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Legendary Beatle Locations For The Day Tripper

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MUSIC

192 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Hardcover

Hardcover, $19.99 (US $19.99) (CA $31.28)

Publication Date: October 2022

ISBN 9781637610114

Not yet published. Ships 10/1/2022.
 

Overview

Angie McCartney was part of the inner circle of Fab Fourdom in Liverpool in the '60s, and as the step-mother to Sir Paul she has had many interactions with rockstars and royalty, pop stars and presidents, and they all have one thing in common... they're Beatle fans. Now that Beatle Tourism is a burgeoning industry, Angie's travel-size book takes you down memory lane to Penny Lane and 85+ other points of interest on the long and winding road. You'll be directed to spots in the Mop Top maps of Liverpool, London, Hamburg, New York and Los Angeles, you'll discover nuggets and stories to satisfy the day tripper in you! The book also features SmartBook® technology from McCartney Multimedia, and by scanning the QR codes with your smart-phone, you'll be transported to a destination of fascination online, with links to tours, maps, trivia, videos, much more information than we can fit in a postcard sized book, and a deeper dive into these tourist locations and their magical history. We hope you travel safely and create memories for a lifetime as in these legendary locations, a splendid time is guaranteed for all.

Author Biography

Angela Lucia McCartney was born in Liverpool UK in November of 1929. She married her first husband Eddie in 1956, and daughter Ruth was born in February 1960. Sadly, Angie was widowed in ‹62, and then in ‘64, her old friends Mike and Bette introduced her to their Uncle Jim McCartney. They married that November and spent 12 loving years together, with Angie and Ruth at his side when he passed over to the great tea dance in the sky in March of 1976. Angie has lived through WW2, widowhood (twice), the 2020 Pandemic and many crazy times in the past, including celebrating the nnouncements of #1 chart hits with friend and frequent house-guest John Lennon over breakfast (and tea) at Rembrandt, the Liverpool home in the 60’s. Today, she’s as feisty as ever and runs an online organic tea company, Mrs. McCartney’s Teas and a fruit wine / cocktail mixer company Mrs. McCartney’s Wines. This is her third book following 2013’s My Long and Winding Road and 2019’s Your Mother Should Know.