first electric guitar, a Hofner Club 40, will be auctioned, a “new” photo of him playing it (above, main photo) has emerged, and is circulating social media. The problem is that none of the Beatles experts of my acquaintance have seen this photo

The Other Hayman’s Green Basement Club … And The Other Quartet

1959 was a very quiet year for The Quarrymen, but the events of that year were also pivotal in the formation of the band that would go on to get a recording contract in three short years, achieve unprecedented national fame in four, and international fame in five. Most of those events took place in

More Important Than Life And Death? Not To The Beatles!

“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don’t like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that.” Bill Shankly – Legendary manager of Liverpool F.C. We are talking here, of course, about Britain’s national sport – the one played with a spherical object, and with