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WWL TV Interview

I was interviewed on WWL TV in New Orleans on Monday. I was lucky to get Eric Paulsen, who was a good friend of Fats Domino, doing the interview. He liked the book a lot and gave it a great review. Here is the link to the interview:

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Yes, Virginea, there will be a Beatles Day in New Orleans

Mayor Vic Schiro "OK's" the memo of his secretary, Virginea Burguiere, to proclaim September 16, 1964, Beatles Day in New Orleans.
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NEW ORLEANS GETS READY FOR THE BEATLES

"I've got it on my calendar. Who are those guys again?"

 

The Beatles are penciled into Mayor Schiro's calendar for 8:00 p.m., September 16th at New Orleans City Park, with a notation to "follow up for names" for the Certificates of Honorary New Orleans Citizenship.

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THE BEATLES ARE COMING TO NEW ORLEANS!

Several cities made offers to the Beatles booking agency for the September 16th date on their first tour of the U.S., among them: Miami, Norfolk, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Louisville, Memphis, and Nashville. But the birthplace of rhythm & blues won out!

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