Beatles historian Bruce Spizer is among the interviewees in the film discussing the Liverpool band’s influence on music.
FAB FAN MEMORIES – THE BEATLES BOND has been nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award and features interviews with fans telling about their personal Beatles experiences, including our own Bruce Spizer.
Ken Michaels interviews Bruce on his live Beatles Show “Every Little Thing.” Check it out tonight at 8 p.m. EST.
Bruce Spizer answered the questions about George in this May 10, 2011 interview by Sharon Abella.
Local Beatles expert Bruce Spizer’s latest book chronicles the band’s British output
Fab Fourum talk with author Bruce Spizer about his book “Beatles For Sale on Parlophone Records”, and in-depth look at the group’s UK releases.
A newly discovered letter found folded in a book at a Liverpool yard sale has shed new light on the Beatles’ early days, revealing that Paul McCartney offered an audition to a mystery drummer in 1960, just a few days before the band left for a formative two-month gig in Hamburg, Germany.
Bruce will be featured on Chris Carter’s BREAKFAST WITH THE BEATLES on Sirius/XM radio this Sunday, July 31, 2011 at 9 a.m. ET (rebroadcast on August 1 at 12 a.m. ET)
Bruce Spizer talks informally, answering the question he is often asked, “how did you come to write your first book about the Beatles?
Bruce Spizer, a lawyer in New Orleans, began his work as a do-it-yourself Beatles author with a study of the fraught legal relationship between EMI, the Beatles’ British record label, and Vee-Jay, which licensed the group’s early recordings.
In a phone interview with Beatles Examiner, Spizer said the idea for the book came last year from Frank Daniels, co-author (with Perry Cox) of “Price Guide for the Beatles’ American Records,”…