October 1, 2013
First Thursday with Joe, New Time

Attention Beatle Brunch Fans:  EVERYONE’S INVITED to a BBC Chat, Thursday Night, October 3rd at 8 PM Eastern Time.

This Thursday night (within the next 48 hours, that's closer than 2 catfish in a skillet) Go to BrunchRadio.com and click on the HOME PAGE Live Chat Banner - Enter your nickname and the door will open to The BBC Chat Room. Please join in the fun and conversation.

All Together Now, 1-2-3-4! Including Beatle Brunch host Joe Johnson at the Cavern in 1995 with Sue Walker, Teresa Dankoski and Cindy Cannon.

Things He Said Today
By Joe Johnson, Beatle Brunch Host

Happy Rocktober Beatles fans.  Of course, nobody rocked October like The Beatles, with the release of their first single on Parlaphone, “Love Me Do”, 51 years ago this week, October 5th, 1962. We’ll be celebrating all things October in The Beatles career on our October 20th show, just a few days after Paul’s “New” CD comes out.
Now let’s look back, but let’s not Slowdown at ’62, let’s Get Back to 1957, to the first time The Beatles played the Cavern Club in Liverpool, because I’ve got a plan: We can all literally own a piece of Beatle history.  The word on the walk is that The Cavern is on the block, that’s Beatles For Sale if you’ve just joined me. See, The Beatles played the Cavern 292 times, beginning August 7, 1957, till August 3, 1963, when they made their final visit to the Cavern stage.  It’s hallowed ground.
Technically, though, it’s not the actual Cavern. The famed rock n’ roll hole was filled in to make way for British Railroad in 1973. Then in 1982 the brainiacs in Liverpool saw the need to restore their history, but had to settle for re-assembling the Cavern a hundred yards away.  So it’s not really the real cavern. The asking price?  £1 million (roughly $1.6 million American dollars).  That being the case, they shouldn’t mind if we pay with “not real” money as well. Just follow my instructions: break out your Beatles Monopoly games and send me all your hundreds. We’ll have enough to party down there till it’s 2 thousand and late.  Stay tuned Beatle Peetles.
EnCHATed For Pete's Sake

One of the BEST Beatle Brunch Chats ever! It  took place a few weeks ago in The Beatle Brunch Club, and if you weren't there, well then you missed Pete Best at his best. It was a thrill having a real Beatle spend an hour on line with Brunchers from places all over the world - Canada, The UK, Sweden and the good ol' USA. Joining Pete on the keyboard was brother Roag and together they answered a liberal dose of prying, perhaps a few awkward questions, but most importantly Pete was there having fun in his humbly cool, thoughtful and revealing fashion.
Pete and Roag called us afterward to say how much they enjoyed the Chat and they were pleased to find Pete Best fans fondly recalling his spot in Beatles' history.
Visit BeatleBrunch.com LETTERS and read BBC'er, Ed Hartnett's reaction to The BBC Chat.
Meet Pete in Cancun, 2014 and listen to a special message from Angela at MusicInMocean.com GO TO The Beatles Invasion 50 Years Later
Macca Rocks it "NEW" on JKL
By Joe Johnson, Beatle Brunch Host

Closing down Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles is usually reserved for a guy in a Batman costume clobbering a guy in a Spider Man suit, but Monday night, September 23rd, Jimmy Kimmel Live closed it for a Beatle in a “New” costume. Sir Paul McCartney played to several thousand fans and millions more on national television, when he joined Kimmel for his first appearance on the hit ABC show.
Paul joined Jimmy for the open to throngs of screaming fans. As he and Jimmy looked down on the frantic crowd, Kimmel professed, “they really love me”.  The love, love, love carried over to the third segment of the show when Paul joined Jimmy at the desk to chat about his earliest job (riding 2nd man in a lorry), writing his first song with John (“I Saw Her Standing There”), and talking about how hard it was to get a date in the pre-Beatle days. Paul reminisced about Beatlemania in L.A. in 1964. Jimmy reminded him that they met Elvis that year, but stood corrected by Paul who told Kimmel, “you’re telling me that from research, I’m telling you from memory”. The correct year, of course, was 1965 in Bel Air. Paul proved his memory is not almost full, as he told another story about attending dance parties with George, hoping to dance with girls. He DID however, get the street dancing when he launched into 14 tunes,  two of which made it on the broadcast, “New” and “Lady Madonna”.
Paul is set to appear on a live session for BBC Radio 6 on October 16th as part of the “6 Music Live at Maida Vale” series. Paul’s “New” CD, “New” comes out October 15th.  Here’s the color artwork, just released and Paul playing “New” live in L.A.
NEW Track List
Macca's album deluxe package will include two additional brand new studio recordings.

Standard and Deluxe both include:

1. Save Us (produced by Paul Epworth)
2. Alligator (produced by Mark Ronson)
3. On My Way To Work (produced by Giles Martin)
4. Queenie Eye (produced by Paul Epworth)
5. Early Days (produced by Ethan Johns with additional production by Giles Martin)
6. New (produced by Mark Ronson with additional production by Giles Martin)
7. Appreciate (produced by Giles Martin)
8. Everybody Out There (produced by Giles Martin)
9. Hosanna (produced by Ethan Johns)
10. I Can Bet (produced by Giles Martin)
11. Looking At Her (produced by Giles Martin)
12. Road (produced by Paul Epworth)

Deluxe includes bonus tracks:

13. Turned Out (produced by Ethan Johns with additional production by Giles Martin)
14. Get Me Out Of Here (produced by Giles Martin)

France Honors a Starr
Article Submitted By Frank Branchini

All Stand for the intro of All You Need Is Love - Love.  According to Agence France-Presse, Ringo Starr has joined one of the art world's most exclusive clubs after being appointed a Commander of France's Order of Arts and Letters.
Two of Ringo's paintings are featured at an exhibition in Monaco.  The world famous drummer was handed the award Tuesday by France's ambassador Hugues Moret.

Our Beatle Brunch Shining Starr joins an elite club in the company of Chinese film director Wong Kar Wai, Scottish actor Sean Connery, singer David Bowie and the late Irish poet Seamus Heaney.
The award ceremony took place in front of the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco, which is holding an exhibition that showcases the hidden passion for art of famous people now including Ringo Starr.

"I'm a drummer, but I can do other things. Like painting, living, breathing," the 73-year-old quipped while posing for photos in front of the museum, which coincidentally has on display an old, bright yellow submarine. En Garde, Ritchie!

More BBC EZ Winning

THIS JUST IN: Universal Music and Joe J. make it possible for Beatle Brunch listeners to win the new, On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2.  Please stay tuned to The Brunch for more details. It will be released Monday, November 11, 2013 in 2-CD and 180-gram vinyl packages with a 48-page booklet. On Air’s 63 tracks, none of which overlaps with The Beatles’ first BBC release, include 37 previously unreleased performances and 23 previously unreleased recordings of in-studio banter and conversation between the band’s members and their BBC radio hosts.
Ten of On Air’s songs were never recorded by the group for EMI in the 1960s, including two making their debuts with the new release: The Beatles’ direct-to-air performance of Chuck Berry’s “I’m Talking About You” and a rocking cover of the standard “Beautiful Dreamer.” On Air also includes different versions of six rarities heard on the 1994 BBC collection: Little Richard’s “Lucille,” Chuck Berry’s “Memphis, Tennessee,” Chan Romero’s “The Hippy Hippy Shake,” Ray Charles’ “I Got A Woman,” and two songs they learned from records by Carl Perkins, “Glad All Over” and “Sure To Fall.”
BBC'ers read Tee Eff's "Do It Yourself" review of On Air - Live at The BBC Volume 2 - visit ARTICLES
Beatlemania - Lowest Rate Ever

Beatle Brunch featured many Beatles themed cruises over the last 12 years or more, but never has there been a 50 year commemoration, or a gig that comes with such an incredibly low cost. Now the only excuse for not attending The Beatles Invasion - 50 Years Later has to be that you're allergic to Tequila. Think about it and picture this: The date - February 5th thru 10th, 2014; The location - a luxury, 5 star property on the pristine beaches of the Caribbean Sea; dine all day and night if you wish at your choice of 8 fabulous restaurants; drink to your heart's (or liver's) content - cocktails, beer, wine, all soft drinks and juices, a bevy of beverages. And "The Coup 'da' Grass" - a Motherload of live music by your favorite performers; with authors and other famous personalities you know and love. 

You can experience all this at the low cost of $1,399 per person - THAT'S ONLY $280 PER DAY
. Definitely NOT Motel 6, a bag of potato chips and your iTunes! We're talkin' time for you to get serious and pamper yourself. Zone in on the value and realize that you ain't gonna take it with you, so you might as well have a whole lotta fun in the middle of Winter, be warm, relax and enjoy the good life with all your BeatleBuds. 

Angela, from Music In M'Ocean and Cruise Planners has the details - listen to her interview with JoeJ. Visit The Beatles Invasion 50 Years Later. Then GO TO MusicInMocean.com and book this FABulous all-inclusive land package complete with VIP Backstage Passes OR CALL 877-291-1952.

Believe 1964 in 2014

A Beatle Brunch Exclusive Release.  Mark your calendar, February 15, 2014, and spend the weekend with 1964 - The Tribute at the Deauville Beach Resort in Miami Beach, Florida.  Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles' Ed Sullivan performance - A Strut Production. 

Rolling Stone called them "The Best Beatles Tribute on Earth." 1964 will perform in the Napoleon Ballroom on the same stage as the Beatles did Many Years Ago!

Special hotel rates are available, as well as tickets to the show and banquet. 
For Details Call, 970-948-6151 - e-mail: skyisle@sopris.net - Visit DeauvilleBeachResort.com

The Milkman
An Excerpt from When They Were Boys by Larry Kane

The milkman was a dreamer. Without his dreams, the band might have never been.
The sun’s rays, on a lucky day, are making their way through the rooftops of Liverpool. The solitary figure moves quietly over the sidewalks, dropping off the fresh milk at his appointed rounds. He is hungry and, as always in the morning hours, filled with anxiety, a smidge of anger, and a touch of day- dreaming—the kind of fantastic dreams that fill us with hope as teenagers. Chances are that he is thinking about music and creating a reasonable amount of mayhem during the day ahead.
In young John Lennon’s mind, the milk delivery is a necessary means to an end, a few extra pounds, a purchase here or there of American records, a chance to chart his future, undaunted and barely affected by the doubts of the adults in his life. Above and beyond everything he was—friend, lover, son, nephew, brother, student, milkman—he was an incessant dreamer and devilish manipulator. His small, piercing eyes—whether as an infant in diapers, a late teen in a black leather jacket, a young star on tour from 1964 through 1966, or a worldwide icon— always told you the story.

Beatle Brunch Remembers John's Birthday, October 9, 1940

The original air date of this Halloween OBS from 1993 features 'Press Conferences' and you might think your heard a recent show with the same name - possibly so, but this program was the first production of its kind, now it's exclusively available for Beatle Brunch Club Members. Please join The Club and meet all your BeatleBuds who can say they've been with us from the start. These Old Brown Shows and Beatle Brunch On Demand are only a few cool goodies that keep us sayin' we'll be together every day. All visitors of BrunchRadio.com can listen to a Classic Clip or two, or all 8! You may even pick up several 'Top 10 Points' by playing them and if you do we hope you'll want more of those days when Joe brought Beatle Brunch into your life - He didn't know what he would find there; another road where maybe he could see another kind of mind there.
Join The Beatle Brunch Club and Live The Culture!


BBC Tees by PostFab

The October BBC Winner is Debby Dobbins from North Carolina and she'll select a cool Beatle Brunch Tee from the special collection of PostFab Tees found at BrunchRadio.com SPOTLIGHT.

Uncle Dan, the creator of these slick togs with the very cool graphics, delights Beatles' fans across the universe with his ipso facto PostFab gear.

So tell your Auntie Gin she's got some competition, open the door and let 'em in.  

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