The Beatles: Fab But True

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Join author Doug Wolfberg for a discussion on little-known pieces of history concerning The Beatles in his book “The Beatles: Fab but True.” His book examines 16 discrete stories about the Beatles that range from the merely unreal to the cosmically coincidental. Unlike the countless other Beatles books that have been written over the decades, “The Beatles: Fab But True” does a deep dive into some of the lesser-known—but more remarkable— aspects of the lives and career of the Fab Four and their numerous and colorful associates and colleagues. The author will delve into stories such as How a lucky bet on a longshot racehorse helped birth the Beatles, How a drum salesman and a partially disabled signwriter created the enduring Beatles logo, How the Beatles battled racial segregation in the South and played the first integrated concert at the Gator Bowl, and more!

Doug Wolfberg is a musician, author, professor, and attorney who combines disciplined forensic research and sparkling storytelling with a lifelong love of the Beatles. He visited the places where the Beatles' history unfolded and interviewed people who were there when it happened. He lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Tina, their adopted dog, Lucy, and an assortment of rescued cats who are not easily impressed.