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Thursday, November 21, 2019
PRESS PHOTO BY DANA GRUBBRock historian and Beatles scholar Vinnie Bruno explains how the Beatles finally broke into the American market with “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” Bruno wove a variety of personal experiences, anecdotal stories and historical facts into one of the most comprehensive learning experiences any Beatles’ fan could enjoy. PRESS PHOTO BY DANA GRUBBRock historian and Beatles scholar Vinnie Bruno explains how the Beatles finally broke into the American market with “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” Bruno wove a variety of personal experiences, anecdotal stories and historical facts into one of the most comprehensive learning experiences any Beatles’ fan could enjoy.
Beatles scholar Vinnie Bruno used a series of images to take his listeners through the memorable years when the Beatles led the British Invasion of the American music scene and ruled the radio airwaves with a series of number one singles and albums. Beatles scholar Vinnie Bruno used a series of images to take his listeners through the memorable years when the Beatles led the British Invasion of the American music scene and ruled the radio airwaves with a series of number one singles and albums.
In 1966 the Beatles stopped touring after their concert in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Bruno explained that songs from their “Revolver” album were not even played during the 1966 tour because they couldn’t play them the way that they had been recorded. In 1966 the Beatles stopped touring after their concert in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Bruno explained that songs from their “Revolver” album were not even played during the 1966 tour because they couldn’t play them the way that they had been recorded.

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