The newest issue of Beatlefan is available, featuring contributions from yours truly and more.
Beatlefan #259 has Tom Frangione’s account of his recent interview with Paul McCartney marking the 40th anniversary of “Tug of War.” Also in the new issue are John Firehammer’s look at The Beatles’ rise to national fame in the U.K., Bill King and Wally Podrazik with thoughts on the recently reissued “Revolver” album, Ken Sharp’s interview with Klaus Voormann about designing the “Revolver” cover, a look how The Beatles became a King family tradition, Joseph Boylan’s 20th anniversary look at George Harrison’s final album, David Persails on The Beatles and Nashville, and Rip Rense making the case for an extended “Get Back” series. Plus, of course, we have the latest news, and reviews of recent books and recordings!
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