Synopses & Reviews
Ticket to Ride tells the Beatles' story like it's never been told before. Larry Kane was the only American reporter to travel to every stop of the Beatles' pathbreaking 1964 and 1965 North American tours, giving him more access to the Beatles than any other member of the U.S. media. Kane joined them everywhere-on the airplane, in their hotel suites and limousines, and backstage-making Ticket to Ride the most detailed and intimate look at the four young Liverpudlian innocents as they were transformed into world-renowned musical legends.
An insider?s look at the world?s first major rock-and-roll tour, Ticket to Ride tells the Beatles? story like it?s never been told before.
? Includes a CD featuring an hour of Kane?s rare interviews with the Beatles
? Features a foreword by Dick Clark
The only American reporter in the official press party on the Beatles' first North American tour shares his original notes and tapes for the first time, providing an intimate look at the Fab Four.
The Beatles' story is told like never before. Larry Kane, the only American reporter in the official press party on their first North American tour, was granted access to their plane, their hotel suites, limousines, and backstage. For the first time, he shares his original notes and tapes, providing an intimate look at the Fab Four. 0-14-303426-X$14.00 / Penguin Group
About the Author
and#160;Larry Kane has been a broadcast journalist for more than forty-five years, thirty-eight of them as an anchorman in Philadelphia. He is an Emmy Award winner and well known for his 1964 and 1965 historic tours with the Beatles.