Stephen Y. Landry - BEATLES DAY IN NEW ORLEANS

Please join us on the 55th anniversary of the Beatles 1964 New Orleans City Park concert for the launch of  Steven Y. Landry's new book, BEATLES DAY IN NEW ORLEANS.

On September 16, 1964, the Beatles made the twenty second stop of their first North American tour in New Orleans. It was a day unequaled in Beatles—and New Orleans—history. Author Steven Y. Landry takes an in-depth look at the intertwined melodies of New Orleans and the lads from Liverpool through the lens of their historic 1964 performance. With a focus on the New Orleans artists that inspired the band, most notably Fats Domino, Landry offers a comprehensive overview of this momentous day through the eyes of a true fan. This meticulous look at the unique relationship between the band and the city combines original photographs, first-hand accounts, and documents including the paperwork giving the mayor’s OK to allow the performance.

Steven Y. Landry is a lawyer and lifelong Baton Rouge res-ident who grew up in the ’60s listening to New Orleans AM radio stations. Over thirty years of legal experience allowed this Beatles fan to further explore his passion for music through diligent research.

 

Event date: 

Monday, September 16, 2019 - 6:00pm

Event address: 

Octavia Books - 513 Octavia Street - New Orleans, LA 70115
Beatles Day in New Orleans Cover Image
$27.95
ISBN: 9781455625093
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Pel - July 19th, 2019

On September 16, 1964, the Beatles performed in New Orleans' City Park. The city already played a large role in the music of the Fab Four, with John Lennon first hearing a New Orleans R&B record in 1956.


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