By Larry Kane
This is the tale of the Beatles’ harrowing upward thrust to popularity: concentrating on that seven-year stretch from the time the men met as kids to early 1964, while the Fab 4 made their momentous first visual appeal on The Ed Sullivan Show. From the men’ humble beginnings in Liverpool, to the cellars of Hamburg, When They have been Boys comprises tales by no means ahead of advised, together with the heartbreaks and the fortunate breaks.
Included are an eyewitness account of that first assembly among Lennon and McCartney, the interior tale of ways Ringo changed Pete most sensible, an exploration of the bright yet bothered soul of supervisor Brian Epstein, and the true scoop on their disastrous first stopover at to Germany and the dying of Stu Sutcliffe. With a watch for all times in Liverpool throughout the 50’s and 60’s and over sixty five eyewitness debts from these closest to the Beatles, Larry Kane brings to existence the
evolution of the gang that modified tune forever.