"We're Going to See The Beatles!" Celebrates 10th Anniversary
The ground-breaking oral history of Beatlemania as told to author Garry Berman is celebrating it's 10th year of publication this month and a chance to win a signed copy.
By: Garry Berman
"I have always felt a little odd referring to myself as the 'author' of this book, since most of the words are those of the interviewees, who told me of their first-hand experiences as teens during the Beatlemania era and the years beyond. They are the true stars of the book," says Berman.
Garry Berman interviewed over forty Beatles fans to collect their memories of parties, concerts and other ways they celebrated and interacted with the Fab Four from 1964 until their break-up in 1970. Garry then arranged the stories in chronological order to publish the very first oral history of the Beatles in the U.S. Several other writers have since released similar books, but none have compared to We're Going to See the Beatles!
To honor the 10 year anniversary of his book, Garry is giving away three signed copies of We're Going to See the Beatles! to fans who leave a comment on his blog. Fans can go here to enter: http://garryberman.com/
Garry Berman lives in southern New Jersey with his wife Karen. He has written several other books about pop-culture topics. You can get more information about Garry on his website: http://www.GarryBerman.com
Garry is also available for interviews through is publicist at email@example.com.